Former president Olusegun Obasanjo on Thursday handed over a report of a strategic development plan to the president-elect Muhammadu Buhari.
The reports contained templates of agenda made for the president-elect to assist him in rapidly achieving the objectives of his incoming government.
Top on the list were Education, Power sector, Economy, Security and Infrastructure.
The development followed a research work embarked upon by the Centre for Human Security of the Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library on major social challenges facing Nigeria 4 months ago.
At the event which took place at the Buhari Support Organization, BSO’s office in Abuja, the chairman, governing board of the Centre for Human Security of Obasanjo Presidential Library, Professor Akin Mabogunje said the report contained policy documents that would help the president-elect restructure Nigeria, revealing that Buhari was full of thanks for the documents.
He said: “Centre for Human Security of the Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Liberary has being working on a number of critical issues for the development of this country and they have now sent a delegation of those who’ve been involved with the preparation of those policy documents to talk to the president-elect and get him to appreciate what is being done to help his administration. That’s why we are here.
“We’ve looked at education, security, economy, power and Infrastructure. Those are the areas we’ve made recommendations and which we hope the new administration will be able to work on.
“He (Buhari) was very happy that we’ve been thinking about how to help him hit the ground running and he expressed his appreciation for what we’ve been doing.”
Giving details of the reports, Dr. Kolade explained the long, medium and short terms goals of the report.
According to him, the strategic plan hoped to raise the country’s power generation to 10,000 MW within a short period of time.