He lauded the president for ensuring continuity of infrastructure development projects initiated by his predecessors.
He said the projects were designed to provide modern air, sea, rail and road transportation networks for ease of doing businesses, reduce poverty, creat jobs and enhance wealth creation.
Mohammed said that power and housing project initiatives would also address energy crisis, enhance stable power supply and provide decent houses to tackle housing deficit in the country.
According to him, the Buhari administration has executed about 5,000 kilometers of roads through the Presidential Infrastructure Development Fund and SUKUK Bond.
The gesture, he said, would encourage investment, revamp industries and improved public service delivery to fast track sustainable social and economic development in the country.
He listed some of the projects to include the 2nd Niger Bridge; Lagos–Ibadan Expressway, East-West Road, Abuja-Kaduna–Kano Expressway, Gombe –Yola Road, Kano – Maiduguri Expressway and Kirfi – Gombe Road.
Mohammed said that some of the projects had been completed and inaugurated while others were at various stages of completion.
On rail sector, Mohammed listed the Kaduna – Abuja, Lagos – Kano, Warri – Itakpe, Lagos -Portharcourt standard gauge lines as well as Kano – Maradi Rail line in Niger Republic.
The AKK project on completion would saw an incremental 4,000MW of generating assets to the power sector, he said.
Mohammed said the Zungeru and Kashimbila Hydro Power Plants were designed to complement systemic reforms and investments in the distribution and transmission segments of the electricity value chain.
The analyst said, the country under the stewardship of Muhammadu Buhari also achieved giant leap in energy infrastructure development with signing of agreements on expanding gas supply to other African member states.
TSGP; also known as NIGAL pipeline and Trans-African gas pipeline is a planned natural gas pipeline from Nigeria to Algeria.
The gigantic project is seen as an opportunity to diversify the European Union’s gas supplies.
“Not to forget the infrastructure development in tertiary institutions across the country funded by Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund),” he said.
Mohammed said the projects were visible and incontrovertible assets in proof of what Nigeria’s resources were invested in.
He, however, urged the Federal Government to complete all ongoing projects before the expiration of the tenure of President Buhari in 2023.
Also, Maryam Ibrahim and Babangida Muhammad, residents of Dutse in Jigawa, lauded the Nigerian government over its commitment to the infrastructure development in the country.
Muhammad noted tat the feat achieved in road infrastructure enhance transportation services as well as ease movement of goods and services across the country.
He advocated for practical measures to ensure rehabilitation and maintainance of the structures, and urged Nigerians to protect national assets in their respective communities.