President Buhari Spotted Driving A Tractor In Jos, Plateau State (Photos)

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President Muhammadu Buhari was spotted on Friday afternoon, driving a tractor in Jos, as Governor Simon Lalong and Audu Ogbeh, looked on in admiration.
 

Buhari inaugurating the tractor

President Muhammadu Buhari, who arrived in Jos, the capital of Plateau state, on Thursday for a 2-day working visit, has been captured on camera, driving a tractor on Friday while inaugurating the state tractor ownership scheme.

The Governor of the state, Simon Lalong and minister of Agriculture, Audu Ogbeh, were among the dignitaries who looked at the President in admiration while he is driving the tractor.

The president is due to return to Abuja later on Friday.

Below are some pictures of the president inaugurating the scheme:

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