The President-elect, Bola Tinubu, would have the most challenging job in the world to manage, according to the Northern Elders Forum, also known as NEF.
NEF spokesperson Hakeem Baba-Ahmed predicted that Tinubu will have numerous difficulties.
The All Progressives Congress, APC, candidate Tinubu, who received the most votes, was declared the winner of the just-ended presidential election.
On May 29, Tinubu would take the oath of office as president following his victory.
Baba-Ahmed noted that Tinubu has difficulties gaining the confidence of resentful People.
The president who will be inaugurated on May 29 will have the hardest job in the world to handle, Baba-Ahmed stated in his weekly column.
“His greatest obstacle will be gaining trust. No leader, anywhere, can accomplish anything worthwhile unless he or she can convince enough people that he or she respects them and has their best interests at heart.
“Buhari will leave no foundations behind, thus the next president will have to lay his own foundations of decent and accountable governance,”