Garba said the president's decision was a response to "the clamor by Nigerians to recontest in 2019".
"These investment ventures will lay the foundation for the next 20 years production and domestic gas supply, bringing with it all the attendant benefits both to the economy and the wider society".
Fayose, who described President Buhari's government as a failed one, also said the citizens do not need a grandpa to lead them any longer.
Abduljalal Mu'azu, another resident, also expressed optimism that if Buhari wins a second term, the country's situation might improve.
According to NAN, some of the youth expressed optimism that Buhari would be able to complete the development projects that he has started.
"And I want to assure you that by the grace of God, Mohammadu Buhari will become president the second time", he said.
Enang said Nigerians were eager and yearning for him to continue in office to deliver good governance and dividends of democracy to the people. It has never happened but under Buhari N-Power it happened.
"Through this, he has provided jobs for 200,000 families spread across the length and breadth of Nigeria".
"Government is still processing the employment of 300, 000 more graduates to make it 500, 000, this has never happened".
"In 2017 alone, the Buhari government spent N255 billion on those subject matters; transport, works and housing".
He explained that extremely corrupt Nigerians who are custodians of slush funds stolen from Nigeria, and hiding in United Kingdom or are resident cronies of such elements, have colluded to form a league of protesters with a singular aim of distracting and disorganising the scheduled state visit of the President to England, for bilateral talks with Prime Minister Theresa May and other dignitaries.
"Buhari lost in 2015 during the presidential election in Nasarawa where APC was the ruling party".