This was contained in a statement issued on Saturday by Buhari’s Head of Media Team, Garba Shehu.
The statement said that the Code of Conduct Bureau on Friday acknowledged the submission of the two leaders’ assets declaration forms.
The forms, the statement said, were submitted separately on May 28 and signed for by the organisation’s Chairman, Sam Saba.
It said: “President Buhari’s Declarant ID was given as: ‘President: 000001/2015′.
“The Nigerian Constitution states in Chapter VI Section 140, that a person elected to the office of President shall not begin to perform the functions of that office until he has declared his assets and liabilities as prescribed in the Constitution.”
By declaring their assets, the statement said that President Buhari and Vice President Osinbajo may have not only fulfilled the requirements of the Nigerian Constitution, but also fulfilled the first of their many campaign promises.
It noted that while seeking election into the highest office in the land, the President had promised Nigerians that he would publicly declare his assets as soon as he took over government.
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