Muhammadu Buhari, the President of Nigeria, has honoured his predecessor, Goodluck Jonathan.
He honoured Jonathan by naming a federal government building after him.
The Nigerian leader on Tuesday virtually commissioned three bridges, three secretariats and one road project undertaken by his administration.
The Federal Government built secretariats in Anambra, Bayelsa and Zamfara states to cut expenditures on rent for office spaces.
Buhari said the structures would “reduce the cost of governance by bringing federal civil servants under one roof for efficient service delivery.”
The new buildings are Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan Federal Secretariat in Yenagoa, Ebele Okeke Federal Secretariat in Awka, and Malam Yahaya Gusau Federal Secretariat in Gusau.
The President said making infrastructure development a key point of focus in his administration was deliberate “to create wealth and make poverty alleviation easier.”