The Northern Elders Forum, NEF, has said the President-elect, Bola Tinubu, would have the most difficult job in the world to handle.
Hakeem Baba-Ahmed, the spokesperson of NEF, said Tinubu would have a lot of challenges to tackle.
Tinubu, who was the candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, emerged winner of the just-concluded presidential election after polling the highest votes.
Following his victory, Tinubu would be sworn-in as President on May 29.
However, Baba-Ahmed said Tinubu faces challenges in the area of winning the trust of aggrieved Nigerians.
Writing in his weekly column, Baba-Ahmed wrote: “The President to be sworn-in on May 29 will have the most difficult job to handle in the world.
“His biggest challenge will be to win some trust. No leader anywhere can achieve anything of value unless he can get enough citizens to believe that he means well, and he respects them.
“The next president will have to build his own foundations of good and accountable government, because Buhari will leave none behind.”