Former Nigerian military Head of State, General Ibrahim Babangida, has said history will judge him for his service to Nigeria, stressing that he served the country to the best of his ability.
Babangida said his greatest achievement was to know more about the country and make friends of different ethnicity.
Addressing journalists at his Hilltop residence in Minna, Niger State, the former head of state, however, admitted to adopting enforcement and dialogue as leadership styles.
“Number one is that I served the country the best I could.
“It may not be to your satisfaction but to the best that I could; I leave that to history to judge.
“I related fairly well with the people of the country. I had no problem with them and I got to know the country more as I was well travelled.
“I made friends all over the country and I thought that was one of the greatest achievements.”