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President Buhari Holds Talks With British PM May

17 April 2018

Saying wicked people plundered the country, "and kept Nigerians poor", the President added that looking at the condition in which the current administration met the country, without savings and the economy badly vandalized, "we have not done too badly".

Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari, a 75-year-old former military ruler who took office in 2015, last week announced that he will seek a second term in elections next year.

He said, "People ought to know how they arrived where they are, if they would move forward". "We have elections next year, politicians are already pre-occupied with the polls, but I am bothered more about security and the economy", the president said.

The party said: "President Buhari should inform other world leaders that due to the harsh economic policies and gross incompetence of his administration, our once robust economy, internationally rated as one of the fasted growing in the world and one of the best investment destinations, collapsed in his hands and went into a recession; that infrastructure are collapsing and that all sectors of public and private lives are now in a shambles. I assure you that your confidence in us won't be abused; we will do our best to justify it", Buhari said.

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At the meeting, both Presidents are expected to discuss various issues including the war against terrorism and economic growth. I made the case during the Climate Change Summit in France.

Buhari said recharging of the lake would reduce the number of youths coming to Europe to increase social problems. We brought back about 4,000 people from Libya recently.

He was forced to write a letter to the African Union telling them that he "profoundly respects" the United States' partnership with Africa.

May was said to have promised that Britain would continue to work with Nigeria in the areas of training and equipping the military.

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She also noted: "Good grounding in education is good".

"It is also a good bastion and defence against modern slavery".

"Stability at home is important to curb illegal migration".

May, who observed that President Buhari has been doing much to improve trade and business for Nigeria, said it was also time to boost intra-commonwealth trade.

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President Buhari Holds Talks With British PM May