Published: Tue, April 17, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Laurence Reese

Trump To Host Buhari At The White House On April 30th

Trump To Host Buhari At The White House On April 30th

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".

In a odd divination over the weekend, an Abuja-based prophet has prophesied that power minister, Babatunde Raji Fashola, not President Muhammadu Buhari, will emerge Nigeria's president in 2019.

Recalling that Nigeria and Britain have a long history of cooperation on several fronts, President Buhari stated: "People ought to know how they arrived where they are, if they would move forward".

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He said unlike other Nigerian politicians who are already working towards the next poll, he is bothered about the state of the nation.

He highlighting the importance of education, and revealed that his administration was making more investment to improve the sector.

President Buhari briefed Prime Minister May on the strides in agriculture, which he said has put Nigeria firmly on the road to food self-sufficiency as he told his host that Nigeria was making significant investment in education. "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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On Climate change and environmental issues which came up for discussion at the meeting, Adesina said President Buhari brought up the necessity of inter-basin water transfer from Congo Basin to Lake Chad. Nearly all of them were below 30, and Libya was not their final destination.

The party urged "President Buhari to resist the temptation of seeking to impress world leaders with false performance indices, but should present the real situation, particularly the pitiable state of our economy, escalated insecurity, human rights abuses, daily bloodletting, persecution of opposition and erosion of democratic values in the last three years".

She was particular about the abduction of the schoolgirls by Boko Haram terrorists, noting that her country would continue to give Nigeria the needed assistance.

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