US Finalises Repatriation Of Over $500m To Nigeria -Malami

US Finalises Repatriation Of Over $500m To Nigeria -Malami

Other traditional newspapers had also reported (online) that the president was yet to return to Nigeria after his official visit to the U.S.

"So the technical stopover I talked about is that the journey from U.S. to Abuja is broken into two".

"For a long time, USA has been pessimistic about Nigeria".

The presidential aspirant also also pointed out that Nigerians have been wallowing in poverty and unemployment under Buhari as indicated in the World Bank report released on Monday 30, April 2018.

His media aide then tweeted that the President was on his way to Abuja.

Shehu spoke on the achievements of the meeting citing the good remarks made by Trump concerning Buhari.

"First of all, it is important to state that from the very beginning, the two leaders got on very well with one another".

"He said President Buhari "is a rare leader, ' he said "I respect him a lot" and said our leader had 'succeeded in cutting down corruption.' He called President Buhari a 'valued partner" and a 'strong democrat'".

Nigeria's Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, told the News Agency of Nigeria in Washington, DC, that he and the Attorney-General of the US would be meeting last Tuesday to finalise the agreement.

"We hold that if the incompetent APC administration had not continued to issue false security assurances, these compatriots would not have believed a lie and dropped their guards when they would have adopted more precautionary measures; only to be slaughtered as soft targets by insurgents".

He noted however that the scope of work to be done was larger than anyone had envisaged, noting that Nigeria wanted the USA to do more.



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