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Presidents Trump and Buhari to hold joint press conference on Monday

President Buhari meets with President Trump at White House Trump doesn't deny calling African countries 'shitholes' while meeting with Nigeria's president
Gustavo Carr | 30 April, 2018, 03:14

President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday met with a high-powered delegation in Washington DC, ahead of his meeting with U.S President Donald Trump.

Another source from the party who is a senator reportedly said the party was looking for a candidate that "would be accepted by Nigerians as an alternative to Buhari." .

"Eight years after, the Nigerian government is still fighting Boko Haram insurgents that are not professionally trained".

"Again, our N-Power programme, they've never seen this kind of thing in Nigeria before where in one fell sweep, you employed 200,000 university unemployed graduate and another 200,000 have been screened and waiting to start work", he said.

Secondus, who stated this in a statement issued by his Special Assistant on Media, Ike Aboyi, warned that President Buhari's alleged clampdown on politicians with opposing views is capable of truncating the nation's democracy. It was the regime of another military dictator, Ibrahim Babangida that set up a Judicial Review Panel that reviewed the case and released her from jail.

The former president urged members of the movement not to be cowed or allow themselves to be discouraged saying that "they will try to intimidate you individually or collectively".

He will be attending to guests at the Blair house.

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"There was also the case of a wealthy Nigerian woman resident in Saudi Arabia who returned to the country and was arrested on arrival at Kano airport, taken to tribunal and jailed 10 years for being in possession of N600".

The PDP spokesman added that "Nigeria is facing a perilous time; our constitution has been technically suspended; we have now become a police state; governance has reverted to the nightmares of the 1984 era, when draconian leaders held sway and forcefully held our people under the grips of military Decree 2".

"Having gone this far, I won't leave you dry". This is exactly what is going on in Nigeria today.

"In fact, such frivolous and unfounded accusations inundating Buhari's past leadership has brought to serious question the current accusations against members of the past regime". After all, it is only after leaving office that the truth of one's tenure is revealed.

It would be the first time Mr. Trump would be hosting an African leader at the White House since he assumed office more than a year ago. If the man can do it then, why can't he do it now?

"When the government says Boko Haram is defeated, it is from the context of what it was when it came in and what we are today".

In the interview monitored by The Cable, "I want to be the president of Nigeria because I would be able to do things I could not do as vice president. Remember I have been to prison for an offence I do not know anything about", he said.