President MUHAMMADU BUHARI is expected back home in Nigeria today after completing a four-day official visit to the United States of America.

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President MUHAMMADU BUHARI is expected back home in Nigeria today after completing a four-day official visit to the United States of America.

During the landmark visit with a thirty-three-man delegation, President BUHARI and his team held series of meetings with US officials, including President BARACK OBAMA, Secretary of State, JOHN KERRY, as well as Congressmen and the American business community.

 

President MUHAMMADU BUHARI is expected back home in Nigeria today after completing a four-day official visit to the United States of America.

During the landmark visit with a thirty-three-man delegation, President BUHARI and his team held series of meetings with US officials, including President BARACK OBAMA, Secretary of State, JOHN KERRY, as well as Congressmen and the American business community.

Fallouts from the visit include the pledge by the US government to work with Nigeria towards repatriation of about one hundred and fifty billion dollars proceeds of corruption from Nigeria which are stashed away in foreign banks.

During the visit, the Nigerian delegation received an offer of two point one billion dollars by the World Bank for the rebuilding of the North-East Geopolitical zone which has been ravaged by the Boko Haram insurgency.

 

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