President Buhari Holds Talks With British PM May


Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari holds talks on Nigeria-British relations with Prime Minister, Theresa May, at 10, Downing Street, London.

According to a statement by the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr Femi Adesina, the three-pronged focus of President Buhari's administration resonated through the conversation.

The President acknowledged that it was a mistake for Nigeria to have stopped the teaching of history as a subject in schools and promised that the Federal Government would return it to the curriculum.

"British companies like Unilever, Cadbury, and many others have stood with Nigeria through thick and thin".

Kendrick Lamar's 'DAMN.' Wins Historic Pulitzer Prize In Music
There are 14 categories for reporting, photography, criticism and commentary. The previous most recent victor : Mary Chind for photography in 2010.

According to Punch, he said "You met a hard situation, but you have overcome majority".

"If they had used 50% of the money we made when oil prices went as high as $143 dollars per barrel and stabilised at $100 dollars with production at 2.1 million barrels per day for many years, Nigerians would have minded their businesses", he said.

"People can look after themselves if well educated. We need well-staffed and well-equipped institutions to move into the next generation", President Buhari said.

"The issue of the environment and climate change is very important, because of its impact on many countries in the Commonwealth".

Will Dez Bryant let vendetta against Cowboys stop move to Ravens?
Last season, the 2010 first-round pick out of Oklahoma State finished with 69 receptions for 838 yards and six touchdowns. Bryant immediately deflected blame for Dallas' decision to release him , suggesting prominent players were behind it.

At the end of the meeting, President Buhari thanked Prime Minister May for Britain's efforts at the training of the Nigerian Armed forces in fighting Boko Haram.

Last year, Washington has formally agreed a $593 million foreign military sale to Nigeria, including 12 A-29 Super Tucano light-attack aircraft, in order to further the nation's campaign against Boko Haram and the ISIS West Africa branch.

She also noted: "Good grounding in education is good". But the major opposition Peoples Democratic Party faulted is claim, saying the president should be honest to tell the world his administration's true performance, rather than giving false indices. It is also a good bastion and defence against modern slavery. "Stability at home is important, to curb illegal migration", May said.

United States to impose new sanctions on Russian Federation over support for Syria's Assad
Also under consideration are companies that sell helicopters to Russian Federation , sources familiar with the matter said. She added that the conflict must ultimately be resolved through a UN-led political process.