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Update: Breaking: Biafra: British officials rushing in and out of so called-Nigeria as British-Nigeria nears collapse/in tatters..yesterday Prime Minister May visited, today Prince Charles is visiting..very suspicious, who will visit next?—Republic Reporters

Update: Breaking: Biafra: British officials rushing in and out of so called-Nigeria as British-Nigeria nears collapse/in tatters..yesterday Prime Minister May visited, today Prince Charles is visiting..very suspicious, who will visit next?—Republic Reporters New York[RR]Abuja-UK–Update: Breaking: Biafra: British officials rushing in and out of so called-Nigeria as British-Nigeria nears collapse/in tatters..yesterday Prime Minister May visited, today […]

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Update: Breaking: Biafra: British officials rushing in and out of so called-Nigeria as British-Nigeria nears collapse/in tatters..yesterday Prime Minister May visited, today Prince Charles is visiting..very suspicious, who will visit next?—Republic Reporters

New York[RR]Abuja-UK–Update: Breaking: Biafra: British officials rushing in and out of so called-Nigeria as British-Nigeria nears collapse/in tatters..yesterday Prime Minister May visited, today Prince Charles is visiting..very suspicious, who will visit next?—Republic Reporters In a piece titled: “Prince Charles, Duchess Of Cornwall Arrive In Nigeria” reported in part that:”The Prince of Wales and heir to the British throne, Charles and his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla, have arrived in Abuja. They arrived the Presidential Wing of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport at about 2:00 pm on Tuesday, where they were welcomed by top government officials.

“The couple’s three-day visit to Nigeria is part of their nine-day tour of Africa. During their stay in Nigeria, the Royal Highnesses will undertake a series of engagements in Abuja and Lagos.

“They will meet with some of Nigeria’s dynamic youth as well as traditional leaders, the business community, the armed forces, and people from the arts, fashion and charitable sector.

The visit will also highlight key themes in both nations’ relationship, including the importance of Commonwealth ties, youth opportunity, business and entrepreneurship, educating of women and girls, and defence co-operation, among other issues. This is the third time the Prince of Wales will be visiting the country, his previous visits were in 1990, 1999 and 2006, while it will be the Duchess of Cornwall’s first time in Nigeria.

In August 30, 2018, Prime Minister May visited failing Nigeria–in a piece by CNN:”Nigeria ‘nervously watching’ Brexit development, Buhari tells Theresa May”, read in part that: “British Prime Minister Theresa May Wednesday left Nigeria after a whistle stop trip to Africa’s most populous nation during which Britain signed agreements aimed at boosting economic and security ties between both countries.

“May arrived in country’s capital Abuja on Wednesday and met with Nigeria’s President–Muhammadu Buhari, where they both witnessed the signing of the two separate bilateral pacts.

May is on a three-nation African tour to drum up new business ahead of Britain’s scheduled departure from the EU next March.She pledged the UK’s support for Nigeria particularly in areas of security, trade, asset recovery and its fight against corruption.
During the trip, she told reporters: “We have long-standing relations with Nigeria and long-standing, close commercial ties with Nigeria. There are British companies that have been here in Nigeria for many, many years. We want to enhance those trading links.”President Buhari who declined to sign the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) trade deal involving 16 African countries in April, said Nigeria was closely following the Brexit discussions.

”We are nervously watching the development about Brexit because we know that the relationship had been on for a long time. I assure you that I am prepared to strengthen the relationship between our two countries,” Buhari said.
He also thanked Britain for training the armed forces in their fight against the insurgency in Nigeria’s north-east, where terror Boko Haram has waged a decade-long war, killing hundreds of thousands and displacing millions internally.
”I am very grateful to the British government under your leadership for the help in security, particularly your training team that is in our institution in Kaduna,” Buhari said.
After her meeting with Buhari, May flew to Lagos, where she met with victims of human trafficking at an event organized by the Salvation Army and local NGOs.
Credit: CNN

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