Nigeria Signs 2 Bilateral Deals With Britain After Theresa May’s Visit

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Nigeria Signs 2 Bilateral Deals With Britain After Theresa May’s Visit

Nigeria Signs 2 Bilateral Deals With Britain After Theresa May’s Visit

The Prime Minister of Britain, Theresa May, alongside President Muhammad Buhari witnessed the signing of two bilateral agreements on defence and security partnership and an economic development forum agreement.

These deals were made via a series of tweets on the official handle of the Presidency, on Wednesday, in Abuja.

The agreement on Defence was signed by Babagana Monguno, the National Security Adviser, and the British Deputy National Security Adviser, Christian Turner, while the agreement on Nigerian Trade Development was signed by Nigeria’s Minister of State Budget and National Planning, Hajia Zainab Ahmed, and the British Minister of State for Trade Policy, George Hollingbery.

The tweets read: “President Buhari and Prime Minister May this afternoon in Abuja witnessed the signing of two agreements: a Security and Defence Partnership, and an Economic Development Forum Agreement.

“The Bilateral Agreement on Defence & Security Partnership was signed by National Security Adviser, Babagana Monguno and the British Deputy National Security Adviser, Christian Turner.

“The Bilateral Agreement on Nigerian Trade Development by Nigerian Minister of State Budget & National planning, Hajia Zainab Ahmed and the British Minister of State for Trade Policy, George Hollingbery, MP.”

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