He said: "The meeting agreed with the President and concurred that more consultation is the way to go because the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement will have implications for us, which we hope will be positive". But luckily, they are now going back to the farms.
Speaking on education, the President told the British Prime Minister that more investment is required in the sector as it is very vital, adding that in this present age, "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.
Climate change and environmental issues also came up for discussion, and President Buhari brought up the necessity of inter-basin water transfer from Congo Basin to Lake Chad. But if there is inter-basin water transfer, about 40 million people in Nigeria, Niger, Cameroon, Chad, and other countries stand to benefit. We brought back about 4,000 people from Libya recently. "They were headed to Europe".More news: Shire sells cancer drugs to Servier for $2.4B as Takeda circles
In the statement, the White House said Mr Buhari would meet Mr Trump at Washington to discuss issues including "fighting terrorism" and economic growth.
The announcement of the visit comes one day after the fourth anniversary of the Chibok schoolgirls' abduction, which saw Boko Haram kidnapped 276 girls.
She also noted: "Good grounding in education is good". It is also a good bastion and defence against modern slavery. "Stability at home is important, to curb illegal migration", May said.More news: Manchester City are Premier League Champions
The State Department under Trump approved the sale of 12 high-technology attack planes and equipment worth $600 million to Nigeria previous year after the Obama administration halted the sale because of accusations that Nigeria's air force was bombing civilians.
This was made known in a statement released by the White House, which said Trump is looking forward to discussing how the 2 countries can enhance their partnership.
ABUJA-PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari's decision to suspend Nigeria's participation in signing African Continental Free Trade Agreement has been applauded by Industrial Policy and Competitiveness Advisory Council.More news: Trump calls Comey 'Slippery' in Twitter attack, ahead of interview, book release