• June 14, 2021

Buhari Calls For Stronger Ties Between Nigeria And France In The War On Terror

By Nkoli Opara (AGENDAWATCHDOG) – President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday harped on the need for closer cooperation between France and Nigeria in tackling insurgent groups.

Buhari, who is currently in Paris to attend the African Finance Summit hosted by French President, Emmanuel Macron, made the call via an article published in a leading Paris-based magazine, Le Point.

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“Now Nigeria and France should deepen our anti-terror cooperations if we are to overcome this scourge – particularly in the aftermath of the murder of the late President of Chad,” President Buhari said.

“We must be agile and flexible, cooperating across our borders to cut the head off their groups.”

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