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President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday night returned to Abuja from Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, where he successfully participated in the 4th Africa-Arab summit.


During the summit, Nigeria and other African countries received a pledge of two billion dollars from the Kuwaiti government to fund key development initiatives in agriculture, education, youth empowerment and support to fight terrorism.

Mr Femi Adesina, confirmed this development in a statement issued in Abuja.

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  1. Why is PMB begging all countries ??
    Like a child in the north......well same blood runs in their vein ....begger as president

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  2. NIGERIA WILL NEVER GET OUT THIS RECESSION IF PMB AND APC govt CONTINUE NOT TO RUN AN INCLUSIVE GOVERNMENT, OBEY COURT ORDERS, RELEASE NNAMDI KANU, DASUKI, AND ALL PRISONERS OF CONSCIENCE, CALL FOR BIAFRAN REFERENDUM LIKE BEING DONE IN A CIVILIZED COUNTRIES, TELL YOUR CITIZENS THE TRUTH AND NOT LIES, STOP POLITICS AND BRING FORTH THE PROMISES YOU MADE A YEAR AGO, STOP PAPER AND MEDIA DIVERSIFICATION OF ECONOMY.

    APC IS FINISHED

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  3. Which support for development? What will $2B do for Nigeria and other African countries combined.

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