- Boris Johnson, the British Prime Minister, has offered to assist the federal government in tackling insecurity in Nigeria
- The UK leader made the promise in London on Thursday, July 29, at the sidelines of the Global Education Summit
- Johnson and Nigeria's president, Muhammadu Buhari agreed that the judicial process would be made to run without interference
London, United Kingdom - President Muhammadu Buhari and the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday, July 29, appraised the war against different forms of terrorism in Nigeria and agreed that the judicial process should be allowed to run its course.
TVC News reports that while holding bilateral talks at the sidelines of the Global Education Summit in London, the two leaders said it was important that the judicial process runs without interference, no matter who was involved.
Legit.ng gathered that President Buhari briefed the prime minister on Nigeria’s power needs and efforts being made, as well as initiatives geared at achieving food security.
President Buhari reviews security situation in Nigeria
Premium Times also reports that the Nigerian leader also reviewed the security situation in the different regions of the country, while PM Johnson pledged Britain’s preparedness to lend a helping hand.
“We are available to help."
President Buhari pledges to raise the budget for Nigeria’s education
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that President Muhammadu Buhari said nobody can succeed outside their educational qualification. According to him, Nigerians are aware of the priority of education.
It was reported that Buhari made this known on Thursday, July 29, during a panel session at the global education summit, in London, United Kingdom.
The president said his administration is committed to raising the budget for education by 50% in the next two years, adding that Nigeria would attain a 100% budgetary increase by 2025.
Buhari added that no Nigerian parent jokes with education, as they are aware that if their children missed the opportunity of being educated, they have missed a lot.