'I'm bothered about Nigeria not 2019 elections,' Buhari tells May


He also thanked the Buhari Diaspora Support Organisation for deciding to identify with the country, "when you could have stayed here, and being comfortable".

In a statement on Saturday by its spokesperson, the PDP said rather than offering explanations, the Buhari Presidency, in the All Progressives Congress (APC) in its usual "arrogance and disdain', opted to insult Nigerians. The stealing was so much, and they were so inept that they could not even cover the stealing properly.

"I am very pleased with the successes in agriculture".

May said during the meeting "she was saddened so many girls had been affected by the security situation in Nigeria and that the thoughts of the British people were with the girls and their families".

According to him: "The Lake Chad is now about 10% of its original size, and it is perhaps one of the reasons Nigerian youths dare both the Sahara Desert and the Mediterranean, to get to Europe, noting that if there is inter-basin water transfer, about 40 million people in Nigeria, Niger, Cameroon, Chad, and other countries stand to benefit".

Trump made calls to President Buhari and then South Africa President Jacob Zuma when he took office previous year, inviting them to Washington at a mutually convenient date. It shows you as a worthy General. And the appearance, unfortunately, as it was, through free and fair election of the Buhari government in 2015 has now turned to be an unmitigated disaster. Majority of Nigerians are happy, but agents of corruption and darkness are unhappy.

"We declare our love and support for you". He said his administration is investing more in education because if people are educated, they will be able to take care of themselves.

"He should not forget to tell the world that not only has he failed in his false promise to increase the value of naira from N1 to $1, his government has wrecked our currency from N160-N170 it met it in 2015 to a devastating N350-N400, with attendant terrible pressure on the economy". The present sick administration and government shall become history.

He urged Nigerians not to focus on tribal, religious, or even political party sentiments in choosing who should be the next president but rather their focus should be on capacity of candidates.

But Buhari told the British Prime Minister that his administration from the onset was focused on three cardinal areas which were security, economy and fight against corruption, adding that as his opponents were interested in the forthcoming elections, his interest was to deliver on his election promises.