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“Stop Lying” – Jonathan Fires Back At David Cameron, Over Claims That UK Spotted Chibok Girls

Former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has asked the public to take the claim in “For The Record”, the memoir of David Cameron, former UK prime minister, with “a grain of salt”. In the book, Cameron had said some British troops spotted the location of the abducted Chibok girls and offered to help in rescuing them…

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Buhari Talks David Cameron, Corruption In Nigeria, Chibok Girls, More With CNN’s Christine Amanpour – Watch!

In the wake of British Prime Minister David Cameron’s gaffe, where he described Nigeria and Afghanistan as fantastically corrupt, (for which he has apologized – watch here) President Muhammadu Buharihas revealed that he doesn’t fault the PM as he only said what he knows and even more, Cameron’s utterance was private rather than to the media.…

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Cameron Admits His “Errors”, Says Nigeria & Afghanistan Have Made “Remarkable Steps Forward” In Fighting Corruption

David Cameron has made “remarkable efforts” in retracing his steps after his epic gaffe the other day. Below is how THE WILL is reporting it: Following his description of Nigeria and Afghanistan as “fantastically corrupt” countries on Wednesday while briefing Queen Elizabeth II on the ongoing anti-corruption summit hosted by the United Kingdom, the British Prime…

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Queen Elizabeth Caught On Camera Calling Chinese Officials “Rude” – Watch!

  As reactions trail British Prime Minister David Cameron’s description of Afghanistan and Nigeria as fantastically corrupt “fantastically corrupt” (watch here), a video of Queen Elizabeth calling Chinese officials “rude” has also surfaced. According to BBC, she was filmed while discussing their treatment of Britain’s ambassador to China with a senior police officer at a Buckingham Palace garden…

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Watch Clip Of President Buhari ‘Not Demanding’ An Apology From Cameron On “Fantastically Corrupt” Statement

  Following British Prime Minister, David Cameron’s “fantastically corrupt” description of Nigeria, (Read here if you missed), President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday, while addressing delegates at the start of a conference to tackle corruption at the Commonwealth Secretariat in London said he is not demanding “any apology from anybody” rather,he said he is more interested in the return of…

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‘I’m Not Demanding Cameron’s Apology, All I Ask For Is Return Of Stolen Assets’ – Buhari

  President Muhammadu Buhari while speaking at an anti-corruption event in London today said he is not demanding “any apology from anybody” after UK Prime Minister David Cameron was caught on tape calling Nigeria “fantastically corrupt”. The president said he was more interested in the return of stolen assets held in British banks than an…

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‘When You Get To Hell, Help Me Greet Your Fantastically Corrupt Dad’- Freeze To Cameron

  UK Prime Minister, David Cameron’s comment referring to Nigeria as a ‘fantastically corrupt’ country isn’t sitting well with a lot of people. OAP Freeze expressed his anger at the PM’s comment in an open letter on Instagram today.       He wrote: “Dear David, when you get to hell, help me greet your fantastically…

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Fantastically Corrupt? The Prime Minister Must Be Looking At An Old Snapshot Of Nigeria – Presidency

  As outrage trails British Prime Minister, David Cameron’s description of Nigeria and Afghanistan as “fantastically corrupt” countries, (read here if you missed) the presidency has stated that the PM still has the “old snapshot” of what Nigeria was before the coming of President Mohammadu Buhari’s administration to have described as fantastically corrupt. Cameron while briefing…

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David Cameron Calls Nigeria & Afghanistan ‘Fantastically Corrupt’

David Cameron has described Nigeria and Afghanistan as “fantastically corrupt” in a conversation with the Queen. The PM was talking about the forthcoming anti-corruption summit when he made the comments. It was not clear whether he knew the comments were being recorded. “We’ve got some leaders of some fantastically corrupt countries coming to Britain… Nigeria…

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