Posted by News Express | 4 May 2016 | 2,667 times
Nigeria and Cameroun have signed an agreement on trade cooperation and conservation of the Benue River.
This is the outcome of the bilateral talks between President Muhammadu Buhari and Paul Biya of Cameroun, who is on a state visit to Nigeria.
Other areas covered in the bilateral talks include security, agriculture and immigration issues.
The visiting Camerounian president is in Nigeria at the invitation of President Mohammadu Buhari.
The agreements signed cover trade cooperation, between Nigeria and Cameroun, conservation of the Benue River, security, agriculture, infrastructure and immigration issues among others.
Both countries also have military agreements – the Multi National Joint Task Force (MNJTF) – that are aimed at ending the free movement of Boko Haram terrorists along their borders. (Channels TV)
•Photo shows, L-R; Mrs Aisha Buhari, President Biya, President Buhari and Mrs Chantal Biya.
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