French President Emmanuel Macron says that his country cannot help Nigeria and Africa solve the problem of insecurity. He says France can provide security and a good economic base for African leaders to solve their problems.
Macron Says 'Long Run' Solution to Africa Migration Is in Africa
RFI, 5 July 2018
French President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday called for Africa and Europe to reach a "win-win" solution to migration during an address to 300 young entrepreneurs on the second day… Read more »
France Can't Solve Nigeria's Insecurity Problem - Macron
Premium Times, 4 July 2018
President Emmanuel Macron of France has said that his country cannot help Nigeria in particular and Africa in general to solve its insecurity problems. Read more »
France Can't Solve Nigeria's Insecurity Problem, Says Macron
This Day, 4 July 2018
French President, Emmanuel Macron, yesterday bluntly said his country cannot help Nigeria and Africa solve the problem of insecurity but would intervene, especially, in the fight… Read more »
President Muhammadu Buhari thanks President Macron for his understanding and his commitment towards Nigeria and West Africa. We will continue to work with France for the benefit of both countries, in security, the fight against corruption, the economy, and in tackling the effects of climate change.
Emmanuel Macron Urges Nigerian Youths to Join Politics
Vanguard, 4 July 2018
French President, Emmanuel Macron, has urged Nigerian youths to get involved with politics to change the narrative of the nation. Read more »
Nigeria, France Sign $475 Million Agreement for Projects
Nigeria and France have signed agreements to carry out projects in Lagos, Kano and Ogun states at the cost of $475 million. Read more »
Macron for 2,000 TEF Entrepreneurs in Lagos
Daily Trust, 4 July 2018
French President Emmanuel Macron will on Wednesday, be interacting with more than 2,000 budding entrepreneurs from Africa. The entrepreneurs are alumni of the Tony Elumelu… Read more »
Macron Pledges French Security Support, Others
Guardian, 4 July 2018
French Leader Emmanuel Macron yesterday met with President Muhammadu Buhari in Abuja, challenging him to work towards providing an enabling economic and political environment to… Read more »
France Can't Fix Your Problem to You - Macron
Vanguard, 3 July 2018
President Emmanuel Macron of France Tuesday said that France cannot fix the African problems to them but only the provision of security and good economic base by the African… Read more »
Nigeria, France Sign U.S.$475 Million Agreement On Projects
This Day, 3 July 2018
Nigeria and France Tuesday signed an agreement for the implementation of different projects valued at $475 million in Lagos, Kano and Ogun States. Read more »
Why President Emmanuel Macron of France Is in Nigeria - Onyeama
President Emmanuel Macron of France, on Tuesday, arrived in Nigeria on official visit aboard French Presidential Jet A330 and landed at the Presidential wing of Nnamdi Azikiwe… Read more »
Buhari, France President Macron in Closed Door Meeting
Premium Times, 3 July 2018
President Muhammadu Buhari is currently holding a closed door meeting with the President of France, Emmanuel Macron. Read more »
France's President Emmanuel Macron will discuss security and terrorism with President Muhammadu Buhari. Macron will after his engagement with Buhari visit the Afrika Shrine, a ... Read more »
President Emmanuel Macron became the first president to enter a venue synonymous with marijuana smoke, sexy backup dancers and protest music. The shrine contains a photo gallery of ... Read more »
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