Osinbajo to investors: There are 'salivating opportunities' in Nigeria - TheCable

Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo says there are “salivating” opportunities in the country for investors to explore. Osinbajo said this on Thursday when he met Boris Johnson, British foreign secretary, who led a delegation of UK ministers to Aso Rock. He ...

UK supports North-East region with £200m - NIGERIAN TRIBUNE (press release) (blog)

The United Kingdom (UK) Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, being received by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo in Abuja, on Thursday, August 31, 2017. The United Kingdom (UK) Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson and International Development Secretary, Priti ...

UK donates £200m to Boko Haram victims - BellaNaija

UK Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson and International Development Secretary Priti Patel, have announced the donation of 200 million pounds to indigenes of the North-East region of Nigeria. UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, made the announcement in ...

UK foreign secretary encourages more British investment in Nigeria - TheCable

Boris Johnson, UK foreign secretary, has called for an intensification of trade between Britain and Nigeria. Speaking during his visit to the most populous African country, Johnson emphasised the close friendship between both countries. He expressed ...

Nigeria asks Britain for gear to fight Islamists - Johnson - Reuters

LAGOS (Reuters) - Britain is considering a request to sell military equipment to Nigeria to help it fight Boko Haram Islamist militants, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Thursday. British soldiers were already training Nigerian 28,000 troops ...

Britain's Priti Patel urges others to help Nigeria - BBC News

Britain is to reduce the amount of money it is giving as humanitarian aid to Nigeria over the next few years. The aid worth £200m ($258m) over the next four years is a 50% drop from the £100m it gave in 2017. The money is aimed at helping north-eastern ...

DfID defends £200m aid budget for Nigeria over next four years - The Guardian

A Fulani woman leaves her shelter in Gwoza, north-eastern Nigeria. Boko Haram had seized Gwoza in July 2014. Photograph: Stefan Heunis/AFP/Getty Images. Nigeria. DfID defends £200m aid budget for Nigeria over next four years. Projected average ...

Boko Haram: UK Govt. Donates £200m To Support Rebuilding Of North East - BuzzNigeria.com

As a result of the mass destruction caused by Boko Haram in the North Eastern part of Nigeria, the United Kingdom, UK, has announced a £200 million donation to help in rebuilding the region and rehabilitating those affected. Disclosure about the ...