Camrounian leader, wife begin two-day state visit to Nigeria
At the behest of Nigeria, President Paul Biya of Cameroun, his wife, Chantal and senior government officials are to begin a two-day state visit to the country today.
A statement by presidential spokesman, Femi Adesina, said the delegation would be received this afternoon at the Presidential Villa, Abuja by President Muhammadu Buhari.
Both leaders are to confer on issues of common interest to the two countries, including ongoing bilateral and regional cooperation against terrorism, violent extremism and cross-border crimes.
It is expected that new agreements to strengthen existing ties as well as trade and economic relations between both nations, would be signed during Biya’s stay.
A communiqué is to be issued tomorrow before the Camerounian team departs for Yaounde.
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