British Prime Minister, David Cameron, who has been in major news headlines for days now after his controversial comment where he refered Nigeria as a ‘fantastically corrupt country’, on Thursday, hosted President Muhammadu Buhari and other world leaders to breakfast at Lancaster House in London, ahead of the anti-corruption summit.
The event was the first where both men (Buhari and Cameron) would be seen together in public since the video of a private conversation which the British leader had with the Queen Elizabeth II went viral.
Other world leaders who also attended the breakfast meeting are; President John Mahama of Ghana; President Ashraf Ghani of Afghanistan; John Kerry, secretary of state of the US; and Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
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