Lagos - Less than three weeks to his scheduled meeting with the United States President, Barack Obama, President Muhammadu Buhari is yet to send his administration priority agenda to the U. S, reports Daily Independent.
The agenda is expected to form the basis of the discussion between the two leaders when they meet in the White House.
J. Hawkins, the outgoing Consul General of the American Embassy in Lagos, who disclosed this, said the meeting is expected to strengthen and expand the partnership between both governments, especially in the area of tackling the Boko Haram insurgency.
He noted that President Buhari would have to quickly figure out exactly what he wants to push to President Obama to do for his administration.
President Obama would host Buhari on July 20.
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