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PRESIDENT BUHARI'S SIDE: VERBATIM INTERVIEW

Below is the part of the interview PMB had with Telegraph that some have translated to cause  misunderstanding....................................................................................................................
Telegraph  ::::  A number of Nigerians use the migrant routes to come to the UK to claim asylum, saying their lives are at risk from Boko Haram. Is is legitimate for them to do so?
PMB ::::::::::::::“Some Nigerians claim is that life is too difficult back home, but then again some Nigerians have also made it difficult for Europeans and Americans to accept them because of the number of Nigerians in different prisons all over the world accused of drug trafficking or human trafficking. I don’t think Nigerians have anybody to blame. They can remain at home. Their services are required to rebuild the country. If their countrymen misbehaved, the best thing for them is to stay at home and encourage the credibility of the nation.”
Telegraph :::::::::::::Do you think that Nigerians have an image problem abroad?
PMB::::::::::::“Certainly. But we are on our way to salvage that. We will encourage our countrymen to stay at home, work hard and make a respectable living at home.”

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