President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday night returned to Abuja, Nigeria’s capital, after an official go to to the Kingdom of Morocco.
The Nigerian chief met with King Mohammed VI at a assembly in Rabat, the place each leaders reaffirmed their dedication to fostering deeper bilateral cooperation.
To this finish, Nigeria and Morocco signed an settlement on gasoline transportation to the North African kingdom alongside the Atlantic coast.
King Mohammed counseled Buhari for his relentless effort in tackling corruption in Nigeria.
He additionally lauded the efforts of the Nigerian chief in the direction of regional initiative in opposition to terrorism within the Lake Chad area.
On his half, Buhari congratulated the Moroccan king on the election of the Maghreb nation to the Peace and Security Council of the African Union.