Talks between the Nigeria Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo and the United States’ Vice President, Mike Pence, concluded on strengthening the country’s economy and curbing insecurity in general.
The outcome of the meeting, held at the White House in Wahington DC, was disclosed afterwards, to CHANNELS TELEVISION.
Osinbajo revealed that both leaders built on previous talks; talks on encouraging investors’ participation in the country, through partnership, for an effective economy.
They also discussed on the acquisition of arms and ammunition to tackle terrorism and insecurity, especially the in Sahel regions.
“What we are working on at the moment is cooperation that has been on for a while so the whole point of it is to see how to bring several of those things to fruition.
We discussed cooperation on the supply of arms and ammunition which the US has worked with us on and we think we are moving in the right direction. They are happy to work with us on it,” Osinbajo said.
The meeting, which was centered on building strong ties between both Nigeria and America, was part of the agenda of Osinbajo’s four-day visit to the US.