Terrorism all over the world is a hotbed and we are going to be stopping it.

Nigeria’s President Buhari meets with US President Donald Trump

The United States President Donald Trump, on Monday, described the killing of Christians in Nigeria as a serious problem, saying the US would not accept it.

Trump also condemned the burning of churches and urged the Federal Government to ensure security in the affected communities.

He said the government of the US and that of Nigeria would work hard to resolve the problem.

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Trump said this shortly before he entered into a closed-door meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari at the Oval Office in the White House, Washington DC.

“We have met before, we have a great relationship. I look forward to our discussion today again, especially as it relates to terrorism. Terrorism all over the world is a hotbed and we are going to be stopping it.

“We have had very serious problems with Christians who are being murdered in Nigeria; We are going to be working on that problem very, very hard because we cannot allow that to happen,” he said.

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Trump who said his government had decimated the ISIS over the last 12 months, said Boko Haram had been terrible.

Nigeria ranks 14 in Open Doors 2018 list of 50 countries where it is most dangerous for Christians to live in.


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