President Buhari says the British Prime Minister, David Cameron was being honest when he said Nigeria was a fantastically corrupt country. President Buhari said this in an interview with CNN's Christine Amanpour
"I think he is being honest about it. He is talking about what he knows about the two of us, Afghanistan and Nigeria and by what we are doing in Nigeria by the day. I don't think you can fault him. I hope he did not address the press. He said it privately and somehow we got to know it" he said.
President Buhari during the interview said his main focus is to fight corruption and not to merely talk about it. On the missing Chibok girls, President Buhari said he had not seen the clip that was released by CNN last month that showed some of the girls in hiding. He added that even if he had seen the clip, he would not show it to the parents of the missing Chibok girls.
"How can we show it to them when we don't know where they are? If we know where they are then we can organize to secure them. If they are divided into 5, 10 groups all over the region, there's no way we can spontaneously and simultaneously attack all those locations. The important thing is to get them alive" he said.