– Dr Kalu expressed disgust at Caameron’s comment that Nigeria was fantastically corrupt – He said the prime minister could cause a diplomatic breakdown between the two countries – He urged him to apologise to President Buhari and Nigerians Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu has reacted to the comment made by David Cameron that Nigeria is fantastically corrupt and has urged him to apologise to Nigerians. The British prime minister was caught on camera saying Nigeria and Afghanistan were fantastically corrupt nations a few hours before President Muhammadu Buhari arrived in the country for an anti-corruption summit. Vanguard reports that the former Abia governor said the comment showed Cameron was deceptive about the summit. READ ALSO: Presidency reacts to David Cameron’s comment about Nigeria “My attention and that of the Nigerian public have been drawn to the recent statements made by the British Prime Minister, Mr. David Cameron in which he characterized Nigeria as a “fantastically corrupt country” during his briefing to Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth just before the anti corruption summit which was attended by President Muhammadu Buhari in London. “The statements of the British Prime Minister are most unfortunate and unguarded, given the relationship between the Nigeria and Britain, two countries who share very long and deep heritage; and especially as the British PM did not state the basis on which he made such assertion which has now become public. It is also a gross disrespect and a most uncharitable disposition to the Nigerian people who work hard to ear their living and who have made very positive impacts on the lives of British people and their economy.
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