Theresa May Shows Off Her Dance Moves With South African Children

British Prime Minister Theresa May dances in front of schoolchildren in Cape Town South Africa

The premier, who is now in a meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari at the presidential villa, Abuja, will fly to Lagos where she will meet with business leaders and announce the formation of a U.K. -Nigeria fintech partnership.

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May poses with school children during a visit to the ID Mkhize Secondary School in Gugulethu, as part of a working visit to South Africa, Aug. 28, 2018, near Cape Town.

Earlier, May and Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari signed agreements on economic and defence cooperation.

The opposition party accused the government of a plot to cover its alleged failures in governance in the last three years.

The PDP urged Prime Minister May, to engage President Buhari on "the violent rigging of elections under his watch, and extract commitment from him on his administration's preparedness for a free, fair and credible general elections in 2019, especially as there are apprehensions across Nigeria, that his actions, utterances and body language suggest otherwise".

The UK IS planning an outlay of £8 billion (R146.36bn) in Africa in the next four years and South Africa has set its sights on being the biggest beneficiary of the investments.

While hopeful of an agreement in October, she said it was right to prepare for leaving without a deal.

The delegation will land in Cape Town today, where May will meet South African President Cyril Ramaphosa as well as business leaders and young people.

"I think when they came out I was very clear on a previous trip that those figures were a work in progress at that particular time", she said according to Sky.

Mrs May then cited comments by the head of the World Trade Organisation, who said Brexit "won't be a walk in the park, but won't be end of the world either".

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Mrs May said national self-interest and global co-operation were not in conflict and the United Kingdom could play a key role in harnessing the "innovation and creativity" of young people in Africa, 60% of whose population is under the age of 25.

The Cabinet minister said he had quickly established a "good professional and personal rapport" with the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier.

He also welcomed UK's support at strengthening democratic institutions in the country. Someone said she was an alien in a "human suit " What happens "when she really breaks it down?'Many were just there for the reaction gifsOne person advised politicians to never dance..."

"Nigerians should unite to defend their President and the problem of Buhari's politics and so on should be regarded as local statement, we have the duty to defend Mr. President as Nigerians".



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