“We do not, as an administration agree for Nigerians to defy the desert and the Mediterranean because they feel that there are greener pastures over there. We do not support anything illegal and indiscipline.
“We do not support anything illegal and anybody who feels that his country does not value him or offer him what he should be offered as a citizen and decide to defy the desert and the Mediterranean is doing it at his own risk,” he said.
While Merkel revealed efforts of the German government to tackle the scourge of illegal migration, President Buhari said his government has made efforts to repatriate some Nigerians, especially those stranded in Libya.
Other issue discussed by both leaders include economic cooperation between both countries, among others.