Xenophobia: Presidency confirms Buhari will still visit South Africa in October

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According to reports from The Nation, Sources within the Presidency has restated that, the planned visit of president Mohammad Buhari to South Africa, will still hold.

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The visit is aimed at reinforcing “the strong bonds between the two countries” and also jointly develop responses to solve the problems affecting the people and businesses in South Africa and Nigeria.

While reacting to the public violence in South Africa and other developments in Nigeria around South African businesses which are based in the West African country, President Cyril Ramaphosa, held an official discussions on Friday , with Nigerian Ambassador Ahmed Rufai Abubakar.

The meeting between presidents Ramaphosa and Buhari in Yokohama, Japan, held on the sidelines of the summit of the Tokyo International Conference on African Development, was followed by a visit to Pretoria by the special envoy.

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President Buhari however conveyed his commitment to promote the values of prosperity and the advancement of Africa that were shared by both South Africa and Nigeria.

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