BUHARI ACCEPTS SOUTH AFRICA’S APOLOGY FOR XENOPHOBIC ATTACKS

BUHARI ACCEPTS SOUTH AFRICA’S APOLOGY FOR XENOPHOBIC ATTACKS

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari on Monday accepted South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa’s apology to Nigeria over the persistent xenophobic attacks against Nigerians. The President, who described the attacks and violence as “very unfortunate”, assured that the relationship between the two countries “will be solidified”. President Buhari received President Ramaphosa’s Special Envoys – Dr. K. Mbatta and Jeff Radebe – who delivered their leader’s message at a meeting in Aso Villa, Abuja. They were accompanied by South Africa High Commissioner to Nigeria Bobby Monroe. The President recalled that Nigeria made great contributions to the anti-apartheid struggles, which…

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