- South Africa president, Ramaphosa, has apologised over Xenophobic attacks in his country
- Ramaphosa also reassured Buhari that his government is in full control of the situation
- Meanwhile, in a joint communique by Ramaphosa and Buhari, the two presidents condemned attacks in the two countries
President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa has once again apologised on behalf of the people of his country over the lawless attack on lawful citizens of Nigeria and other nations residing in the former apartheid country.
The president gave the apology when he met with Buhari at the bi-national meetings between Nigerian and South African delegations at the Union building in Pretoria, TVC reports.
Meanwhile, in a joint communique by Ramaphosa and Buhari, the South African president said the violence that erupted in the country was not only targeted at Nigerians and other foreign nationals alone.
He also reassured Buhari that his government is in full control of the situation.
The two president consequently condemned the attacks on Nigerians in South Africa and the reprisal ones in Nigeria.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Buhari appealed to Ramaphosa to ensure safety of all Nigerians living in South Africa.
Speaking on Thursday, October 3, when he visited South Africa where he met with Ramaphosa.
President Buhari said Nigerians and other foreign nationals in the country must be well protected.
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