President Muhamudu Buhari traveled to South Africa to attend the African Union (AU) summit in South Africa in which he was the chairperson of the Peace & Security Council meeting.
Following the meeting the president moved to commission the Nigeria Immigration center in the country on Monday.
The president shared pictures of his experience in the county via his newly opened twitter handle (@NGRPresident).
The President was in the company of two aides and governor of Ogun state, Ibikunle Amosun.
Relations between Nigeria and South Africa are very cordial and it seemed like a matter of time before such center was commissioned in the county. After the commissioning, Buhari met with Nigerians in the country.
After finishing duties in the country, Buhari touched down at Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport, Abuja in the early hours of Tuesday. This was announced by his media officer, Femi Adesina via his twitter handle also.
Meanwhile, Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti state, was Sunday evening, June 14, sighted by some Nigerians at the Johannesburg International airport in South Africa while returning from a trip.
Fayose, who was reportedly accompanied by only one aide, was also said to have joined passengers waiting to board the South African Airways 11 pm flight to Lagos.