President Muhammadu Buhari has condemned the xenophobic attacks in Johannesburg, South Africa’s capital which led to the looting of shops owned by foreign nationals.
President Buhari who made stated this in Johannesburg on his visit to South African president, Cyril Ramaphosa, today, demanded that measures should be put in place to prevent the re-occurrence of the attacks.
While responding, President Ramaphosa who apologised over the attacks, reiterated his government’s “deep regret at the incidents of public violence
Buhari and his counterpart Ramaphosa later went into long-planned talks aimed at bolstering trade ties and political cooperation to boost their economies.
The three-day state visit, by Buhari to South Africa is expected to end on Saturday with a town hall meeting.