President Muhammadu Buhari has set aside October to visit South Africa and resolve the crisis of xenophobic attacks.
The recent killing of Nigerians in South Africa has caused a rising tension, retaliation and massive unrest between the citizens of the countries.
The crisis which led to massive protest from Nigerians, thereby destroying South African businesses in Nigeria.
One of the protesters was killed and many others were arrested.
The crisis also caused the companies to close up their offices in fear of reprisal attack, the South African embassy in Nigeria was closed temporary in Lagos and Abuja.
The xenophobic violence took at least 10 people’s life while hundreds of shops vandalised.
The president visit is to recreate the affairs between the two countries and jointly put an end to the crisis and businesses in South Africa and Nigeria.”
The South Africa police have nabbed over 420 people since the issue commenced.