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Tinubu Departs Abuja For Ramaphosa’s Inauguration In South Africa

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President Bola Tinubu of Nigeria will depart Lagos on Tuesday for Pretoria, South Africa, to attend the inauguration of President Cyril Ramaphosa for his second term in office.

This was announced in a statement issued on Monday evening by the presidential spokesman, Ajuri Ngelale.

According to the statement, President Tinubu’s attendance at the inauguration ceremony is a demonstration of the strong bilateral relations between Nigeria and South Africa. The inauguration follows President Ramaphosa’s re-election as President of South Africa for a second term.

President Tinubu is expected to return to Nigeria after the ceremony. The visit is seen as an opportunity for the two leaders to strengthen diplomatic ties and discuss issues of mutual interest between their countries.

This development highlights the importance of international cooperation and diplomacy in Africa, as leaders across the continent continue to work together to address common challenges and promote economic growth and development.

In related news, Nigeria and South Africa have a long history of diplomatic relations, with both countries playing key roles in regional and international organizations such as the African Union and the United Nations.

The inauguration ceremony is expected to be attended by other dignitaries and leaders from across Africa and the world, and will feature a range of events and activities celebrating President Ramaphosa’s second term in office.


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