Tinubu Departs South Africa After Attending Ramaphosa’s Inauguration

Nigerian President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has concluded his visit to South Africa following the inauguration ceremony of President Cyril Ramaphosa for his second term in office.

President Tinubu was among the eighteen heads of state invited to witness the swearing-in of President Ramaphosa. Alongside other African leaders, he attended the historic event in Johannesburg.

Before departing from Johannesburg’s Radisson Blu Hotel, President Tinubu held a private meeting with President Ramaphosa. During the meeting, President Ramaphosa expressed gratitude to President Tinubu for accepting the invitation to attend his inauguration. President Tinubu, in turn, commended President Ramaphosa for his efforts in bolstering democracy across Africa, highlighting South Africa’s national unity initiatives as pivotal for political stability.

President Tinubu’s visit to South Africa coincided with his Eid Adha holiday break in Lagos. He arrived at the Water Kloof Airport in Pretoria on Wednesday evening, marking the start of his official visit.

The departure of President Tinubu concludes his engagement in South Africa, reflecting ongoing diplomatic ties and mutual respect between Nigeria and South Africa amidst regional and continental developments.

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