Osinbajo Interacts With Nigerians In South Africa

Nigeria’s Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, has asked Nigerians to avoid taking tribal positions regarding the government’s war against corruption. He was speaking during an interactive session with Nigerians at the High Commission in Pretoria, South Africa where issues touching on security, the economy, youth and diaspora engagement were discussed. He gave an outline of what the government has been doing so far on many fronts especially in the war against corruption. Professor Yemi Osinbajo arrived in South Africa on Friday morning for a 3-day visit. He was scheduled to perform the commissioning of the Consular Building of the Nigeria High Commission in Pretoria. He would also attend programmes at the House of Revival Church in Brakpan and pay a courtesy call on his South African counterpart, Mr Cyril Rhamaphosa

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