President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa has expressed his upset concerning the killing of Nigerians by South Africans revealing measures being put in place to address the xenophobic attack.
This was said on Wednesday while meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari at the ongoing Tokyo International Conference for Africa Development (TICAD) in Japan promising that South African Criminal Justice system was looking for lasting solution.
Ramaphosa said, “On the issue of Nigerians who are dying in South Africa, we feel very upset about that.
He said the criminal justice is on it and his government does not support killings.
“Obviously, our criminal justice system is working on it. We don’t support killings.
“Nobody should ever be killed but it’s also good to use this opportunity in Japan to renew the bond between us.
“We know we have to play key roles in the overall development of the continent.” he added