The South African President, Jacob Zuma has said that his government will ensure that the monies confiscated by South African government during the administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan are returned to Nigeria.
The South African leader made this known on Tuesday while addressing journalists after the bilateral talks with President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
According to him, the Nigerian and South African governments have joined efforts on the matter and that the relevant structures were already recovering some of the loot.
Similarly, Zuma told Journalists that investigations were ongoing to ensure that anything that was illegally taken to South Africa would be returned.
When asked about the issue of xenophobia, Zuma described it as unfortunate, promising to address it once and for all.
His words: “Africans should realise that they are the same and should avoid conflicts and attacks on each other”