President Muhammadu Buhari has told Nigerians living in South Africa to obey the laws of their host, he said this during a meeting with Nigerians in South Africa when he attended the Africa Union Summit, hosted by South Africa.
At the meeting held at the Consulate-General in Johannesburg on Monday, President Buhari reassured the Nigerian community of his administration’s commitment to making Nigeria better.
Accompanied by the Ogun State Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun and his Benue counterpart, Dr Samuel Ortom, President Buhari encouraged Nigerians in South Africa to obey the laws of their host country and remain proudly Nigeria.
The President also outlined the objectives of his administration, stressing his commitment to ‘killing corruption’.
He outlined efforts being made to eliminate Boko Haram as well as those aimed at making Nigeria better.
“We have to secure the country, effectively manage it to make sure the economy is put right, ensure that youths get employed and then try and kill corruption,” President Buhari told the gathering.
Some Nigerians told the President that they desired to be part of the change that the Buhari’s administration had promised.