President Muhammadu Buhari has given to Nigerians living in South Africa what looks like a panacea to xenophobic attacks; he advised them to respect the laws of their host country.
Buhari gave the charge, Thursday, at a joint press conference with the South African President Cyril Ramaphosa when he visited that country over the perennial killings of Nigerians in a wave of xenophobia.
President Buhari is currently in South Africa to express his displeasure over the Xenophobic attacks that led to killings and destruction of properties owned by Nigerians and other African nationals residing in the country.
”I think Nigerians know the stand of the leadership that when you are in Rome, you do what the Romans do.
“When you are in a country, you study the people and the laws and you get yourself in line with what the authorities and the people accept there” he said.