ASSOCIATION OF YORUBA IN DIASPORA SOUTH AFRICAN (AYIDSA) COURTESY VISIT TO THE NIGERIA AMBASSADOR TO SOUTH AFRICA AMBASSADOR KABIRU BALA, AT THE HIGH COMMISSION IN PRETORIA

Association of Yoruba in Diaspora (AYIDSA) Courtesy visit to Nigeria Ambassador to South Africa at the High Commission in Pretoria yesterday to officially invite Ambassador Kabiru Bala and the mission to their upcoming Heritage day celebration coming up on 14th September 2019.

The meeting is very successful as many issues regarding Yoruba and Nigeria community in South Africa is discussed in this meeting, the President of the Association Dr. Darin Alagbe Introduced himself and the team do the same.

Ambassador Kabiru Bala appreciate the visit and thank the President and the members of the association for the courtesy visit to his office he promise to attend the Ayidsa Heritage day celebration and he promise to support the event. The Ambassador also talks about the problems facing Nigeria community in South Africa.

The President of the association Dr Derin Alagbe, promise the Ambassador that, the association will always promote the good image of Nigeria and promote peace among Nigeria community in South Africa.

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