Abuja - Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan held talks on Tuesday with his South African counterpart, Jacob Zuma, over security issues in Africa.
The South African President, who was on a one day official visit to Nigeria, said security concerns remains the main issue that needs attention on the African continent.
Addressing state house correspondents after the meeting, Zuma said their talks centred on security of lives and property on the African continent.
Zuma said that it is important to align with Nigeria on certain issues that concern both countries and indeed the continent, especially as Jonathan is billed to visit South Africa in May.
He observed that the African Union (AU) would soon be marking its 50 years anniversary, and that it was important that Nigeria and South Africa should play their roles in order to move the union forward. - CAJ News