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All Eyes On Ramaphosa After This Happened


Cape Town – President Cyril Ramaphosa has been regarded with the situation with a customary boss in Ivory Coast.

He was given a representative key to the independent area of Abidjan and robed in Ivorian customary garments by nearby pioneers during the function on Thursday.

Ramaphosa has been named Chief Dwasaho.

Boss "Dwasaho" which signifies "The Great Warrior" is the name Ramaphosa was given by Ivorian Traditional initiative during his state visit on Thursday in Ivory Coast.

The state visit planned to fortify reciprocal relations between our two nations with the end goal of making an essential association that will be suffering and valuable together.

Ramaphosa set out on seven days in length four-country visit to West Africa on Tuesday during which he will visit Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Ghana and Senegal, said Presidency representative Tyrone Seale.

On Friday, the South African Presidency said the visit toward the West African nation of Ivory Coast was a notable visit since this is the principal state visit between the two nations since the foundation of strategic relations.

South Africa and the accomplice states will investigate ways of utilizing the chances introduced by the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) for shared advantage and with more prominent help for organizations directing intra-African exchange and venture.

Ramaphosa was joined by an appointment of priests and business pioneers.

The visit, which closes on Tuesday, serves to build up South Africa's respective relations with the nations concerned and to fortify organizations coordinated at African turn of events and co-activity in multilateral discussions, the Presidency said.

The four-country West Africa provincial visit will finish up in Senegal, where Ramaphosa will be on an authority visit from today to tomorrow.

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