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BREAKING NEWS| More good news for Cyril Ramaphosa concerning his visit

https://www.iol.co.za/news/africa/ramaphosa-made-ivory-coast-traditional-chief-a2e8321b-416a-4228-86e5-ef5473c2f13a

Cape Town-President Cyril Ramaphosa is seemed with the situation of traditional Côte d'Ivoire chief. At the service on Thursday, a community guide gave him the famous key of the Abidjan Independent District and wore the traditional ensemble of Côte d'Ivoire. Ramaphosa was named chief Dowasaho.

Chief "Dowasaho" signifies "wonderful champion" and is the name given by Ramaphosa from the standard head of Côte d'Ivoire during his authority visit to Côte d'Ivoire on Thursday. The purpose for the Official visit was to enhance two-sided relations among the 2 nations to gather a supportable and generally beneficial key association. As according to official representative Tyrone Sir, Ramaphosa will visit West Africa on Tuesday for seven days, during which period will visit Nigeria, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana and Senegal.

On Friday, the Leader of South Africa declared that the visit to Côte d'Ivoire in West Africa was a noteworthy visit as it was the main reliable visit among the 2 nations because the foundation of conciliatory relations. South Africa and its accomplices search for approaches of creating the most of the possibilities offered by the (AfCFTA) to benefit from one another and offer greater prominent help to companies considering intra-African trade and speculation.

Ramaphosa was joined by a group of minister and enterprise leaders. The visit, which closes on Tuesday, expects to beef up two-sided relations among South Africa and the impacted countries, and to enhance institutions for African flip of occasions and collaboration in multilateral discussions, the president said.

The 4 local visits to West Africa were completed in Senegal, and Lamaposa will make an expert visit from these days to tomorrow.

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Abidjan Cape Town-President Cyril Ramaphosa Dowasaho Ramaphosa

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