Nigeria and South Africa have signed over 30 bilateral agreements for the common good of their citizens.
This was revealed by the South African President, Mr Jacob Zuma who is on a two day visit to Nigeria.
He said that on the average about four thousand Nigerians travelled to South Africa each month in 2015
The South African leader said the Nigerian money seized by his government would be returned after some issues must have been resolved.
The money entered illegally into that country to purchase arms to fight boko haram
On his part, the The Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari said the fine imposed on the South African GSM company, MTN would be looked into but lamented that the company went to court.
All the same, president Buhari promised that the issue would be looked into.
The Nigerian leader said agriculture, solid minerals development and the fight against corruption still remained cardinal in the quest to develop Nigeria.