South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma will on Friday begin a two-day state visit to Nigeria.

Zuma is in the country on an invitation from Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State.

While in the county, Zuma would sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Rochas Okorocha Foundation and Zuma Foundation.

The pact would enable both foundations work in unison to improve the lives of young and physically challenged persons across Africa.

President Zuma is also expected to assess the planned 20,000 hectare, Egbema Industrial Park estimated to cost over N2 billion and the Sam Mbakwe International Cargo Airport.

Governor Okorocha, who disclosed the visit to journalists on Thursday, said the visiting South African President will attend a briefing by Resident Doctors in the Federal Medical Centre, Owerri.

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