A former Big Brother Africa housemate, Tayo Faniran, has met the administrator and the CEO of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, on his arrival to Nigeria.

Mr Faniran was recently assaulted by the South African police while driving in the nation.

The Nigerian model captured the incident live on camera and later explained in another video how he was tortured by the police for refusing to enter an unmarked police vehicle.

Mrs Dabiri-Erewa tweeted on Wednesday that the former reality TV star stopped by at her office.

“⁦@Tayofaniran⁩ of BBA was in my office today on his return to Nigeria after his horrifying incident with the ⁦@DIRCO_ZA⁩, SA Police to share his experience. Also received the NANs Exco, who said ‘Enough is enough’. Killings of Nigs in SA must stop,” she said.

@Tayofaniran⁩ of BBA was in my office today on his return to Nigeria after his horrifying incident with the ⁦@DIRCO_ZA⁩ , SA Police to share his experience . Also received the NANs Exco , who said” Enough is enough”. Killings of Nigs in SA must stop pic.twitter.com/yigd1uL43J

— Abike Dabiri-Erewa (@abikedabiri) August 7, 2019

Dabiri-Erewa had said the South African Police was being petitioned over the assault.

She said an agency known as IPID had begun investigating the police.

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