From Business Standard
Japan has reportedly alleged that China is luring African leaders with expensive gifts and offerings, as the two pledge big money to the African nations.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is touring three nations in Africa, which has China accusing Japan of supporting Africa to secure a place in the United National Security Council.
In counter-attack, Japan has accused China of buying African leaders, while the latter has insisted that its aid and co-operation is completely selfless, the BBC reported.
Abe is expected to pledge over 14 billion dollars in aid to the continent and engage in trade deals with Ethiopia, Mozambique and Ivory Coast.
It is after a gap of eight years that a Japanese leader is touring three nations in Africa.
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