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Canada Issues Travel Warning On Nigeria!


Following the state of emergency declared in Adamawa, Borno and Yobe States, the Canadian High Commission in Nigeria has advised its citizens in the country not to visit the affected states.

An alert issued by the High Commission on Wednesday stated that “The High Commission of Canada in Nigeria would like to take this opportunity to remind Canadians to avoid non-essential travel to Nigeria, with the exception of certain areas of Abuja, Calabar and Lagos where you should exercise a high degree of caution. Canadians in affected areas are urged to limit their essential movements to daylight hours, avoid all public gatherings and keep a supply of basic foods on hand, monitor the security situation and closely follow the advice of local authorities, especially with respect to curfews.”

The President declared a state of emergency in order to effectively tackle the security challenges in the affected states.

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