Britain Advises Its Citizens to Avoid Travel to Nigeria

Britain advised its nationals to avoid travel to Nigeria on Thursday during the holiday due to the risk of terrorist attacks.

The British Foreign Office announced: “We advise against all travel to the states of Borno, and Yobe, and Bayelsa, Delta, and Rivers, including Port Harcourt, and riverine areas Ocopa Ibom State, and the Bakassi Peninsula.” The ministry called on Britons to avoid traveling in all cases to the states of Niger, Kaduna, Kano and Katsina, Sokoto, and to avoid travel unless it is necessary to the state of Bauchi, and the city of Jos, the state of Gombe, and the city of Moby state of Adamawa, and the area north of the town of Moby on the border with Borno state, and areas Akwa Ibom state of the river, the state of Abia.

“There is a high risk of terrorist attacks during religious ceremonies. The attacks are random and targeted government institutions, security, and international organizations, as well as public sites such as markets, hotels, shopping centers and places of worship, and other areas frequented by expatriates and foreign travelers. “According to the British Foreign Office.

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