Be careful in Nigeria, U.S tells citizens.


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International safe haven of the United States of America (USA) in Nigeria has cautioned its residents in the nation to be wary of their development and avoid potential risk where vital in light of ongoing world occasions.

It, notwithstanding, noticed that it has no particular data on dangers, however that it was important to remind Americans in the nation to watch individual safety efforts all the time.

“Due to recent world events, U.S. citizens should review their personal security measures. While we have no specific threat information, it is prudent to remind us of the personal security actions to follow on a regular basis.
“Be aware of your surroundings; keep a low profile; stay alert in public places, including schools, hospitals, government facilities, places of worship, tourist locations, and transportation hubs and review and alter travel routes and times to reduce time and place predictability.
“Avoid crowds and demonstrations; exercise caution when walking or driving at night; carry proper ID; review your personal security plans and monitor local media for updates,” a statement published on its website advised.
It also referred its citizens to a travel advisory release of October 29, 2019.
“Reconsider traveling to Nigeria due to crime, terrorism, civil unrest, kidnapping, and maritime crime, including hijackings and theft. Some areas have increased risks,” it reads.
The embassy also advised American citizens against traveling to Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states due to terrorism; Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Kaduna, Kano and Yobe states due to kidnapping; Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, Cross Rivers, Delta and Rivers states (with the exception of Port Harcourt) due to crime, civil unrest, kidnapping, and maritime crime.”
In addition, individuals from the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) yesterday challenged the U.S. executing of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani and his assistants in an automaton airstrike. 

The Shiites burnt American banners at the Banex in Wuse region of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, while chanting 'Death To America,' as they denounced U.S. activity. 

They additionally requested the arrival of Sheik Ibraheem El-Zakzaky and his significant other, Zeenat, who has been in detainment. 

In the interim, responding to the advancement, the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA) engaged Muslim adolescents in the nation to practice restriction over the demise of Soleimani. 

In an announcement in Abuja by its Head of Media, Ibrahim Aselemi, he spoke to the youths not to enable their feelings to darken their feeling of judgment  in order to guarantee that harmony rules consistently. 

As indicated by NSCIA, the issue between the USA and Iran must be settled through discretionary dialogue.

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