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Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Russian invasion: Nigerian citizens in Ukraine urged to take precautions

The Nigerian Embassy in Ukraine has advised Ukrainian people to be calm and take responsibility for their own safety amidst the Russian invasion.

It recommended anyone who wishes to migrate to a secure location, should double-check all of their resident documentation to guarantee that they may easily return to Ukraine if they so want. 

This was said in a statement released on Thursday, following the Ukrainian government’s proclamation of a State of Emergency and Martial Law in response to the Russian invasion.  

The statement read, “The attention of the Embassy has been drawn to a declaration of State of Emergency, and Martial Law on the entire territory of Ukraine, except the Donestk and Luhansk regions by the government of Ukraine, effective from mid-night of February 23, 2022, for a period of 30 days as well as the latest development on the Ukraine-Russia crisis”. 

“With this, regional (OBLAST) Commissions are to decide on the necessary security measures to adopt in strengthening the protection of public order and facilities for the safety of the citizenry and the running of the economy in their domain. It can be restriction of movement, an additional inspection and verification of certain documents of individuals among others. These are preventing measures aimed at ensuring that the country remains calm and the economy continues to function uninterrupted while it lasted”. 

“In view of the development, the Embassy urges Nigerian nationals’ resident in Ukraine to remain calm but be very vigilant and responsible for their personal security and safety”. 

“The Embassy wishes to add that should any Nigerian national consider the situation as emotionally disturbing, such national may wish to relocate to anywhere considered safe by private arrangements. They should, however, ensure that they do all the needful to validate all their resident documents for ease of return to the country when desired”. 

“In addition, in case of students seeking such temporary relocation, they are enjoined to seek proper clearance and guarantee from their respective institutions, authorities/agents on the way forward in respect to their studies during the period and/or thereafter”. 

“For those who still consider it appropriate to remain in the country, be assured that the Embassy remains open for its consular duties and responsibilities at all times. It will always avail you updates when necessary.” 

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