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The Federal Government of Nigeria has expressed concerns over the safety of Nigerian students and citizens stranded in war-torn Sudan.
The Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, has revealed that the ongoing crisis in Sudan makes it difficult for the government to evacuate Nigerians who have expressed their desire to return home.
In a statement released by Gabriel Odu of the Media, Public Relations, and Protocols Unit of NIDCOM, Dabiri-Erewa highlighted the risks involved in evacuating Nigerian citizens from Sudan.
The statement noted that the Nigerian Mission in Sudan and the National Emergency Management Agency have made arrangements to evacuate stranded Nigerians from the country.
However, the tense situation in Sudan has made it impossible for any flights to be conducted, and aircraft parked at the airport were burnt on Thursday morning.
Dabiri-Erewa appealed to the fighting parties in Sudan to consider the Juba Peace Agreement, a fundamental mechanism for restoring peace and tranquility in the country.
She also acknowledged the efforts of humanitarian groups in providing food, water, and medical supplies to people affected by the crisis.
This article was updated 5 months ago