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UPDATE: FG Asks Nigerian Students in Sudan To Stay Calm

Nigerian students studying in Sudan have been advised by the federal government to maintain calm and stay indoors while plans are being made for their safe departure from the unstable nation.

This was said in a statement released on Sunday by the Federal Republic of Nigerian Embassy in Khartoum, which was signed by H.Y. Garko, Charge D’Affaires.

The warning, which instructed students to gather at the African International University, the NANSS office, and El-Razi University for evacuation or to bring $100 or $200 for evacuation, was to be disregarded, it told the students.

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“As the Embassy had earlier informed students, you are therefore requested to stay calm and remain indoors while the embassy is working on final approval to commence evacuation,” it said.


Without authorization and assurance from the Sudanese government, the FG claimed that it was still risky to travel toward the country’s frontiers.

“The Embassy wishes to reassure the Nigerian students that their safety and wellbeing is of priority concern,” it added.

Fighting between soldiers loyal to Sudan’s army chief, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, and his deputy, Mohamed Hamdan Daglo, who is in charge of the paramilitary Rapid Support soldiers (RSF), has trapped some 4000 Nigerians.

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Since the conflict between the forces of the two opposing generals in Khartoum, the capital of Sudan, began, hundreds have died.


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