US Warns Citizens in Nigeria: Avoid Major Hotels Due to Elevated Threat


The United States has issued a warning to its citizens in Nigeria, urging them to avoid major hotels in the country due to elevated threats in the larger cities.

This warning comes in an emergency information notice for American citizens issued on November 3.

The advisory advises US citizens to be vigilant when staying at major hotels, to be aware of their surroundings, to keep a low profile, and to review the travel advisory for Nigeria before checking into any hotel.

The US government acknowledges credible information about an elevated threat to major hotels in Nigeria’s larger cities.

While noting the potential risk, the advisory also mentions that Nigerian security agencies are actively working to counter this threat.

Additionally, the notice provides the contact information for the US embassy in Abuja and the consulate in Lagos should any US citizen require assistance.

This advisory serves as a cautionary measure to ensure the safety and well-being of US citizens in Nigeria amid concerns about potential security threats to major hotels.

Source: PUNCH

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