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On July 16, the US Embassy in Abuja, Nigeria announced the reduction of its public operations through this week as a security precaution:
Location: Abuja, Nigeria
Date: July 16, 2021
Event: Limit Non-essential Movement
The U.S. Embassy in Abuja has reduced public operations effective Friday, July 16 through next week as a security precaution. The U.S. Embassy has strongly encouraged U.S. staff to limit non-essential personal travel in the Federal Capital Territory and private U.S. citizens are advised to do the same.
#Nigeria: The U.S. Embassy in Abuja has reduced public operations effective July 16 through next week as a security precaution. U.S. citizens are advised to limit non-essential travel in the Federal Capital Territory. https://t.co/VD682eDDjc pic.twitter.com/YqnwIepWaN
— Travel – State Dept (@TravelGov) July 16, 2021
US Embassy reduces operations in Abuja, cites security – Daily Post Nigeria https://t.co/A08hhZ7iTY
— Daily Post Nigeria (@DailyPostNGR) July 16, 2021
Outcry after Nigerian TV stations told to curb reporting of security issues https://t.co/dJTdnnIoqN
— Guardian news (@guardiannews) July 19, 2021
In addition to a devastating extremist insurgency, Nigeria has been hit with overlapping security crises. More on jihadist and other violence plaguing corners of the country: https://t.co/AON9XipGf8 pic.twitter.com/x9IjNcD9UW
— CEP (@FightExtremism) July 19, 2021
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