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Nigerian Students In Sudan Writes FG Seek Immediate Evacuation.



Nigerian Students studying in Sudan has written to the federal government of Nigeria, seeking for their immediate evacuation from Sudan where a military war is currently ongoing.

Recall that fight erupted between Khartoum and other cities in Sudan as a result of battle for control between rival military factions in the country.

According to reports, the war has taken another twist as of 450 people have been killed soo far in the war which has prompted other countries to start the education of their citizens from Sudan.

On the other over 1,342 Nigerian students studying in Sudan has written to Nigerian government for evacuation.

According to the letter signed by Mr Tambuwal Maths Class the Nigerian student in Sudan coordinator, that need for the evacuation becomes imperative as the war has become more severe in the country.

The Letter Reads;

Dear Nigerian Government,

I am writing to bring your attention to the current state of war in Sudan and the potential danger it poses to Nigerian citizens studying in the country. As you may be aware, the conflict in Sudan has been ongoing for several years, resulting in countless casualties and displacement of civilians.

With a significant number of Nigerian students studying in Sudan, it is imperative that the Nigerian government takes necessary measures to ensure the safety of its citizens in the region. I urge the government to take swift action in rescuing Nigerian students from the danger of war and bringing them back home to safety.

I understand the challenges that may arise from such an operation, but it is crucial that the government does not abandon its citizens in a time of crisis. I implore the government to work closely with the authorities in Sudan to coordinate a safe and efficient evacuation of Nigerian students from the country.

Thank you for your attention to this matter.

Tambuwal Maths Class

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