COVID-19: Senate Wants UK To Delete Nigeria From Travel Ban

COVID-19: Senate Wants UK To Delete Nigeria From Travel Ban

The Nigerian Senate has called on the British government to consider removing Nigeria from their Coronavirus, COVID-19, red list. Information Guide Nigeria   

The senate also frowned at what it called the United Kingdom’s inclusion of Nigeria in the COVID-19 red list without justification. DAILY NIGERIAN reports.

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These were resolutions reached by the Senate at plenary on Tuesday, following the consideration of a motion on the “Need for Government of the United Kingdom to remove Nigeria from COVID-19 Red List”. jamb results

The motion was sponsored by Sen. Ike Ekweremadu (PDP-Enugu West).

It advised the UK government to be sensitive to the diplomatic ties between both countries when taking decisions that affect Nigerian citizens.

The Senate also charged the Federal Government to engage the British authorities in reversing Nigeria’s inclusion on the list.

It also called on the President Buhari administration to remain firm in the enforcement of necessary protocols in the containment of every COVID-19 variant in Nigeria.

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