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    Nigeria: Evacuated nationals express gratitude as government shows commitment to citizen welfare amidst crisis in Sudan

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    Abuja, Nigeria – (African Boulevard News) – The first group of Nigerian evacuees from Sudan arrived in Abuja on Wednesday evening. They were warmly received by a delegation from the Nigerian government, including the Foreign Affairs Minister.

    The Nigerian nationals were among thousands of people who fled the escalating violence and fighting in various parts of Sudan. The Nigerian government had made arrangements for their evacuation to ensure their safety and well-being.

    According to the Foreign Affairs Minister, the Nigerian government is committed to protecting its citizens at home and abroad. He added that the repatriation exercise is ongoing and all Nigerians who are willing to come back home will be supported.

    The evacuees expressed their gratitude to the Nigerian government for rescuing them from the difficult situation they found themselves in. One of the evacuees said, “We are grateful to God and the Nigerian government for rescuing us. We were stranded in Sudan and had lost all hope. Now we are back home safe and sound.”

    The Nigerian government has urged its citizens to take advantage of the repatriation exercise and return home. The government has also assured them that they will be provided with the necessary support to reintegrate into society.

    This development has been welcomed by Nigerians and international human rights organizations. The human rights community has commended the Nigerian government for taking swift action to protect its citizens. They have also called on other African governments to emulate Nigeria and take concrete steps to protect their citizens who are caught up in conflicts on the continent.

    In conclusion, the Nigerian government has once again demonstrated its commitment to the welfare of its citizens. The repatriation exercise is a worthy initiative that should be applauded by all. It is a clear example of Nigeria’s leadership role in Africa and its determination to promote regional peace and stability.

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