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24
February
2022

We’re Under Attack’, Nigerian Students In Ukraine Beg FG For Evacuation

The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) – Ukraine has appealed to President Muhammadu Buhari to immediately order their evacuation after the territories they live in come under intense Russian fire power.

There are reports that some of Ukraine’s territories have fallen into the hand of Russia which is planning a large scale occupation.

The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) – Ukraine has written President Muhammadu Buhari, pleading for the immediate evacuation of Nigerian students in Ukraine.

This comes amid the raging Russia-Ukraine war which has claimed over 50 lives.

The Nigerian embassy in Ukraine had earlier called for calm on one hand, and on the other hand, asked Nigerian nationals in Ukraine to be conscious of their personal security.

But in the letter to the President titled, “MATTER OF URGENCY. LETTER OF REQUEST TO THE PRESIDENT OF FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI” on Thursday, the students said cities occupied by Nigerians were under attack.

The letter signed by a NANS Executive in Ukraine, Eunice Eleaka, said the Russian-Ukraine crisis has got to its peak.

The letter read: “Greetings to you His Excellency. We are the executive body of National Association of Nigerian Students Ukraine (NANS-UKRAINE).

“We write to you with regards to the current Russia- Ukraine conflict which has finally risen to its maximum early this morning being 24th February, 2022 as gunshots and explosives have raided the territories occupied by the Nigerian citizens.

“We plead with you His Excellency – President MUHAMMADU BUHARI to please send for an immediate evacuation of the Nigerian students currently in Ukraine. We can only trust and wait on our great nation (Giant of Africa) in this perilous time..

“It would be of great honour, if our request is deliberately considered and met with urgency as it calls for. Forever this kind and fatherly gesture would be engraved in our hearts. Thank you so much in anticipation Mr President.”

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