Ministry of Foreign Affairs Refutes Disclaimer asking Nigerians to put off Travelling to Eastern Europe

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has sent out a disclaimer against a fake press release which was purported to be from the ministry.

In a release signed by spokesperson of the ministry, Mrs Francisca Omayuli yesterday, the ministry asked the public to disregard the press release which was released on 18th February, 2022 , with claims that the Ministry had asked Nigerian Nationals to put off travelling to Belarus, Poland, Slovakia, Romania and Moldova till the end of May, 2022.

The ministry condemned the mischievous act while asking the public to disregard the content of the fake press release. It also said that the document in circulation is not a the reflection of the authorized template of the ministry and also has a forged reference number and signature.

The ministry said that their authorized press statements are always issued through official communication communication channels.

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