International intervention to prevent another civil war in Nigeria.

International intervention to prevent another civil war in Nigeria.

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Vincent Ikpefa started this petition to the u.k. government and

Dear Dominic Raab, MP (Foreign Secretary),

The urgent need to save Nigeria from an imminent civil war has prompted my writing this petition so the U.K. government and other world leaders should take immediate actions to save Nigeria from another civil war.

The current security situation in different parts of Nigeria shows an obvious danger of an imminent war if nothing is done by the U.K. government and other world leaders to help prevent a civil war in Nigeria. The negative impacts of the first Nigerian civil war from 6 Jul 1967 – 15 Jan 1970 left great damages. 

It is now obvious that the Nigerian federal,state and local governments and the security agencies cannot stop the impending civil strife.

The consequences of a civil war will definitely spill to the U.K. ,Europe and other continents taking into consideration the population of Nigeria which is estimated to be over 200 million.

The U.K. government and other countries should not wait until the impending civil strife degenerate into a war before taking actions.It is not enough for the U.K. government to advise her citizens against traveling to Nigeria due to the current security situation in the West African country(https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/nigeria/safety-and-security

- Nigeria travel advice - GOV.UK-The FCDO advise against all travel to Borno State, Yobe State, Adamawa State, Gombe State, Kaduna State, Katsina State, and Zamfara State. Violent attacks are ...).

Preventive actions are needed to avoid a civil war with enormous global negative impacts.”Prevention is better than cure” says an old adage.

Please vote for international intervention to prevent another civil war in Nigeria.

 

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