Tension Heightens In Abuja As Multinationals And Embassies Plan Relocating To Lagos Over Worsening Insecurity In The Nation’s Capital

Hidima, a Doctor of Philosophy, shared this information on his verified X account, as sighted by News Week Nigeria.

Tension Heightens in Abuja as Multinationals and Embassies plan relocating to Lagos over worsening insecurity in the nation’s capital    A northerner, Hidima, has alleged that several multinationals and embassies are contemplating moving from Abuja to Lagos due to escalating incidents of kidnappings and growing insecurity in the Federal Capital Territory.   Hidima, a Doctor of Philosophy, shared this information on his verified X account, as sighted by News Week Nigeria.

Tension Heightens In Abuja As Multinationals And Embassies Plan Relocating To Lagos Over Worsening Insecurity In The Nation’s CapitalThis comes amid a noticeable trend, with the Central Bank of Nigeria announcing its intention to transfer some of its departments from Abuja to Lagos State.   The decision, as stated by a CBN official speaking anonymously to PUNCH, aims to decongest the apex bank’s head office.

Despite resistance from some staff members who claim tribal motivations, the source insists that the move is primarily for safety reasons and to enhance productivity.

 

 

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