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ECOWAS issues security alert to staff

The ECOWAS Commission has advised its staff to limit social engagements and avoid going out at night after work hours.

The commission alleged plans by criminals to carry out abductions for ransom and recruitment for terrorism in state capitals, including the FCT, Abuja.

In a statement signed by the ECOWAS Commissioner for General Administration and Conference, Vafolay Tulay, ECOWAS advised its staff to be extra careful, watchful, and vigilant as they go about their daily activities.

ECOWAS also advised staff to limit in-country travels as much as possible, whether by road or by air.

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