Are you fed up with the regular insecurity in Nigeria, AND do you have some questions for a UK Minister about this?

(We’ll help you phrase your question(s) appropriately and put it forward on your behalf)

FAQ

Parliamentary Questions

Kate Osamor MP — To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, what representations officials in her Department have received from (a) organisations and (b) representatives of the Nigerian diaspora in the UK on the frequency of attacks taking place across Nigeria and potential solutions to bring about peace in the region.

Vicky Ford MP — Increasing insecurity across Nigeria is having a devastating impact on affected communities. We welcome views from both organisations and representatives of the Nigerian diaspora in the UK, including on peace-building efforts in Nigeria and the wider region. I [Minister Ford] regularly respond to correspondence from MPs on behalf of constituents who are members of the […]

LORD ALTON OF LIVERPOOL — To Ask Her Majesty’s Government What Is Their Most Recent Assessment Of The Integrity Of Elections In Nigeria; And What Discussions They Have Held, If Any, With The President Of Nigeria About The Electoral Act (Amendment) Bill 2022

LORD GOLDSMITH OF RICHMOND PARK — The UK remains committed to supporting the democratic process in Nigeria, and we continue to stress the importance of free and fair elections ahead of the 2023 presidential race. We warmly welcome the signing of the Electoral Act Amendment Bill into law on 25 February. We assess that this […]

LORD ALTON OF LIVERPOOL – To Ask Her Majesty’s Government What Assessment They Have Made Of The Security Situation In Nigeria Following The Attack On The Galkogo Community In Shiroro Local Government Area Of Niger State On 21 February. To ask Her Majesty’s Government What Assessment They Have Made Of The Security Situation In Southern Kaduna, Nigeria, Following The Reported Abductions Of At Least 26 People In Three Separate Attacks Between 14 And 15 February.

LORD GOLDSMITH OF RICHMOND PARK – The UK Government is concerned about rising insecurity across Nigeria and we condemn all incidents of intercommunal violence, including in the Middle Belt. This violence has a devastating impact on both Christian and Muslim communities. While religious identity is a factor in some incidents of intercommunal violence, we assess […]

Lord McCrea Of Magherafelt And Cookstown DUP — To Ask Her Majesty’s Government What Representations They Have Made To The Government Of Nigeria Regarding Christian Persecution In That Country.

Lord Goldsmith of Richmond ParkThe Minister of State, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Minister of State (Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office) The UK Government is concerned by insecurity across Nigeria; this violence is having a devastating impact on affected communities of all faiths and ethnicities. We assess that the principal causes of violence are complex and […]

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