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Warning: South Africans Don't Visit These 6 States In Nigeria, Especially Number 1 And See Why

In this article, I will advise South Africans against traveling to some parts of Nigeria because of the growing rate of insecurity in the regions of the country. Base on my research, most of the northern part of Nigeria is a danger zone for people because they can become victims of kidnapping and other insecurity issues.

Once again be warned about visiting the six states that I would list below. Those states are not safe for people to visit, even the United Kingdom government has warned its citizens from visiting those places. Check out like below 

1. Borno State

This state is located in the northeastern part of Nigeria. The state is one of the major hosts of Boko Haram, a well-known group that has been terrorizing Nigeria for a long time now. Boko haram has killed and kidnapped many people before including school girls, so be wise don't visit there. 

2. Adamawa State

Adamawa state is also a state located in the northern part of Nigeria, it has a border to Cameroon. Visiting Adamawa is not a good idea because from time to time, Boko Haram does operate in the state. 

3. Yobe State

This is also a state that bandits love operating. In the operation, they have kidnapped and killed people before. The state is not a good place to visit in Nigeria for now. 

4. Zamfara State

Zamfara state is also a danger zone because of the activities of Boko Haram and bandits. Bandits have kidnapped several people before in the state including many school children. 

5. Bauchi State

This state is also another place that I won't advise any South African to visit. The rate of crime in the state is increasing little by little. 

6. Taraba State

The state is located close to Adamawa. The rate of crisis is also increasing in the region, especially communal clashes.

All the states listed above are well known for crimes. It would be wise that you don't visit those states. I recommend you visit Lagos and Abuja alone for now.

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