Sunday, January 1, 2012


The President of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan, has declared a State of Emergency in four northern Nigerian provinces, due to recent outbreaks of sectarian violence. Reports from Nigeria state that at least 52 are dead, and blame has been laid at the feet of an outlawed radical Muslim organisation, Boko Haram.

This far, the central government has been unable to stop the spread of Muslim vs. Christian violence, and for that reason, compliance officers charged with the assessment of country risk should review the situation, and make a decision on whether to raise country risk for Nigeria at this time,

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