Abuja mall shuts down after US, UK issues warning on terror alerts

Abuja mall shuts down after US, UK issues warning on terror alerts

Jabi Mall in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital, has been forced to close due to security concerns.

This comes after the United States issued a warning to its citizens about the possibility of terrorist attacks in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

Following that, the federal government assured citizens that safeguards are in place to protect lives and property.

In an Instagram post on Thursday, management stated that it is reviewing the situation and will notify customers when it reopens.

“To all our valued shoppers, Jabi Lake Mall will be closed today, Thursday, October 27, 2022. This decision has been taken in the overall interest of the safety of all staff and customers of the mall,” the post reads.

“Centre Management is committed to minimizing any disruptions; however, the safety of our staff and shoppers remains our highest priority.

“Management is constantly reviewing the security situation in consultation with relevant security authorities and will inform you when the mall will be reopened.

“We apologise for any inconvenience caused and hope to provide you with a quality shopping experience soon. Thank you.”

Despite the closure of Jabi Lake, several malls are still open for business in the FCT.

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