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The British High Commission has announced the closure of its offices in Abuja, Lagos and across Nigeria on Monday, September 19, in commemoration of the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.

This was made known via a tweet on Friday by the official page of the United Kingdom in Nigeria, @UKinNigeria.

It was however stated that the UK Visa Application Centres in Abuja and Lagos will not be affected by the closure.

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The statement read, “Our British High Commission offices in Abuja, Lagos and across the country will be closed on Monday September 19th, 2022 in observance of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral. UK Visa Application Centres in Abuja & Lagos remain open. God Save the King!”

The Queen of England died on Thursday, September 8, 2022.

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