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Friday, November 05, 2021

Nigerian Lady Cries Out To Nigerian Govt, Says UAE No Longer Gives Permit To Nigerians To Work And Explains Why...

Nigerians in the UAE are reportedly being sacked every day from their Jobs where they used to earn as much as five hundred thousand naira a month.....

The reason for the sack en masse as alleged in this post is rather disturbing..


 
  



She says


''Dear Stella,

My heart is broken. Last year, I have sold all i have to come to the Dubai when life was difficult we couldn't feed in Nigeria with my 20k salary. My parents are aged and i am the major support to them and my little ones. When I got here (Dubai) i got a customer service job that pays N500,000 monthly with my WAEC Result. Life became better.


Problem is that there's been a diplomatic issue between Nigeria and UAE concerning Covid 19 protocol and this has led to the ban of Emirates Airline from Nigeria to UAE. In retaliation, UAE stopped giving Nigerians work permit (aside free zone). Stella over 700 Nigerians have lost their job. 



I just lost Job on Wednesday November 3rd . 


This has been on-going for several months now. We have cried to the Nigerian government. We have gone to the Embassy. We have pleaded that they should resolve this because UAE has been the hope to many that were hopeless in Nigeria but the Nigerian government does not care. The situation is similar to the ban they did to twitter.


How can you say you care for your citizens when you directly and indirectly make them suffer? Being a Nigerian sometimes brings so much pain and affliction.


Stella please use your platform and help beg the Nigerian government on behalf of we Nigerians in diaspora in UAE. Please they shouldn't take food away from our table. They should resolve this now. All we have been getting for 5 months is promises but no actual thing done by them''.

89 comments:

  1. Nigerians need to hold themselves accountable. Easy to blame the government without holding a mirror to ourselves.

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    1. Hold what accountable? I'm in the UAE now and I and my husband also lost our jobs 2 months ago for nothing than the stupid pride and non challant attitude of your buhari administration. My daughter is here with us and will stop school next month because feeding is even gradually becoming a problem. I've been pushed to depression.

      You sit in your home and type nonsense.

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    2. Okay, continue shouting govt, let's see how that will change anything. When people like hushpuppi and co were ruining the reputation of the country, was he not being praised? All sorts of shady things are being done by Nigerians and you are calling govt. Nonsense.

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    3. I truly feel for you and your family and other people that have been affected but can you guys be more specific about the issue between the Nigerian and UAE governments so others can know..
      Every comment i have seen from even Dubai based guys have not clarified the issue. We are all making comments without clarity

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    4. Anon 10:32 are you kidding me!!!!!
      I sold my only plot of land just last week in other to raise money to relocate to Dubai between now and January!!

      What do I do then??!
      Heeeiiiii God help your daughter....

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    5. You have to pray that the work permit issue is resolved otherwise it will be difficult for you o. Visa is not a problem. The problem is the ability to get a job.

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    6. @11:35 look into South Africa

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    7. If you are not in UAE just shut up on this matter if you don't know what to say. We here are regarded less than shit.
      Once you mention you're a Nigerian that's the end of any good opportunity you may have.
      I don't think it's about COVID alone, our image is rotten before them. Most of them don't even rent houses to Nigerians anymore, there's more. Nigerians are suffering in UAE, if you want to come to UAE please think twice.

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    8. WE BUY DEAD INVERTER BATTERY.081413951135 November 2021 at 12:08

      This country Nigeria is just frustrating

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    9. If you can't cope anymore, then come back home abi is it until you die of depression that you'll realise you need to leave that place? Always whining and whining mtcheeeew

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    10. 11.55 you are so rude, with this kind of your attitude how do you expect to be treated? Also, are you just realising that Arabs are very racist towards Blacks? What contribution are you bringing to their country?

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    11. Anon 11:20

      Basically, this particular problem has to do with Nigerian government refusing to accept the COVID 19 terms and conditions for passengers to fly emirates Airline to Dubai direct. Because a lot of Nigerians were producing fake Covid results to fly to Dubai, UAE made some extra covid 19 test demands. The Nigerian government said it is absurd and that they won't follow it. This led to the ban of Emirates Airline from lifting passengers from/to Nigeria and making the UAE government lose millions of dollars.

      In revenge, UAE government banned Nigerians from being able to get new work permit or renew their work permit (aside free zone). It is the case of Do me, i do you. Those that still have their jobs are loosing it everyday since they can't renew. Those looking for jobs are unable to get the permit even after getting good offers. A friend lost his job that paid 900k monthly.

      Please note that Nigerians were willing to follow the covid protocol oooo, but the Nigerian government refused..

      The protocol wasn't put for only Nigerians. UAE did same for India, Pakistan and other counties but its only Nigeria that refused to co operate.

      Of course, SOME Nigerians are committing crimes as usual but that is not the reason for this very problem. If not, they will ban Visa and not work permit.

      My work permit is due for renewal 15th of November. I'm a single father here with my son. If they cannot renew it, I will also be asked to stop work. Pray for me.

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    12. Dear fellow Nigerians, EMBRACE INTEGRITY & you will have peace and acceptance (outside of the usual racism and discrimination) everywhere you go!

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    13. If you know you support E-Money, Obi Cubana etc., do not complain of being rejected anywhere you go! No country wants people who do not care about the source of wealth; they don't want you to infect their country with your lack of integrity and GREED.

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    14. 12.19, 12.23 πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    15. Anon 11:20, thanks for this explanation. I pray God comes through for you.

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    16. 11:53, SA is far worse. I won't advise even an enemy to relocate from Nigeria to SA. If i start typing factual reasons from a personal experience, SA BVs will feel i'm trash talking their country.


      @11:04, you're a cold blooded evil being. Know this and change.πŸ‘Ώ

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    17. Abike senior minister of foreign affairs ( the other one na shadow minister) Sisi Abike noisemaking and television over to you

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    18. Chisom, what exactly is cold blooded in that statement? Point it out pls.

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    19. Cold hearted i meant to write. Are you the anonymous? If so, go back and read the comment you replied and tell me if you aren't a wicked person supporting our governments incompetence and hiding under "hush puppy and his likes" ruined the country's reputation. Nigerians in diaspora are basically treated with so much disrespect because of lack of care and concern from their government. That aside, a person is in distress because they lost their job and instead of feeling sorry, you're painting the narrative of them being at fault? That's some devilish act because i'm sure you read the write up even before replying that comment.

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    20. @12:13 accepted, I am rude so as every Nigerians in UAE? Listen to yourself, Arabs don't like blacks.. Ghana, Kenya other African countries are all whites, if not why are they picking only on Nigerians? If you don't know what's going on keep quiet except you have a reasonable contribution.
      Secondly you asked what we are contributing to UAE, haaaa! FYI Our politicians have finished our money in UAE, we contribute a lot reason they've been trying to resolve the issue but our wicked government refused in return they're frustrating Nigerians here.
      Buhari's government is against youths leaving the country which they have made openly, they wants those outside to return, why so much wickedness?

      Stella UAE is not wicked our government is the problem, they're the ones prolonging everything.

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    21. You are talking about someone being cold hearted with all the gutter words you use on people here. Abeg getat.

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    22. Nigerians reputation abroad, is that caused by Nigerian CITIZENS or by govt, madam Chisom? Where is the lie there. Better scroll down to read more comments about the cause of the antagonism towards Nigerians in the UAE before spouting what you don't know.

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    23. Please use that money and find a very good business u can venture into. I love naija abeg. You can fit in anywhere.
      There are good schools, very good hospitals and what have you.
      Na your money dey talk for naija

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    24. Anon 15:05 abroad far, let's start in Nigeria first. You think other countries are not seeing our nakedness? How we treat and regard citizens/human lives? Come on let's call a spade a spade. Who will give us what we cannot give ourselves?

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    25. 14.58 come and carry cane and beat me na. Do kenyans and ghanaians behave the same way Nigerians do? Pls keep on calling govt you hear.

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  2. Nigeria is a disgrace. I’ve decided to physically attack any big Nigerian govt official I see abroad. I go use heavy stone smash their head

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    1. Listen to yourself

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    2. dont go to jail for life because you can't control your anger ..that is murder and you won't go scot free

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    3. Stella please do a research about what the real bone of contention is with UAE ..I know say Nigeria dey cast but s lets view the issues raised ..It has to do with covid protocols and some other serious violations perpetrated by Nigerians there ..the poster should plead with Nigerians who go there to rob and do prostitution which is very bad can you get a knowledgeable person to analyse what went wrong ..some nigerians are a nuisance in dubai truth be told you have seen gangs in the suburbs robbing and terrorising people ..they should tighten the visa issuance and weed out bad people ,,UAE has simply had enough of rubbish

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    4. They enjoy making their citizens sad
      I don't know if they signed a pact with the devil.
      Imagine going from a 20k to 500k salary
      Atleast she can provide for her family back home.
      It's just frustrating

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    5. A relative sponsor girls over there. I've tried everything to stop her but she is not relenting. Reporting her will affect us in a lot of ways. We have fought and fought with her, yet no changes. I've used people to threaten her but no way. How do I do I put total fear in her without getting her jailed?

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  3. This government is always looking for a way to bring its citizens down, they don't care about our cries and suffering

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    1. What about the robbers ,scammers and prostitutes of Nigerian origin there not everything is government Nigerians behave yourselves or get thrown out

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    2. 11.03 they don't want to tell themselves the truth. Pls leave them.

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    3. The poster is not a robber, scammer or prostitute of Nigerian origin and neither is anyone else with a worker's permit. Try to stay focused on the actual issue on ground.

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  4. Hmmmmm...this is quite sad. Nigerian government does not care about her citizens, as long as they are not directly affected...OYO is your case.

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  5. Home and abroad, Nigeria will frustrate you!

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  6. So Dubai don cast, make I review my japa strategy then.

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    1. Them cast Dubai
      Cast turkey
      Cast Cyprus
      Still wan carry their mumu roll over.

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    2. 10.59 them go cast finish and then they shout govt.

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    3. Aswear dem don cast every angle..@Anon 10:59🀦🏾‍♂

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    4. I'm so so so so confused!!!!
      Me that thought this year will be my last in this zoo & Dubai is where I have in mind to relocate to. Pls any other suggestions should be brought to us that are ready to live this shit hole of a country!!!
      Sad indeed.

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    5. You people should go to South Africa

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    6. @Anon11:40,do you know you can make your point without sounding stupid and mentally deranged?? Dubai hopeful,the spelling is "leave" and not "live"...

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    7. Which South Africa? That country is the worst! Whites hate the blacks , the blacks hate on other blacks especially if you are not South African. That country is plagued with racists and xenophobia!

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    8. Xenophobic South Africa?

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    9. See who is calling someone stupid and mentally deranged...look in the mirror fool, you are the definition of what you called the person if not worse.

      The day this country will happen to you, na me go mock you die since you have chosen to be this foolish

      Set awon kponmo chopping BMC

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  7. This our govt is just being unnecessarily wicked

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  8. This our govt is just being unnecessarily wicked

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  9. It is very true. My friend that almost got an offshore job there had to come back home because of this issue, after 4 months of staying there. He said he couldn't even get any job at all, while trying more offshore jobs there. He is home now. It's well

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    1. I applaud your friend's decision. Better days ahead for him!
      In situations like this, the sensible thing to do is to return to your home country and restrategize but no, they rather stay and whine until shit hits the fan

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    2. Shooter dear πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

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    3. How many people can afford the funds and psychological where with all that it takes to re-strategize abi you think it’s by mouth?if you’re in anyone’s shoes pls don’t use your hand to type nonsense

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    4. The word is 'wherewithal'
      Sit amd wait for govt to evacuate y'all na

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  10. See people blaming the government without even bothering to know the details.
    European, American, Asian and African airlines are coming to Nigeria then why do we rush to blame our govt because Emirate is not coming?
    Nigeria has a good relationship with UAE so this must be for a significant reason

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    1. Are you minding them?

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    2. Don't mind them...

      Stay in your country,develop your country and avoid all of these embarrassments upandan..

      Y'all don't even know the details of what happened and you are already nailing the government..Smh!

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    3. Exactly. They might also be blaming them because they don’t know why things have changed. Also, COVID-19 has changed things job wise for people around that world. Many companies have had to cut back on staff because of that.

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    4. Do, why has AirFrance not been allowed in??
      See ehn, our government goes down too low sometimes. They are making Emirates lose money.
      Secondly, Some Nigerians don go shit there. The stink de everywhere. Small time now, the Saudis will start complaining.

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  11. This is so sad..Nigeria government should do something fast.

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  12. The pains of being Nigerian😒😒. What exactly is this country good at? Hmm

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  13. Nigerian government, this is not the way to go for your citizens.
    Tonia

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  14. This is bad, can it get any better?

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  15. This is disheartening. Sometimes, it's difficult being a Nigerian.

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  16. I pray this is sorted out in time, whatever that is causing people to loose their means of livelihood should not be allowed to linger

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  17. Oh my people

    What do you get when theantle of leadership is given to a πŸ’

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  18. Ooooooh dear, this is so wrong.
    Why can't they settle amicably knowing that millions of citizens are there?
    My heart goes out to you and thousands affected, please hold on.

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  19. Nigerian government should recall and close their embassy in UAE. The embassy is useless since Nigerian citizens are not welcomed in that country

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  20. So my plan to relocate to Dubai Don cast be that???
    Cos what's the point in going to a country where I know I can't get a job as a Nigerian??!!
    Dear God please come to my aid.

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  21. Why should the Buhari Administration care; how many hausa/fulani folks have a good Waec result to be able to get a job outside Nigeria?
    How many Hausa/Fulani can speak one good sentence in English; that is required for such jobs?
    So all you southerners can cry a whole ocean, Buhari and his kinsmen don't care. That is the main reason why diplomatic rows are treated
    with levity. 😐😐😐😐😐😐😐 Places like US, you can stay for years and you won't see one Hausa/Fulani person.

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    1. Because most of them are usually contented with the little they have. Una wey get certificates, how far? Prostitution and robbery na uns middle name. Una don cast Nigeria everywhere, yet get mouth to call govt. A tribe that hails the wealthy, regardless of how their monies were made. Malaysia, South Africa, and other countries don scatter because of uns get rich quick syndrome. We hear stories of ya doings in Dubai, na still una e go affect because na una sabi travel wey get certificates. Criminals and prostitutes, comot make we see road jare

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    2. I’ve never seen any in uk

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    3. You said it all. It's not just UAE, this govt is making life uncomfortable for most Nigerians abroad.

      They delay renewal of passports, make you fly home for the most useless of reasons.

      I heard a convo in hausa, how a govt official was angry when he found out how much was being remitted from people abroad esp to the east and South West. So they brought useless policies via CBN that don't make no sense to frustrate Nigerians actually earning a good living abroad and Emefiele their stooge made it happen.

      As far as this current govt is concerned...'One Nigeria' does not exist. As long as it's not their fellow Hausa/Fulani that is affected, they don't care.

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  22. There was a country.Can things really get better in this nation?

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  23. I was just talking to my friend about this before I saw this post. I live in a country in Europe. The Stigma of carrying a Nigerian passport is too much. Nigeria and suffering is 5 and 6. Every procedure is stressful.

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  24. Its about time Nigerians build Nigeria.

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  25. The Original ShugarGirl5 November 2021 at 15:47

    My friend was affected but he moved to abu Abu Dhabi he works there now so sorry

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  26. If you live in the UAE and you can't feed please let us know where you live and give us a contact number and we will assist you with foodstuff. Thanks.

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  27. What is happening in Dubai is very sad. N900k may sound a lot but these guys live in dormitories and under tough conditions. Go on YouTube to see the dirty underbelly of fancy Dubai. The government has a huge fault in laundering the people’s money to help build Dubai with their obtuse brains. Someone is using their own oil money to develop , you are “chopping” and adding your own oil money? Who does that? They know what to do but because when there own kids go there it’s to spend stolen loot so they generally do not care about the masses.

    This brings me to my point. Those 40 and below should study the Martin Luther King million man March on Washington in the 60s and stop giving each other a pat on the back fir 10,000 men Endsars protest. If the youth clandestinely do a 2m man March on Lagos and Abuja, the suffering police will join you. Unless you are not tired of the suffering because it’s not just the north stealing, the stealing has been democratized and weaponized across all regions. Peaceful overwhelming millions of people protest, even 10m people protest. How many policemen and Mopol are left after each of the looters and wives and children each have one policeman? Until we stop tribalism in the south, the north is not cerebral or still ready for independence like in 1960.

    I’m amazed at the unending capacity of the poor masses to adjust and die in poverty. Mandela said if you have nothing worth fighting fir you have nothing worry living for.
    Can we start by ignoring all that looters, cronies, corrupt civil servants, clergy do or wear or buy on all SM? I didn’t think so. We need intellect to deal with a corrupt Government led by the least educated, the least concerned, the least human! Don’t ask me why I cannot do it. On the 5th in the US. I have nothing other than positive wishes and hounding these morons on SM when they come here and working at banning them and their seed will be a life achievement for some here in the US God willing. You cannot turn us all into economic and security refugees and be laundering and enjoying stolen money all over. Look in your family? That uncle that was in government making little salary that built 4 houses is culpable, he is a thief. Your life is subsidizing his corruption. Something must give. Shun tribalism, especially the south. The north rarely migrated to work but to launder money and shop with naija’s money.

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  28. Hahahahaha. Nigerians go abroad and spoil their name, they blame the government. Nigerians forge Covid-19 certificate to travel and cause problems for Emirates and the Nigerian government, they blame the government. Someone on this post wrote about someone trafficking young girls to Dubai that they know but won’t report to the authorities, yet they are blaming government.

    Maybe if we change our ways and become responsible citizens home and abroad, we can forget government

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  29. Stella I suppose the Dubai/Nigeria dispute is not just limited to the Covid-19 issue.

    Nigeria Government is disappointed that UAE released some names of Terrorism sponsors and initiating stiff punishments for it. With all there efforts to stop them from releasing the names, UAE still went ahead to release a few.

    So to get back at them(UAE), stiffer sanctions were applied to the Emirates Airline. There permits were not renewed and a whole lots more. If you are privy to Nahco top management, you will understand.

    Nigeria Government knows Emirates is the Top Airline in Nigeria and grossing in so much from our country (majorly from Asian expatriates like India, Pakistan, etc working in Nigeria).

    So I guess not renewing the work permit of Nigerians is them returning the favour too because that is key part without it having any adverse effect on their economy.

    Stella Nigerians both home and abroad need to pray and seek the face and forgiveness of God. Because what is going on in the corridors of power is unimaginable and devastating.

    Make una manage this drop in the ocean.

    Ultimately, May GOD have mercy on our nation Amen.

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  30. This your story na IPOB version

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