Government of UAE deciding to suspend Visas for ex-pats from Nepal, Bangladesh, and Nigeria. But still, the govt not announced officially, as per the source government may be considering like this.
Nepal, Bangladesh, and Nigeria governments have not taken any action to bring back their migrants stranded in the gulf country in this COVID pandemic situation. According to an unofficial source, the UAE government is looking at the possibility of making this decision.
A lot of Migrant workers have lost their jobs during this curfew situation, they are in poor living conditions, because of this shutdown and want to go back to their home country. But these countries are hesitant to bring back their citizens.
As per an informal source, the Emirati government had made a few solicitations with these governments to reclaim their nationals. Be that as it may, these governments are yet to demonstrate any pledge to their nationals' repatriation.
These local governments have even neglected to per... keep reading on reddit ➡
When BGL called her state/county about obtaining a copy of her divorce decree & the woman helping her was truly helping her - I’m pretty sure going above & beyond to get her the document. She then makes the comment “oh, isn’t she just the most pleasant person.” The woman was perfectly friendly and trying to help.
Who goes to another country planning to marry, wo researching for themselves what the requirements are?
I spent 5 seconds (typing) pulling up this info: here are few requirements to marry in Nigeria:
*The registry will display the Letter of Marriage Intention for 21 days on a public notice board.
*Provided that no objection to the intended marriage is made during the 21 day period, a couple may then register their marriage.
*Birth certificates or official documents showing the ages of the couple are required together with the results of HIV and genotype tests.
A divorcee must produce a divorce certificate
Pretty much common sense and you cannot blam... keep reading on reddit ➡
Lisa is expecting special treatment as 1st wife if she moves to Nigeria if Usman takes more wives. She expects special treatment because she is American. Lisa wants to run the show at all costs. I'm calling her bluff about excepting other wives into the marriage. Change my mind. >!Now that Lisa and Usman are scrapped from the show going forward!< I doubt she would ever move to Nigeria. She more dollar signs with The Other Way? She was bragging on the leaked tell-all about them not being done w/ the show. Lisa was so confident she would be on the show again. But now that idea is down the drain I doubt she will leave the US.
He said he just needs their bank details and pin numbers to complete the transaction.
Most people (especially Westerners) don't know very much about Nigeria or the people in it, who are some interesting people that you guys reckon deserve to be in the spotlight more? What cultural oddities or misconceptions does Nigeria have that deserve more attention?
When the UAE imposed a lockdown to contain the spread of the virus, many of the migrant workers tried to get back to their native. But Nepal, Bangladesh, and Nigeria Government didn't take efforts to bring back their residents.
As a result, UAE government decide to suspend visas for expats from Nepal, Bangladesh, and Nigeria. Government yet didn't announce officially, the government might plan on such lines, based on sources.UAE is looking at the possibility of making such a decision, as the governments in Nepal, Bangladesh, and Nigeria have refuse to taken back the migrants stuck in the gulf country amid Covid19 Pandemic.
After many countries have come under the grip of Covid-19 pandemic, a large number of Nepali workers have wait to return home since their employers have shirked from their responsibility amid the global pandemic. More than 17,000 Nepalese passport holders want to return; however, it is still unknown when they will be allowed back home. Some of them recently staged... keep reading on reddit ➡
90 Day fiancé has done a lot wrong especially over the last few seasons but I wanted to take this time to write something positive. This has nothing to do with the couples per say. To put some context on this I’m an American citizen (wasn’t born there) but I’ve received most of my education in the US. Safe to say we don’t get taught much about Africa. I worked for many years with a guy from Kenya and learned some about his culture so I have a very limited understanding of African culture.
Over the last few seasons I think the show has done a pretty good job of showing Nigerian culture. I’m sure like every country it has it’s bad things but it’s a beautiful place. Almost everybody seems so nice and dear god I love their clothing. I’m a guy who’s never loved tight cloths, and some of the stuff the guys there wear not only looks good, but also really comfortable. They respect their family, and learning some of the traditions is really neat. Also I love African English. I grew up listeni... keep reading on reddit ➡
Approximately 403 million people in the United States and 473 million people in Nigeria.
I have seen the country get lots of hate on Twitter,like In this post
Apparently it has to do with South Africa or something?
What’s the reason for the hate?
Sorry in advance for this dumbass rant im high as fuck right now but what are the chances of an educated foreign born Nigerian running for president and winning? Reason i ask is because Im getting so fucking tired of how zoo-esque Nigeria is, its embarrassing af. I really wish I could fix these issues such as infrastructure, bribery, barbaric fraternities+cults,rape, unjust police/military brutality and murders, Boko haram+IS, Jobs/unemployment, herdsmen, electricity,imprisonment of gay people+so much more (i cant go in depth rn) and I feel people would back this because I’m an educated westerner who will make effort to listen and tend to their needs, but also genuinely care. These shitty nigerian leaders are always old, dense, selling the country away and dont seem to listen to a fucking word the people have to say but just travel the world to visit western leaders and make a complete fool of themselves. Imma come off as an ignorant American who doesnt really know shit about Nigerian... keep reading on reddit ➡
So, I watched a video that talked about how the west was involved in removing Ghana's Kwame Nkrumah. Do you think the west has meddled like that in Nigerian politics? If so, is it the reason why the country is suffering?
Link to video- https://youtu.be/jV8DiN6hR7M
Nigeria, I am truly tired of seeing no development. Year after year we keep electing the same corrupt people that do the same stuff. Why is it that we as a people continue to do nothing but suffer and smile? I want hope but I am hopeless what can we do. I want to create a tech company but who would I sell the technology to? I’m just angry
Hello, I’m not in Nigeria, I am curious to know if 20,000 naira would mean a lot to an average Nigerian.
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First: thank you, thank you, THANK YOU for all your help and support! We have now raised OVER 5k in under 48 hours. You guys are AMAZING. Anything Mubarak does not end up needing for legal counsel will go to his atheist safehouse projects in Nigeria.
#Now for the bad news.
Update from activist Leo Igwe: >While the police authorities in Kano have confirmed that Nigerian Humanist Mubarak Bala is in their custody, they have not granted him access to a lawyer. He has been held incommunicado. The police arrested Mubarak in Kaduna three days ago following a complaint of insulting prophet Muhammad that some lawyers in Kano filed at the State Police Command. Mubarak was detained in Kaduna for a night before being transferred to Kano two days ago. Since taken to Kano, the police authorities... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hello everyone, my name is Tuoyo, I'm 27yrs Old. Been actively participating on this thread for over six months now so today I felt I should as make an intro. I love epic films and romantic comedies. I enjoy watching documentaries, reading mystery novels and non fiction. I also write poetry, draw and journal. I love keeping collectibles. Hope everyone is safe and happy in this time of a global pandemic.
I'm Alison from Nigeria and about to be banned for NOOOOO reason - I passed video verification a few days ago and thought I would change my profile pic....
*Reposting because no matter how often I double-check, titles always contain a feckin’ error*....
The UK government has agreed to assist with the case of Humanist leader Mubarak Bala, who was arrested for blasphemy in Nigeria in April. His current whereabouts are unknown and he hasn’t been allowed access to legal representation.
Edit: inevitable autocorrect correction. I give up.