Former Lawmaker Exposes Fake News on UAE Visa Ban Saga

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Former federal lawmaker, Shehu Sabi has criticized the individual responsible for spreading false information about the United Arab Emirates (UAE) lifting the visa ban on Nigeria.

This misinformation surfaced two years after the UAE imposed the ban and rejected pending visa applications from Nigerians.

Despite reports circulating on Tuesday about the resumption of visa services for Nigerians, the Nigerian government promptly refuted the claims.

Sani, who represented Kaduna central senatorial district in the 8th Assembly, expressed dismay, stating that the person behind the fake news is not trustworthy and emphasized that this marks the third occurrence of such misinformation.

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He also raised concerns about the possibility of the individual being a travel agent.



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