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Theft: We didn't survey visa legitimacy for Nigerians — UAE

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Theft: We didn't survey visa legitimacy for Nigerians — UAE

The United Arab Emirates has expelled a report asserting that it had checked on the visa legitimacy for Nigerians from three months to one month, portraying it as wrong.

The UAE Embassy in an announcement in Abuja on Friday clarified that it had not suspended vacationer visas for Nigerians.

It stated, "In the light of the press reports distributed early today, and charging that the United Arab Emirates has suspended issuing traveler visas to Nigerian nationals, the United Arab Emirates Embassy in Abuja might want to declare this news is mistaken and focuses on the significance of getting the news from its official channels."

Following the burglary assault on an agency de change in UAE by five Nigerians, a movement organization had tweeted that the UAE experts had surveyed its visa procedure for Nigerians.

The suspects were captured for purportedly victimizing a Bureau de Change office in Sharjah of Dh2.3 million, the police said on Sunday.

They allegedly jumped into the trade and crushed the glass hindrance between the clients and the staff, stole the cash in different monetary standards and fled.

They were, be that as it may, captured minutes after the fact.

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