Following news going round that The United Arab Emirates has placed restrictions on the visa application of Nigerians, the Embassy in Nigeria has denied suspending or stopping the issuance of three months visa to Nigerians travelling to the country as a result of a robbery allegedly involving five Nigerians in Dubai.
ROLL: In its Twitter handle @UAEEmbassyNGR, the embassy said the news on the visa issuance are inaccurate and stressed the importance of sourcing news from official channel.
The mission affirmed that there were no changes in the visa policy at all.
Five Nigerians allegedly broke into a Bureau De Change in Sharjah area of Dubai and robbing it of over 200million naira.
Mrs Abike Dabiri-Erewa, Special Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Foreign Affairs, has described the action as disgraceful as many Nigerians visit the UAE, especially Dubai, on legitimate business trips.