Dubai excludes Nigerians from applying for jobs, tourist visa [Details]

After ’s arrest, companies in Dubai have started excluding Nigerian applicants from job vacancies. Apart from being blacklisted from applying for jobs in Dubai, Nigerians have also been barred from applying for tourist visa.

Companies in Dubai have started excluding Nigerian applicants from vacancies after Ramon Olorunwa Abass popularly known as Hushpuppi was arrested in the United Arab Emirates.

FLvibe sighted some jobs advertised online and open to candidates of every nationality except Nigerians.

After Hushpuppi’s arrest, companies in Dubai have started excluding Nigerian applicants from job vacancies
Source: UGC

Apart from blacklisting Nigerians from applying for jobs in Dubai, the latter is also denying Nigerians tourist visa.

In a letter sighted, the UAE made it known that Nigerian passport holders are not permitted to obtain a tourism visa to the country in the meantime.

The letter read in part:

“Dear Applicant, Thank you for contacting us. Unfortunately, your visa application has been rejected as Nigerian passport holders are not permitted to obtain a tourism visa to the UAE in the meantime.

Nigerians are excluded from applying for jobs in Dubai
Source: UGC

“However, this may change at anytime as the permitted nationalities are updated frequently.”

Nigerians are barred from applying for Dubai tourist visa

14 thoughts on “Dubai excludes Nigerians from applying for jobs, tourist visa [Details]

  1. Hush u Dn finish us ooh,
    Now how do we manage to live this provetry striking country of ours…..chai

  2. this is not good, that’s why they said when an oil touches a finger it will spread round all the fingers

  3. I no blame them, if our country better no body will go searching for a job over there

  4. This is what happens when a few of us go out there and spoil the reputation of an entire country

  5. this is so unfair and unbelievable..there are always few bad eggs in a country bt doesnt mean everyone shld pay for his crimes

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