Nigerians to start paying £3, 000 to enter the UK from November (Page 3)

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at 05:16 PM, 24 Jun 13 (4 years ago)
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why dem no go vex when una wan turn their country to party centre!!!!
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cocoeni at 06:16 PM, 24 Jun 13 (4 years ago)
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nawaoo
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italianjob at 07:08 PM, 24 Jun 13 (4 years ago)
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is for their security and future reasons, we should learn to protect our nation too if we actually call it our home and a future place for our children. long life Nigeria. hahahahahahahaha.
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interpo777 at 07:21 PM, 24 Jun 13 (4 years ago)
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whatever
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Senegal at 08:41 PM, 24 Jun 13 (4 years ago)
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 Cool Cool
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longben at 08:56 PM, 24 Jun 13 (4 years ago)
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Quote from: angesco on 05:05 PM, 24 Jun 13
We bought this on ourselves

How many times have churches in Nigeria that have organised pilgrimages to Israel been blacklisted because Nigerians failed to turn up at the airport to return to Nigeria? What about the case of the Olympics. We send out more "officials" than athletes to the games outside Nigeria and then less than half of them return. There are thousands of incidents where Nigerians and Asians disappear into England - only to resurface with lies. Lies such as "if I return to Nigeria they will kill me" or "my parents were killed and I am next to be murdered!" Give me a break. Nigeria is not more worse off than Chad, Niger, Sudan or Somalia- where they having been living on handouts from charity organisations for the last 30 years or so! In such countries many of their citizens were born into refugee camps and 30 years on are still living there! But Nigerians who have it good compared to them want to reap where they have made no contribution via the benefit system and council houses!.

We have illegal Chinese and Lebanese people - sorry I mean "tourists" - living the big life in Nigeria but they are in our country illegally. If the border agency in Nigeria cannot be bothered to shift them that does not mean England should do likewise. 101,000 Nigerians were given 6 month visas last year to come to England. India 296,000, 53,000 were given to Pakistanis and 14,000 each to Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. This was just last year. How many of them returned to their homelands when the visa's expired?

As Theresa May said "in the long run we're interested in a system of bonds that deters overstaying and recovers costs if a foreign national has used our public services."

The British government wants "annual net migration down below 100,000 by 2015." Whats wrong with that?

After all Kenya is not considered a high risk to immigration abuse why then should Nigeria - "the giant of Africa" be considered so.

This is one of the reasons Nigeria has become a stronghold for Islamic terrorists. Our airport authorities are more corrupt than the Nigeria police (and that is saying a lot). Anyone and anything is allowed over the border and into Nigeria. Port Harcourt airport (under reconstruction) is a way in for any illegal.  Staff working there are more interested in what you are carrying in 32kg of luggage than who you are. They look silly to the public arguing about what clothes are not allowed in  - with such statements as "madam, these shoes are new -they are not allowed in Nigeria! So while they are arguing about a pair of shoes (that will effect the Nigerian economy?) illegals and trouble makers are being scanned (with the unclad eye) into the country. They are even given a loud "welcome to Nigeria sir/madam" by officials whilst those of us who are bonafide Nigerians are treated like the underclass.

S I say good for Britain. They want to keep their country decent and have only those who will contribute to the success of their country to come in and make a life here.

As Theresa May said ""this is the next step in making sure our immigration system is more selective, bringing down net migration from the hundreds of thousands to the tens of thousands while still welcoming the brightest and the best to Britain,"

Maybe our home secretary could do likewise for Nigeria and get only the brightest and best to come to Nigeria.

Who knows may be one day a member of the British government or an American senator will seek medical attention in Nigeria!

Who knows. Never say never. Have a nice day.

you would do well to post this on BBC.they love stuff like this,like wash your dirty linens in public and we will help you spread it out to dry.our dear honest,dispationate citizen-of-the-wprld
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HOPEA23 at 11:32 PM, 24 Jun 13 (4 years ago)
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Lol @ Ben

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issy4m at 11:36 PM, 24 Jun 13 (4 years ago)
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some people are staying in uk to upgrade there living condition not to made wealth like before that is why our so call leader need to give nigerian basic amenities like electricity ,water,gas,good road and security good education not everybody want to rich like dangote ,otedola,obj,gej that want to buy the whole world with there animal african thinking
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tundemartin at 11:42 PM, 24 Jun 13 (4 years ago)
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Quote from: longben on 11:32 PM, 23 Jun 13
3 thousand pounds to enter a country where three to four families share a 50sq meters apartment?i dey laff ohh


love ur comment. lol. ur so right
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tundemartin at 11:55 PM, 24 Jun 13 (4 years ago)
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Quote from: tundemartin on 11:42 PM, 24 Jun 13

love ur comment. lol. ur so right

3 people share a room  in england plus the houses are so dirty and unclean and the best food u get in england is fish and chips same like dundun and akara
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deboalabi262 at 12:26 AM, 25 Jun 13 (4 years ago)
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He who has ears should listen carefully. Briticos no send people at all oooo    -----  Cool Cool  Cool

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Divine5678 at 12:39 AM, 25 Jun 13 (4 years ago)
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Germans never talk ,na britiko hunger de kill people de talk.what is the difference between Britiko and Ajegunle.Taaaaaa carry waaaaka joo.
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engrtope at 12:53 AM, 25 Jun 13 (4 years ago)
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NO WAHALA
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spekay at 01:11 AM, 25 Jun 13 (4 years ago)
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Quote from: teebaz990 on 05:00 AM, 24 Jun 13
It not only UK dubai/uae has the same system if you are coming here you have to post a bond should in case you over stay your visa they will use the money to deport you.

LOL   i hear the same goes for Australia even as far as it is  - way under the earth downunder as they call it.

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spekay at 01:16 AM, 25 Jun 13 (4 years ago)
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BBC news has it that  this is only a pilot project for visitors
and this idea may be dropped . It is also likely the Nigerian government may retaliate.. .  So as it is wait and see .  till November

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kswagger at 02:24 AM, 25 Jun 13 (4 years ago)
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dem dey craze even this useless france better pass am

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ngeri1 at 05:05 AM, 25 Jun 13 (4 years ago)
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What is disrespectful about that?Huh?Huh?Huh?Huh?Huh? I am so sick of Nigerians in Nigeria worrying about the wrongg things! So called "leaders" disrespect you guys EVERY SINGLE DAY but you guys are focused on how others perceive you? Use your friggin heads! That makes NO SENSE AT ALL. Focus on the right things. Create progress around you and stop looking elsewhere. How embarrassing.
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angesco at 07:57 AM, 25 Jun 13 (4 years ago)
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Quote from: longben on 08:56 PM, 24 Jun 13
you would do well to post this on BBC.they love stuff like this,like wash your dirty linens in public and we will help you spread it out to dry.our dear honest,dispationate citizen-of-the-wprld


Ouch! Truth hurts. The world now id a global village. What happens in one part of the world becomes news within seconds elsewhere - so BBC is well aware.

A true patriot is seeing the truth and condemnimg it.

Nigerians are tired of being ridiculed around the world due to the inappropriateness of people in position of
 Power





ower.



Today they are deporting Nigeriens from Kano
 A good start -this should also be extended to illegal Lebanese and Chinese abusing their stay in beautiful Nigeria.

Long live Nigeria.
 A
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Nicksam at 08:06 AM, 25 Jun 13 (4 years ago)
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THREE THOUSAND POUNDS IS BIG MONEY IN NIGERIA
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angesco at 08:22 AM, 25 Jun 13 (4 years ago)
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Quote from: longben on 08:56 PM, 24 Jun 13
you would do well to post this on BBC.they love stuff like this,like wash your dirty linens in public and we will help you spread it out to dry.our dear honest,dispationate citizen-of-the-wprld

Fellow Nigerian  - Longben!

I am happy that in your reply you did not state that what had been written was false.

My hope is that you never put yourself forward for any government post in Nigeria because you have revealed yourself as someone who will brush the truth under the carpet. I am tired of having my Nigerian passport scrutinized by airport officials around the world due to the illegal activities of a few Nigerians. If your only grievance is that the BBC will "like" my reply - many Britons (including black Britons) travel to Nigeria and are meted out the same silly treatment meted out by airport officials.

Every country in the world has it's citizens who when they see the injustice going on around them - they voice it.

Longben it would be good if you could stand for justice.

Have a good day!
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