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See the Nigerians that went to rob Bank in Dubai.

Nigerians no longer eligible for 3 months tourist visa to Dubai

The suspects with their loot on display

The action of five Nigerians arrested for robbing a bureau de Change in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has led the authorities to suspend the issuance of three months tourist visa to Nigerians.

The suspension is coming barely two days after five Nigerians were arrested for robbing a Bureau de Change operator of Dh2.3 million (N225.4 million) in Sharjai, Dubai.

The suspects were identified as Chimuanya Emmanuel Ozoh, Benjamin Nwachukwu Ajah, Kingsley Ikenna Ngoka, Tochukwu Leonard Alisi and Chile Micah Ndunagu.

A travels and tours firm, Afric Holidays, announced this in a statement through its Instagram page.

The statement read, “Nigerian Passport holders are no longer eligible to three months UAE Tourist Visa.

“Nigerian Passport holders are now restricted to one month, 96 hours and 48 hours UAE Tourist Visas till further notice.”

The suspects would have returned with over 250 Million Naira of funds robbed in UAE if not that they were caught by the police.

APC lost in the Southeast due to bad leadership (Video)

Gov. Rochas Okorocha has said that the ruling APC had a bad show in the southeast due to the bad leadership of the party at the national level.

Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State while briefing journalists on the future of APC after 2023 in Abuja said it did not say well of a ruling party that has been in power for about four years not to have a presence in an entire region.

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I wanted Tobi all to myself – Cee C admits (BBNaijaReunion)

BBNaija reality TV star, Cee-C has admitted to loving Tobi Bakre so much that she wanted him all to herself during the course of their relationship.

Cee-C made this known in one of the episodes of the BBNaija Reunion show in which he she also revealed she might have been too tough on him at the beginning .

According to her, the attitude she showed him is actually who she is because she takes her time before getting into a relationship.

Tobi on his part confessed to liking her a lot but later realized she wanted her man to be hers alone. Such couldn’t work out with him because he is a socialite who loves to socialize with people. That was the bone of contention that made them call their relationship quits.

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Death toll in Mozambique cyclone, floods could surpass 1,000 – President

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The number of people killed in a powerful storm and preceding floods in Mozambique could exceed 1,000, the president said on Monday, putting the potential death toll greatly more than current figures.

Eighty-four deaths have been confirmed so far in Mozambique as a result of Cyclone Idai, which has also left a trail of death and destruction across Zimbabwe and Malawi, with vast areas of land flooded, roads destroyed and communication wiped out.

Speaking on Radio Mocambique, President Filipe Nyusi said he had flown over the affected region, where two rivers had overflowed. Villages had disappeared, he said, and bodies were floating in the water.

“Everything indicates that we can register more than 1,000 deaths,” he said.

The cyclone has also killed 98 people and more than 200 are missing in Zimbabwe, the government said on Monday, while the death toll in Malawi from heavy rains and flooding stood at 56 as of last week. No new numbers had been released following the cyclone’s arrival in the country.

Caroline Haga, a senior International Federation of the Red Cross official who is in Beira, said the situation could be far worse in the surrounding areas, which remained completely cut off by road and where houses were not as sturdy.

Nyusi flew over areas that were otherwise accessible, and some of which had been hit by flooding before Cyclone Idai.


In Beira, Mozambique’s fourth-largest city and home to 500,000 people, a large dam had burst, further complicating rescue efforts.

Large swathes of land were completely submerged, and in some streets people waded through knee-high water around piles of mangled metal and other debris.

In the early hours of Monday morning, rescuers launched dinghies onto chest-high waters, navigating through reeds and trees – where some people perched on branches to escape the water – to rescue those trapped by the flooding.

Meanwhile, rescuers were struggling to reach people in Zimbabwe’s Chimanimani district, cut off from the rest of the country by torrential rains and winds of up to 170 kph that swept away roads, homes and bridges and knocked out power and communication lines.

Zimbabwe’s treasury has released $18 million to rebuild roads and bridges, provide water and sanitation and electricity. Families began burying the dead but the death toll is expected to rise.

Many people had been sleeping in the mountains since Friday, after their homes were flattened by rock falls and mudslides or washed away by torrential rains.

The Harare government has declared a state of disaster in areas affected by the storm. Zimbabwe, a country of 15 million people, was already suffering a severe drought that has wilted crops.


Beira, which sits at the mouth of the Pungwe River, is also home to Mozambique’s second-largest port, serving as gateway for imports to landlocked countries in southeast Africa.

The director of a company that jointly manages the port, Cornelder, based in the Netherlands, said the port had been closed since last Wednesday but would hopefully resume operations on Tuesday.

Two cranes would be working and the company had two large generators and enough fuel for now, though damage to access routes and roads further inland was more likely to cause a problem, said the director, who asked not to be named.

The fuel pipeline running from Beira to Zimbabwe was believed to be intact, the person said, though communication was still very patchy and therefore the situation at the port remained uncertain.

In February 2000, Cyclone Eline hit Mozambique when it was already devastated by its worst floods in three decades. It killed 350 people and made 650,000 homeless across southern Africa, also hitting Zimbabwe.

Man beats up girlfriend for dumping him after collecting 20k for her school fees

Video of an angry man who vowed not to lose all in a relationship has taking the various spaces in the social media.

Man, whose name is yet to be ascertained, was captured in a short video clip, furiously demanding to have back his alleged twenty thousand naira, (20k) which he reportedly gave to his purported ex-girl friend Jane for her school fees.

From the video, the girl did not deny collecting the money from the man, but was heard when she agreed to pay back the next day. However, the man who stormed her school to create a scene, forgot he was in a citadel of learning, where utmost serenity is needed. He was spotted slapping, pushing and voicing out his anger in the midst of students presence at the scene. From the video also, a student was heard asking the girl her reasons for collecting the money from the man and still go ahead to break-up with him.

Efforts made by some students to hold back the man from beating the girl was futile, as the man had more supporters than  those who are for the girl. See the video

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