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Travel / Re: German Embassy And Visa by oluwaniyin: 9:08pm
Hello for those who have traveled to Germany and those that are in Germany already.
When did you get to Germany? - Morning, afternoon, night, midnight.
Did you get your proposed accommodation immediately ??

When did your plane leave in Nigeria - night ??

Expecting your replies.
Thanks. ..
Travel / Re: German Embassy And Visa by oluwaniyin: 9:07pm
Hello for those who have traveled to Germany and those that are in Germany already.
When did you get to Germany? - Morning, afternoon, night, midnight.
Did you get your proposed accommodation immediately.

When did your plane leave in Nigeria - night ??

Expecting your replies.
Thanks.
Travel / Angry Pakistani Passengers Throw Politician Off Plane by prechear(m): 1:34pm
Fed up with constant
delays and flight cancellations, disgruntled
Pakistani passengers prevented a senior
politician from boarding an airplane after he
turned up at least two hours late for the
flight.

Soure: mobile.reuters.com/shortArticle/topNews/idUSKBN0HC0R720140917

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Travel / Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedure? by Phema: 8:52am
nefertitiram: Dear All,
I wish I could post a POE story, but I developed severe complications on the day I was to leave for US. I am sure my friend @dinawe who we were supposed to travel together must have been confounded by my disappearance at the airport.
I started bleeding a few hours to my flight, and was rushed to a hosp. I had lost so much blood so they had to carry out an emergency surgery to save my life.
My babies were born at 27 weeks and are currently in an incubator. I am in recovery as well.
In all things I can only give thanks to God, things could have been much worse if I had gotten on that flight.
@dinawe, please reach out to me when you arrive phoenix. This is why I didn't show up for our flight, but I and the babies are safe and sound.

OMG! Our God is awesome! Have you stopped to wonder what would have become of you and the kids if this happened on the plane at a nameless location?

I know it isn't funny to have one's plans tainted and your hopes dashed. You put in somuch time, energy and money to this trip. But I tell you, God has a plan! Just keep praising Him, cos it could have been worse.

May God be with you and the LOs. kiss

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Travel / Re: World Airline Awards 2014- The Winners by loifez: 7:18pm On Sep 16
You have to just give this award to Emirates. They kinda compete with the cinemas.....lol
I love the ICE......

Lordnath: World's Best Airline Inflight Entertainment System

Nominees

1 Emirates
2 Singapore Airlines
3 Turkish Airlines
4 Qantas
5 Cathay Pacific Airways
6 Virgin Atlantic
7 Qatar Airways
8 Air New Zealand
9 Virgin Australia
10 Etihad Airways

The winner- Emirates cheesy I very much agree with this. Emirates' ICE makes one want to stay on the plane forever.

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Travel / 2 Nigerians, 1 Israeli Smuggle $9.3m To South Africa In Private Jet by CaptainPhilip(m): 8:03am On Sep 16
South African police are investigating two Nigerians and an Israeli citizen who tried to bring $9.3m in cash into the country illegally, a spokesman said on Monday.

There were suspicions that the money could be meant for arms. The Nigerians, coming from Abuja, were not identified, according to a report by Reuters.



The plane, a Bombardier Challenger 600, had a Nigerian flight crew on board. It was piloted by Captain Tunde Ojongbede, according to City Press.

Adrian Lackay, spokesperson for the SA Revenue Service, confirmed that customs officers became suspicious when the passengers’ luggage was unloaded and put through the scanners just after 7pm. The officers then investigated and found three suitcases full of cash.

The passengers apparently told officials they were acting on behalf of the Nigerian intelligence service.

They provided documentation confirming they had come to South Africa to buy weapons. It is not clear whether the Israeli passenger was an intelligence operative or an arms dealer.

The National Conventional Arms Control Committee, which has to approve the import and export of any weapons as well as issue permits for such transactions, was not aware of any applications in this case.

The South African Revenue Service seized the funds at Lanseria airport, northwest of Johannesburg, on Sept. 5, 2014. The funds are being held at the central bank as police investigate, SARS spokeswoman Marika Muller said.

“The passengers’ luggage was searched after Customs officials detected irregularities. The money was detained as it was undisclosed/undeclared and above the prescribed legal limit,” Muller said in a statement.
at Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Travel / Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedure? by ogonnan: 10:24am On Sep 15
hallos... wanted to give a quick update. in Atlanta now, arrived yesterday. POE was smooth thank God. I got some yuppie guy who was just gisting with me. main things he asked

Immigration Officer: why u coming to US
Me: to have my baby
IO: oh? why US
Me: it makes sense for me financially, medically and family wise.
IO:how far along are u?
Me:35 weeks.
IO: oh so baby is coming next week
Me: noooo... guy. pregnancy is 40weeks
IO : (laughs) i have no idea, i'm a man... so why not where u live? (i dont live in naija)
Me: cos its more expensive... (he gave me a disbelieving look). i said yup. even more than US. plus i'd have to fly my mum over
VO: so why didnt u go back to nigeria
Me: cos the healthcare is not so fantastic
VO: what do u do in bla bla
Me: i work in bla bla.
VO: husband there?
Me: yea
VO: how much u have?
Me: about 8000 plus credit card
VO: any food
me: no

then we gisted about other things while he was typing. and then he stamped me in. i didnt even bring out any document (i had left all in my bag waiting to be asked first before volunteering) but he didnt ask to see any.

Note: 1. preggy mamas, the walk from the plane to the border place na die. abeg no carry plenty hand luggage if you dont really have to. u go tire.
2. i know it has been said before, but it is good to repeat. Try not to lie. in fact, dont try, do not lie!!.
One other officer had seen me on the line and checked my passport. He didnt say anything to me o, just looked at it and gave me back.
then when i was with the IO, the guy made a comment to him and the IO said " yea i know, she already told me"
So apparently, he had seen my big belle and was waiting to see if i'd tell the IO.
sha thank God all went well...

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Travel / (A Must Read) How Egypt Air Wrongly Flew Me To Another Country, Tore My Passport by onlyme12: 8:00pm On Sep 13
This is the shocking expreience of Joshua Kunle Abdul-Azeez ,a Nigerian Medical Student who was travelling back to school in Ukraine via Egypt Air..

On Friday, August 15, 2014 my mother and I went to Egypt Air head office at 22B Idowu Taylor Street, Victoria Island, Lagos to book a return ticket for me to go back to school to continue my studies at Dnepropetrovsk Medical Academy, Dnepropetrovsk Ukraine. This was about 11:15 am.Contin.....

On entering the Egypt air office we met Mr. Tony Nzan on counter 1 to attend to us and we asked to book a ticket to Kiev, Ukraine. Mr. Tony Nzan explained to us the itinerary for the flight going to Ukraine after which we went to the bank to withdraw money and returned to pay for the ticket and obtained two printouts, so that my mother could have my return itinerary from Kiev next year.

We reviewed the ticket itinerary before leaving Egypt air’s office and immediately observed that the airport code indicated on it was different from what we were familiar with, having traveled to Kiev before. The ticket indicated an unfamiliar airport code.
We immediately brought this discovery to another ticketing officer’s attention who was seated at Counter 2, as we were informed that his colleague, Mr. Nzan, had stepped out of the office. This ticketing officer restated that the ticket was full economy and for Kiev, Ukraine with all the segments confirmed. However, we remained unconvinced, given that our prior experience indicated that the airport code for Kiev, Ukraine would usually read “KBP”.
On my scheduled date of departure (18th August, 2014) my mother and I arrived for check-in at 10.30am. Given our apprehension, we once again mentioned our concern to the agent at the check-in counter and requested that she reconfirm the final travel destination indicated on my ticket. She confirmed that the ticket indicated “KIV” and was bound for Kiev, Ukraine. My mother then told her it should read Borispol International Airport KBP not KIV or Chisinahu as was indicated on the ticket.

Given our insistence over this and the fact that there was now a queue building up behind us she called her supervisor, one Mr Lucas to check the ticket. He asked us what the matter was and we explained to him that we believed the routing on my ticket was wrong. We also told him we had complained about this, the day the ticket was purchased but that we were repeatedly told that the routing was to Kiev.
We also mentioned to him that we went back to Egypt Air’s Victoria Island office on Saturday morning (16th August ) still very concerned about the ticket. The place was closed for business. My mum then asked that I show Mr. Lucas and his colleague my residence and study permits for Ukraine and reaffirm my intended destination to be Kiev in Ukraine and not the place indicated on the ticket, which appeared to be “Chisinahu.”

Mr. Lucas proceeded to telephone Mr. Tony who issued the ticket to reconfirm routing but Mr. Tony insisted that the code (KIV) was Egypt air’s code for Ukraine.
Mr. Tony also became nonchalant and abusive and said that my mother “was just being troublesome”. My mother then directed that I get the boarding passes which had earlier been printed for me since they were insisting it was Egypt Air’s code for Ukraine and that they were representatives of the airline. She warned Mr. Lucas that for the airline’s sake, she hoped that they were right and we were wrong. I checked in my two suit cases with a total weight of 47.5kg and went to the departure gate and boarded the flight.

I arrived Cairo shortly after 10pm same day and was compelled to remain in the transit area for 14 hours, without feeding. No accommodation was provided by the airline. I presented myself for boarding at the boarding gate at 9am the following morning (August 19th) and was the third passenger on queue for boarding to Istanbul. When it was my turn, the Egypt air boarding staff insisted that I present my Ukrainian visa before processing my boarding pass. She did not ask same of the passengers ahead of me. I explained that I had a permit because I school there and presented the permit stamp on my passport, whilst explaining that the document was in my hand luggage. Still, she insisted that I moved aside and present the original document. I then retrieved it from the luggage.

Having seen my permit, the staff still refused to allow me through and insisted I remain at the corner I was in. I complied and watched closely to see if she would follow the same procedure for all other passengers boarding, but to my surprise, not once did she do so. I remained there until everyone else had boarded before she came round to scrutinise the original permit and eventually allowed me to board the flight. We departed Cairo for Istanbul at 10.50am.
We arrived at Istanbul at 2pm on 19th August and I was again compelled to remain in transit for another 17 hours, without accommodation, food or water. At 7am on 20th August, I boarded the flight in Istanbul, expecting to arrive Ukraine at 6am local time. Once onboard the flight, I slept off due to fatigue and hunger – having been deprived of good sleep and food for 2 days at the time. When I woke up, the flight hostesses had already served refreshment and passed me by. I then requested for my meal but was told it was too late to be served.

Once we landed, believing I was in Ukraine, I proceeded to immigration and presented my travel documents. The immigration officer asked that I wait at his desk, left and then returned with a local police officer. Both officers then explained to me in Russian language that I was not in Ukraine but in Moldova (a distinct country) and that the best they could do was to send me back to Istanbul, where I could then buy a new ticket to Kiev.
My passport was then handed over to the pilot of the next flight to Istanbul and I was given my baggage tags for my two suit cases that had by now been placed in the main cabin of the plane.
When I boarded the plane and sat on seat (23E) assigned to me, a male member of the cabin crew ordered me to stand up, sent me to the back of the plane and told me not to move. Another member of the cabin crew sat with me for the entire duration of the flight. I felt so degraded at being treated like a criminal. I was given neither food nor drink throughout the flight back to Istanbul. This was now my third day without food or water. I had now developed a cough and my gums were all swollen.

We arrived at Istanbul and I was immediately taken to the deportation office, where my passport was handed to the officer on duty. The officer interrogated me on what happened and I explained to him how the airline had ticketed me to a wrong destination. I asked if I could be allowed to buy a ticket to Ukraine from there (with my school fees in my possession), which was my intended destination all along.
The officer agreed to my purchasing a new ticket to Kiev and I was placed in a room for over four hours. After two hours of not knowing what was going on or what was being done with my documents, I requested to use the toilet, in the hope that I would find a cell phone to borrow and call my family to inform them of what was happening, but the officer posted outside the room refused and ordered me to sit down.
I continued asking to use the toilet for over 10 minutes until she finally allowed me to go and answer the call of nature. I eventually found a telephone and then called my elder sister in Nigeria, explained the situation to her and asked her to inform my mother. Once my mother was informed, she contacted my university and her Ukrainian liaison agent in Kiev and requested that they assist by purchasing a ticket on my behalf for Kiev, which would enable me to leave for Ukraine from Istanbul.

The ticket was swiftly purchased and I was forwarded the “PNR number” by phone. I then proceeded to Egypt air’s transit desk and explained what had happened. I gave the lady on duty the PNR number for new ticket and requested her to assist me check-in for the flight to Ukraine. She refused to entertain my explanation and told me they would send me back to Nigeria, no matter what I did.

Another Egypt airline official joined us and to my utter shock and dismay, picked up my passport and tore it, saying “these bloody Nigerians”. I looked at the man expecting an apology, but got none. He ordered me to stand up, saying that I was getting on a flight to Cairo.
At about 6pm I was taken to the boarding gate for the flight to Cairo and my documents were handed over to the cabin crew. I was once again treated like a criminal and taken to the back of the plane. A cabin crew member gave me some water and handed me only one baggage tag and informed me that one had gotten missing.
I arrived Cairo at 8pm on 20thAugust 2014. My documents were again passed from the cabin crew of the Egypt Air flight I arrived with to another Egypt air ground official. Yet again, I tried to explain the situation and my grueling ordeal over the past last three days to her.
I went as far as showing her my school papers and residence permit for Ukraine expecting some understanding and empathy, whilst hoping against hope that she may be different from the others and finally listen and hopefully help me get on a flight to school. Instead, she handed me over to Egyptian police officers, who locked me up in a deportation cell without explanation. I waited in there for about one hour and then knocked on the door to inquire why I was locked-up in the cell like a common criminal.

However, I was kept there for over 12 hours, till the following morning (21st August), degraded, dehumanised and with no food or water for three full days. At this point I was very weak physically, developed sores all over my mouth, my gum was painfully swollen all round, and I had begun coughing terribly, with thick yellow discharges.
When I felt like using the toilet I knocked on the cell door and an Egyptian policeman came to open the cell from outside. I told the Egyptian policeman that I needed to use the toilet but he declined and forcefully shoved me back into the cell and locked the door again. After few minutes, I, again, repeated the plea to be allowed to use the toilet, and the same officer came to the door. I explained that I was severely pressed and needed to use the toilet. Yet again, he pushed me back into the cell before I could finish pleading and locked the door.

Here I was, 17 years of age, so far away from home with no family communication, hungry, weak, very tired and being treated like a common criminal without any human consideration whatsoever; I became desperately terrified and wondered if I would live through this ordeal or die hopelessly and forgotten in a strange land.
I was eventually deported from Cairo and arrived back in Lagos, after four traumatic days, on 21st August 2014. My luggage which contained all my books, newly acquired clothes, birthday gifts (including a brand new PS4 game console), money to last me through the new semester, and other valuables, remains missing till date – with no explanation whatsoever from the airline, regarding its whereabouts. The luggage that did arrive with me was visibly damaged, and I later discovered when I checked through, that it had been vandalized as several items packed into it before I left home were discovered missing.

On arrival in Lagos, I was straightway rushed off to Rivet Specialist Hospital at Ajao Estate, Lagos, for medical attention as my health had visibly deteriorated substantially and, as the hospital would later confirm my body had become critically emaciated. I was immediately placed on critical watch, administered intravenous fluids, antibiotics and other prescriptive drugs.
A man who was later identified as Khaled El Rafie (General Manager Lagos, Egypt Air), came along with my mother to meet me at the airport on arrival. He showed little sympathy for what his staff and organization had put a 17-year old passenger through. He displayed extreme arrogance and perfunctory remorse about my plight and, to my total dismay, added more insult to injury by saying that his own boss in Egypt commented that “I may have been locked up in a cell in Cairo because of Ebola virus”. When my mum got very angry at his general approach and utterances, he told her “why are you shouting…..?” He wasn’t going to assist on the matter anymore, and then he walked away”. This was all before I was taken to the hospital for medical attention.

Joshua has since returned to school in Ukraine. He flew on KLM flight.The immigration helped in procuring him with another passport in one day.

Egypt Air reacts

Vanguard investigations at Egypt Air Head office where Mr Kunle AbdulAzeez purchased his ticket revealed that there has been palpable fear about what Abdulazeez’s guardians would do next after the visit of his uncle, Mr Toju Gbenebichie, to Egypt Air office.
Vanguard sought to speak with Mr Khaled El Rafie, General Manager, Lagos, Egypt Air, but was told that he traveled and will be back later in the day. But members of staff of Egypt Air told Vanguard that the entire organization was very remorseful about the incident especially as it involved a 17 year old boy.

One of them who begged Vanguard for anonymity , as they have not been mandated to speak on the issue, said it was actually “a mix up” on the part of Egypt Air ticket officer, Mr Tony Nzan.
The officer also said Mr Nzan has been very sober after the incident and he went the extra mile of trying to arrange an alternative ticket through a friend in Turkish Airline to convey Mr Kunle AbdulAzeez to Ukraine.

The officer added that the arrangement to compensate AbdulAzeez with alternative ticket was put on hold after the visit of his uncle to Egypt Air office and after “ raising hell”, and threatened to take Egypt Air to court. Efforts to speak with Mr Tony Nzan proved abortive as he insisted that he has been made to write a report on what actually happened and this has been submitted to the General Manager who now has the authority to address the issue.

NCAA begins investigation

The Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA, has begun investigation into the matter. The authority is already in receipt of the official complaint lodged by Toju Gbenebichie, the uncle of Joshua. They have asked for the copies of the ticket, the boarding pass and other relevant documents that could help their case.
A letter signed by Abdulmalik Ifueko for the AGM Flight Operations/Adjudication Unit in the Consumer Protection Directorate yesterday confirmed this.
A source said that among other things “tearing the Nigerian passport is a direct affront on the government and people of Nigeria and will be taken seriously depending on the outcome of the investigations.”
www.pijango.blogspot.com/2014/09/must-read-how-egypt-air-wrongly-flew-me.html

Travel / Re: Egypt Air Wrongly Flew him To Another Country, Tore his Passport, Locked him Up by dridowu: 2:13pm On Sep 13
Another Egypt airline official
joined us and to my utter shock
and dismay, picked up my
passport and tore it, saying
“these bloody Nigerians”. I
looked at the man expecting an apology, but got none. He
ordered me to stand up, saying
that I was getting on a flight to
Cairo. At about 6pm I was taken to
the boarding gate for the flight
to Cairo and my documents
were handed over to the cabin
crew. I was once again treated
like a criminal and taken to the back of the plane. A cabin crew
member gave me some water
and handed me only one
baggage tag and informed me
that one had gotten missing. I arrived Cairo at 8pm on
20thAugust 2014. My
documents were again passed
from the cabin crew of the
Egypt Air flight I arrived with
to another Egypt air ground official. Yet again, I tried to
explain the situation and my
grueling ordeal over the past
last three days to her. I went as far as showing her
my school papers and residence
permit for Ukraine expecting
some understanding and
empathy, whilst hoping against
hope that she may be different from the others and finally
listen and hopefully help me
get on a flight to school. Instead, she handed me over to
Egyptian police officers, who
locked me up in a deportation
cell without explanation. I
waited in there for about one
hour and then knocked on the door to inquire why I was
locked-up in the cell like a
common criminal. However, I was kept there for
over 12 hours, till the following
morning (21st August),
degraded, dehumanised and
with no food or water for three
full days. At this point I was very weak physically, developed
sores all over my mouth, my
gum was painfully swollen all
round, and I had begun
coughing terribly, with thick
yellow discharges. When I felt like using the toilet
I knocked on the cell door and
an Egyptian policeman came to
open the cell from outside. I
told the Egyptian policeman
that I needed to use the toilet but he declined and forcefully
shoved me back into the cell
and locked the door again.
After few minutes, I, again,
repeated the plea to be
allowed to use the toilet, and the same officer came to the
door. I explained that I was
severely pressed and needed to
use the toilet. Yet again, he
pushed me back into the cell
before I could finish pleading and locked the door. Here I was, 17 years of age, so
far away from home with no
family communication, hungry,
weak, very tired and being
treated like a common criminal
without any human consideration whatsoever; I
became desperately terrified
and wondered if I would live
through this ordeal or die
hopelessly and forgotten in a
strange land. I was eventually deported from
Cairo and arrived back in
Lagos, after four traumatic
days, on 21st August 2014. My
luggage which contained all my
books, newly acquired clothes, birthday gifts (including a
brand new PS4 game console),
money to last me through the
new semester, and other
valuables, remains missing till
date – with no explanation whatsoever from the airline,
regarding its whereabouts. The
luggage that did arrive with
me was visibly damaged, and I
later discovered when I
checked through, that it had been vandalized as several
items packed into it before I
left home were discovered
missing. On arrival in Lagos, I was
straightway rushed off to Rivet
Specialist Hospital at Ajao
Estate, Lagos, for medical
attention as my health had
visibly deteriorated substantially and, as the
hospital would later confirm
my body had become critically
emaciated. I was immediately
placed on critical watch,
administered intravenous fluids, antibiotics and other
prescriptive drugs. A man who was later
identified as Khaled El Rafie
(General Manager Lagos, Egypt
Air), came along with my
mother to meet me at the
airport on arrival. He showed little sympathy for what his
staff and organization had put
a 17-year old passenger
through. He displayed extreme
arrogance and perfunctory
remorse about my plight and, to my total dismay, added more
insult to injury by saying that
his own boss in Egypt
commented that “I may have
been locked up in a cell in Cairo
because of Ebola virus”. When my mum got very angry at his
general approach and
utterances, he told her “why
are you shouting…..?” He
wasn’t going to assist on the
matter anymore, and then he walked away”. This was all
before I was taken to the
hospital for medical attention. Joshua has since returned to
school in Ukraine. He flew on
KLM flight. The immigration helped in
procuring him with another
passport in one day.
Travel / Re: Egypt Air Wrongly Flew him To Another Country, Tore his Passport, Locked him Up by dridowu: 2:11pm On Sep 13
My passport was then handed
over to the pilot of the next
flight to Istanbul and I was
given my baggage tags for my
two suit cases that had by now
been placed in the main cabin of the plane. When I boarded the plane and
sat on seat (23E) assigned to
me, a male member of the
cabin crew ordered me to
stand up, sent me to the back
of the plane and told me not to move. Another member of the
cabin crew sat with me for the
entire duration of the flight. I
felt so degraded at being
treated like a criminal. I was
given neither food nor drink throughout the flight back to
Istanbul. This was now my third
day without food or water. I
had now developed a cough
and my gums were all swollen. We arrived at Istanbul and I
was immediately taken to the
deportation office, where my
passport was handed to the
officer on duty. The officer
interrogated me on what happened and I explained to
him how the airline had
ticketed me to a wrong
destination. I asked if I could
be allowed to buy a ticket to
Ukraine from there (with my school fees in my possession),
which was my intended
destination all along. The officer agreed to my
purchasing a new ticket to Kiev
and I was placed in a room for
over four hours. After two
hours of not knowing what was
going on or what was being done with my documents, I
requested to use the toilet, in
the hope that I would find a
cell phone to borrow and call
my family to inform them of
what was happening, but the officer posted outside the
room refused and ordered me
to sit down. I continued asking to use the
toilet for over 10 minutes until
she finally allowed me to go
and answer the call of nature. I
eventually found a telephone
and then called my elder sister in Nigeria, explained the
situation to her and asked her
to inform my mother. Once my
mother was informed, she
contacted my university and
her Ukrainian liaison agent in Kiev and requested that they
assist by purchasing a ticket on
my behalf for Kiev, which
would enable me to leave for
Ukraine from Istanbul. The ticket was swiftly
purchased and I was forwarded
the “PNR number” by phone. I
then proceeded to Egypt air’s
transit desk and explained
what had happened. I gave the lady on duty the PNR number
for new ticket and requested
her to assist me check-in for
the flight to Ukraine. She
refused to entertain my
explanation and told me they would send me back to Nigeria,
no matter what I did.
Travel / Re: North Cyprus by TeamclicksAir: 9:52am On Sep 12
flowales: Does Emirates fly to ercan international airport. And is it advisable to buy one way . My brother is going to northern Cyprus.
They do not fly directly. But you can do your booking with them while they transfer you to another plane(Atlasjet or Turkish Airline) in istabul. you need not worry about the transfer as all is done for you. however i will recommend Turkish Airline from Nigeria as that comes with just one stop over and the flight time is shorter.
 
Travel / Re: DV 2014 Winners Meet Here by Cynthia4real: 1:38pm On Sep 11
cute2014: Also to the preceeding lists,u may want to add:

Bottled groundnuts,Semolina,pap,snail(fried),hair attachments like Expressions,and Medicines like antimalarials and broad spectrum antibiotics.Also Robb and/or Aboniki balm.

For those with kids:Their backpack should contain cereals(dried),powdered milk,bread(toast) with a spread,bowl,apples,cookies (u'll get hot water in the plane)and a jacket.This is necessary if the airline serves an unfamiliar food.I can just imagine the twins when they eat,whatever they've eaten and no matter how late they must still step down with Golden morn cereal.Lol!

Also; u may want to do both ur natioanl drivers' licence and the int'l driver's licence as it depends on the state u are going to.LEARN HOW TO DRIVE BEFORE TRAVELLING!!!

As for graduate school;u need to do ur transcripts,some did via WES,don't av much details as it does not apply to me.

For women; Learn how to make hair.I am taking 1-2hrs on days I'm not on call to do this as my almost 6years' old girl is so fashion conscious when it comes to hair so I nd to be able to keep up wt her and also save money.

Also don't run down ur electronic gadgets' battery down,sm1 mentioned ds but do not know why.


Yes,ur passports AND medicals MUST be in ur handbag!!!

Most impt advice I got was to save and never try to borrow,except for Mortgage as an example.Live within your budget!!!
Nice one,thank u very much Madam.this infor is of grt help to us.
Travel / Re: DV 2014 Winners Meet Here by Dekonjay(f): 9:13pm On Sep 09
cute2014: Also to the preceeding lists,u may want to add:

Bottled groundnuts,Semolina,pap,snail(fried),hair attachments like Expressions,and Medicines like antimalarials and broad spectrum antibiotics.Also Robb and/or Aboniki balm.

For those with kids:Their backpack should contain cereals(dried),powdered milk,bread(toast) with a spread,bowl,apples,cookies (u'll get hot water in the plane)and a jacket.This is necessary if the airline serves an unfamiliar food.I can just imagine the twins when they eat,whatever they've eaten and no matter how late they must still step down with Golden morn cereal.Lol!

Also; u may want to do both ur natioanl drivers' licence and the int'l driver's licence as it depends on the state u are going to.LEARN HOW TO DRIVE BEFORE TRAVELLING!!!

As for graduate school;u need to do ur transcripts,some did via WES,don't av much details as it does not apply to me.

For women; Learn how to make hair.I am taking 1-2hrs on days I'm not on call to do this as my almost 6years' old girl is so fashion conscious when it comes to hair so I nd to be able to keep up wt her and also save money.

Also don't run down ur electronic gadgets' battery down,sm1 mentioned ds but do not know why.


Yes,ur passports AND medicals MUST be in ur handbag!!!

Most impt advice I got was to save and never try to borrow,except for Mortgage as an example.Live within your budget!!!

Thanks dear especially for the tips concerning children. You couldn't have said it better. I would also suggest parents take along books, pencils, crayons or light toys, that won't be a problem at security check, to keep their little ones occupied as children tend to get bored easily.

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Travel / Re: DV 2014 Winners Meet Here by Adeboy007(m): 8:58pm On Sep 09
cute2014: Also to the preceeding lists,u may want to add:

Bottled groundnuts,Semolina,pap,snail(fried),hair attachments like Expressions,and Medicines like antimalarials and broad spectrum antibiotics.Also Robb and/or Aboniki balm.

For those with kids:Their backpack should contain cereals(dried),powdered milk,bread(toast) with a spread,bowl,apples,cookies (u'll get hot water in the plane)and a jacket.This is necessary if the airline serves an unfamiliar food.I can just imagine the twins when they eat,whatever they've eaten and no matter how late they must still step down with Golden morn cereal.Lol!

Also; u may want to do both ur natioanl drivers' licence and the int'l driver's licence as it depends on the state u are going to.LEARN HOW TO DRIVE BEFORE TRAVELLING!!!

As for graduate school;u need to do ur transcripts,some did via WES,don't av much details as it does not apply to me.

For women; Learn how to make hair.I am taking 1-2hrs on days I'm not on call to do this as my almost 6years' old girl is so fashion conscious when it comes to hair so I nd to be able to keep up wt her and also save money.

Also don't run down ur electronic gadgets' battery down,sm1 mentioned ds but do not know why.


Yes,ur passports AND medicals MUST be in ur handbag!!!

Most impt advice I got was to save and never try to borrow,except for Mortgage as an example.Live within your budget!!!


marymary14: Due to recent threat in terrorism,the United States has put up some measures to curb it, thus they'll require every traveller to power up electronic devices eg: phones,laptops and all other devices they require.. failure to do so will result in confiscation of gadgets or deportation... as for the medication @cute2014 do we not require some form of prescription?

Well said from both Cute 2014 and Marry, I think dis is getting interesting like before, Marry has said exactly wat I wanna clear cute as per d reason u need to let ur electronic devices be fully charged on getting to d POE.
Travel / Re: DV 2014 Winners Meet Here by marymary14(f): 8:27pm On Sep 09
Due to recent threat in terrorism,the United States has put up some measures to curb it, thus they'll require every traveller to power up electronic devices eg: phones,laptops and all other devices they require.. failure to do so will result in confiscation of gadgets or deportation... as for the medication @cute2014 do we not require some form of prescription?
cute2014: Also to the preceeding lists,u may want to add:

Bottled groundnuts,Semolina,pap,snail(fried),hair attachments like Expressions,and Medicines like antimalarials and broad spectrum antibiotics.Also Robb and/or Aboniki balm.

For those with kids:Their backpack should contain cereals(dried),powdered milk,bread(toast) with a spread,bowl,apples,cookies (u'll get hot water in the plane)and a jacket.This is necessary if the airline serves an unfamiliar food.I can just imagine the twins when they eat,whatever they've eaten and no matter how late they must still step down with Golden morn cereal.Lol!

Also; u may want to do both ur natioanl drivers' licence and the int'l driver's licence as it depends on the state u are going to.LEARN HOW TO DRIVE BEFORE TRAVELLING!!!

As for graduate school;u need to do ur transcripts,some did via WES,don't av much details as it does not apply to me.

For women; Learn how to make hair.I am taking 1-2hrs on days I'm not on call to do this as my almost 6years' old girl is so fashion conscious when it comes to hair so I nd to be able to keep up wt her and also save money.

Also don't run down ur electronic gadgets' battery down,sm1 mentioned ds but do not know why.


Yes,ur passports AND medicals MUST be in ur handbag!!!

Most impt advice I got was to save and never try to borrow,except for Mortgage as an example.Live within your budget!!!

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Travel / Re: DV 2014 Winners Meet Here by cute2014: 5:50pm On Sep 09
Also to the preceeding lists,u may want to add:

Bottled groundnuts,Semolina,pap,snail(fried),hair attachments like Expressions,and Medicines like antimalarials and broad spectrum antibiotics.Also Robb and/or Aboniki balm.

For those with kids:Their backpack should contain cereals(dried),powdered milk,bread(toast) with a spread,bowl,apples,cookies (u'll get hot water in the plane)and a jacket.This is necessary if the airline serves an unfamiliar food.I can just imagine the twins when they eat,whatever they've eaten and no matter how late they must still step down with Golden morn cereal.Lol!

Also; u may want to do both ur natioanl drivers' licence and the int'l driver's licence as it depends on the state u are going to.LEARN HOW TO DRIVE BEFORE TRAVELLING!!!

As for graduate school;u need to do ur transcripts,some did via WES,don't av much details as it does not apply to me.

For women; Learn how to make hair.I am taking 1-2hrs on days I'm not on call to do this as my almost 6years' old girl is so fashion conscious when it comes to hair so I nd to be able to keep up wt her and also save money.

Also don't run down ur electronic gadgets' battery down,sm1 mentioned ds but do not know why.


Yes,ur passports AND medicals MUST be in ur handbag!!!

Most impt advice I got was to save and never try to borrow,except for Mortgage as an example.Live within your budget!!!

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Travel / Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedure? by ahaika23: 3:11pm On Sep 09
Kalango: I had my 2 sons in the US (Houston and California). For the first, i paid about $12,000 and for the second i paid $5800!!! The reason for the difference, better planning.

You can get affordable hospitals that charge about $3000 for delivery and doctors that charge about $2000 to $2500. Inboth cases, i had the epidurial so it was stress free labour:-)

@Dance with; When calling, you dont need to tell them you are an international patient, just say you live in another city and will be coming over at whatever weeks to have the baby cos you'll be staying with your sisiter or whatever.

@ BabaOlu; the US immigration can be harsh especially when the plane comes with loads of Naija pple. We are unfortunately notorious for not paying our bills or taking medicare which is wrong, so they are on the offensive. However, i got in twice and since my last baby in 2009, 4 of my friends have had thiers too following my advice. One tip is to re-route your ticket so you leave the intl connecting country a few hours after the main flight most nigerians would take, that way you arrive the US without the bulk of Nigerians. Secondly, i dont advice going through Atlanta or New York cos most direct flights from Lagos land there, so they are well prepared.
Any more questions, i'm always available.
Travel / Re: DV 2014 Winners Meet Here by Dekonjay(f): 12:08pm On Sep 09
marymary14: Thanks for the insight. It's such a relief...what about personal items?

For me that's the most difficult part, personal items. Mostly clothes, toiletries, school diplomas/certificates/transcript, work employment references, small items We don't want to do without.
For the clothes, the weather is not really cold now (depending on where you are headed) but I would advice to carry along some sweaters, jeans trousers and/or jackets and winter coat. These will serve also on the plane as it tends to be cold due to air conditioning. If you work in an office, I would advice a couple of your suits, as you probably don't want to spend money shopping instantly if you already have something good in your wardrobe. If you like native wear, take a couple of those too. Don't forget casual shoes, easy comfy shoes, and sneakers.
I would advice to leave passports and all important documents in your hand luggage that way you always have them at hand.

Will add more ideas later.
Travel / Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 6 by sabiguy(m): 12:43am On Sep 09
igbonerd:

I applied for a B1/B2 visa and have an interview coming up on Thursday (9/11/2013). This is my first time and as such, I need a couple clarifications:
-I'm currently serving and I made that known in my application. Got an approved leave letter from my boss. Would that hold up when they ask what my home ties are?
-I'm going on the strength of an American friend's invitation. He is going to foot the entire bill from the round trip plane ticket to the cost of my stay there. He's a tax-paying citizen with a well-paying job. Would that raise any red flag with them?
-Should he send his the letter of invitation, his affidavit of sponsorship, his bank statement, etc, directly to the consulate or to me?

Please, I'd appreciate your response and that of the house in general. Bless up.

Red Flags***

**You r currently serving plus leave letter from your boss... That's not what they mean by ties cuz its easy to forget about your nysc the moment you step into Yankee... Ties can be something that will always make you come back regardless

**American citizen sponsoring you and footing your bills... Really Who is The American citizen? What is ur relationship with the american citizen ? Why is he inviting you? Why would he foot your bills? You r going to be a liability on another American!

Those are the things I'm afraid might be running in the consular's head 'based' on your story above

All the best!!
Travel / Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 6 by igbonerd(m): 12:30am On Sep 09
imperiouxx:

My brother, please bear with me. I'm always on the move but I will reply you today. It's just 8:43 am now.

I applied for a B1/B2 visa and have an interview coming up on Thursday (9/11/2013). This is my first time and as such, I need a couple clarifications:
-I'm currently serving and I made that known in my application. Got an approved leave letter from my boss. Would that hold up when they ask what my home ties are?
-I'm going on the strength of an American friend's invitation. He is going to foot the entire bill from the round trip plane ticket to the cost of my stay there. He's a tax-paying citizen with a well-paying job. Would that raise any red flag with them?
-Should he send his the letter of invitation, his affidavit of sponsorship, his bank statement, etc, directly to the consulate or to me?

Please, I'd appreciate your response and that of the house in general. Bless up.
Travel / Re: Top 10 Air Travel Companies With Most Plane Crashes In 2014 by didi79: 3:41pm On Sep 06
it doesnt matter how many times Dana crashed, there was a crash anyway undecided... the person who wrote this tread said plane crash in 2014 but most of the airlines on the list were over and about 20 years ago.. biko stop the yeye misleading topic jare undecided, on top of the 2014 you no include Malaysian airline that crashed and killed over 600 innocent souls.. embarassed
Travel / US Plane Crashes In Jamaica by TheIROKO(m): 3:17pm On Sep 06
Washington - Jamaican officials say an unresponsive US
plane has crashed on the island.
The plane travelled more than 2 253km over the Atlantic
Ocean and into the Caribbean on Friday afternoon, with a
fighter-jet escort unable to help.
The plane took off at 8.45am from the Greater Rochester
International Airport in New York, according to officials. Air
traffic controllers were last able to contact the pilot of the
Socata TBM700, a single-engine turboprop, at 10am, the
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said in a statement.
The pilot, who was not identified, had filed a flight plan with
the FAA to fly from Rochester to Naples, Florida.
SOURCE. http://www.iol.co.za/news/world/us-plane-crashes-in-jamaica-1.1747031
Travel / Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 6 by Amefrica(m): 12:50pm On Sep 06
Hey everyone! Here's my own memoir. Sorry it's coming late..

While checking in, an immi officer said I've got to pay for the foods I'm carrying, I told him, I had no Naira on me anymore, he said I should bring dollars, well my dad came around and he showed the man his ID card (police), the immi officer quickly released me. Hahaahaha! grin Fear fear

Our plane took off from Lagos around 1:30pm (Tuesday), so we reached Ethiopia at night, it was 5hrs flight tho - Ethiopia is 2hrs ahead of Nigeria. From Ethiopia we headed to Rome in Italy(technical stop) no one was allowed to come down shaa. It seemed they were refueling..

From Rome we began the real journey to Canada (Toronto). We spent about 5-6hrs crossing the Atlantic Ocean, my heart
was just pounding, it left my chest and went to my stomach - the worst part was when the Captain made an announcement
that it was too cloudy and stuff that he couldn't see anything but said everything was under control, I nearly pooed for body. grin

I didn't enjoy my 2nd flight to Toronto at all, I was seated in the middle of 2 arugbos (oldies). A man and woman! We just bone
talk till we reach Canada. We got to to Toronto 8:30am (their time) which is like 1:30pm 9ja time.

***Port of Entry*** When we got in, I and a nairalander were sorting our luggage and after every every we proceeded. Got on a queue, Nigerians and others were separated from US citizens..

The immi officer sef scare me, he asked why I haven't paid my fees, I told him I'd be paying in person at the school's accounting
office the following day. He asked if I had the cash, I said no but I have my MasterCard where my money is. He said OK!

He started typing and staring at my letter of acceptance as well as my passport, me just bone face nii and for inside I don dey worry say wetin dey happen oga. He asked my
names, DOB and asked me to give him my proof of funds, I sharply comot my sponsor's SOAs (business and personal).

He asked whose account was it and I said my uncle. Na so e talk say make I excuse am for a min, e go inside (for my mind
- I don melt finish, see as I dey shake), na so e just come out with a long paper and as I see maple leaves (Canny logo) on top, my mind come down, it was my study permit and work permit. Hin just tear am, staple am with my passport and stamped it. He
gave it to me and said "make your parents proud" I winked and said "most definitely".

I missed my flight to Charlottetown, and I was booked for another in another 2hrs. While chilling with Toronto's airports wifi, a, cute, pretty woman came around, sat beside me and asked if I could help her connect her iPad with the wifi. I said sure and helped her ...na so she start to dey follow me talk, coincidentally she lives in downtown (not far to my school), she asked my age and told she has 2 daughters who are 17 and 20 respectively..

She gave me her phone no and address, and told me to visit her when I'm free - I will go there today wink It was time for us to board, I helped her with one of her bags, when we entered the connecting flight (AirCanada), I noticed I was the only black, chai but just before the plane moved a black girl also entered, her seat was beside me, she was holding a Galaxy S5, I tried to initiate a chat, she just dey form attitude, na so I leave am to her destiny..

2hrs later we got to Charlottetown, my new friend (the white woman) bid me a 'goodbye' as we entered the arrival/departure hall, a guy walked up to me and asked if I was ..... ..... .... He was a volunteer from the school to pick me up at the airport. We got outside and met the black girl, the guy walked up to her and asked her name, she first felt reluctant and it took her a while to say 'Busola', well the guy asked if she was a student of the school, she said yes, and the guy asked if she wouldn't mind him to drop her to where she was going. She refused bluntly.

Well, while putting my bags in the guy's car, she came around and asked for the guy's phone rudely, the guy didn't mind and gave her, she called *in yoruba language*, the guy on the other end told her, he wouldn't be able to pick her up at that time. She later asked the guy to pls drop her, well we entered the car and the guy first carry her go the place - she got down the car and found it hard to say "Thanks", na she sabi. The guy got pissed and later told me, that's how Nigerians girl (not all) do in diaspora. He advised me not to date a black girl oo grin say dem carry their mentality come here..

Canadians friendly die! Chai.. I remember while I was pulling my luggage, a woman asked me to stop and wait for a min, b4 I could say jack, she brought a cart - they're fond of holding doors for people to enter, they don't find it hard to say sorry when they bumped into you.

My first day in class, I was the only black guy in the class, I shaa concentrate, I answered 3 questions asked by the lecturer perfectly and I got applauded by the whole class ...I con dey feel like a boss grin These people be pronouncing my name "Kunle" as "Kuli" embarassed hehehehe

Yesterday, I got my SIN (Social Insurance Number) called SSN in US, I can work off-campus 20hrs/week during academic sessions and full-time during breaks, I can work unlimited hrs on campus both during academic sessions and breaks.

I've made many friends tho. 2 guys from China, 1 girl from India, 3 british girls an American guy, 2 Portuguese girls. These girls are just hot, they like me like die. One Korean girl has been given green light since first day of class, but her teeth too big embarassed I'm sorry dear.. I got my student ID card and transportation is free for me now wink

Ethiopian Airlines is just superb ...I was counting how many times they were bringing food, but lost count at some point.

Canada is just too beautiful and serene, where I am now is like a paradise. This place makes me curse our leaders in Nigeria everyday. cry cry

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Travel / Re: Top 10 Air Travel Companies With Most Plane Crashes In 2014 by gatiano: 12:04pm On Sep 06
air france! most casuality, e ma wo prejudice! all european airline has the most falling and crashing plane. ma wo bi won se wa ero. (see as they dey look for market).
Travel / Re: Top 10 Air Travel Companies With Most Plane Crashes In 2014 by NaLaugh: 6:03am On Sep 06
plane crashes are crazy
Travel / Re: BREAKING: Another Crash! Plane Crashes In Water Towards Jamaica. by Lucasbalo(m): 3:16am On Sep 06
That's the result of decompression . The air from outside at that altitude getting inside the airplane is very deadly. The same thing happened to a famous Golfer few years ago and everyone in that plane died . It's a very rare occurrence. One of the things people that flies faces. May the souls of the departed rest in peace.
Travel / Re: Top 10 Air Travel Companies With Most Plane Crashes In 2014 by lalasticlala(m): 11:22pm On Sep 05
1. Iran Air

Iran Air suffered with 10 air crashes. During the past five years, this airline has seen no major success just because its repute has been damaged seriously. In 1988, a severe air crash took the lives of more than 300 people.



http://top10for.com/top-10-air-travel-companies-plane-crashes-2014/
Travel / Top 10 Air Travel Companies With Most Plane Crashes In 2014 by lalasticlala(m): 11:12pm On Sep 05
Death is mandatory, but when it occurs all of a sudden it really becomes a historical incident. Such an incident is unforgettable for the people for years and years. Usually the people who lose their lives instreet accidents and plane crashesare remembered in the history. Since the time the planes came into being, the crashes were accompanied. History is full with planecrashes which took place due to one reason or another. Below we have mentioned the top 10 air travel companies with most plane crashes in 2014.

10. China Airlines

China Airlines is famous all over China for its affordable and amazing services. But this airline is also known to have faced many plane crashes. During 2014, over six incidents have occurred with its planes. Another incident of the history is 2002’s accident that took place during the voyage Taiwan-Hong Kong and killed over 250 passengers.

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Travel / Re: Nigerian Students In The Uk How Do You Survive? by spikesC(m): 10:28pm On Sep 05
TeamclicksAir:
someones leg gonna be roasted

lol...but am serious, i didn't feel a thing.
Maybe it was the actually plane we took.
Travel / BREAKING: Another Crash! Plane Crashes In Water Towards Jamaica. by adidison(m): 8:17pm On Sep 05
The small unresponsive plane that flew south over the United States into the Caribbean Sea has crashed off the coast of Jamaica, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.
F-15 pilots tracking the unresponsive plane could see, before the small plane's windows frosted, a pilot slumped over, a NORAD official said. The official said one or two other people are believed to be on board, though the number has not been confirmed.
The pilot of the unresponsive plane stopped responding to radio calls at about 10 a.m. ET, the FAA said.
[Original story, published 2:04 p.m.]

A Cuban fighter jet Friday was trailing a small aircraft that was unresponsive over the Atlantic Ocean and flying south of Cuba, NORAD said.
U.S. authorities say that do not believe the plane poses a security threat and that the pilot and occupants may be incapacitated.
There appear to be two pilots aboard the unresponsive plane, a federal aviation source told CNN. The source described the pilots as unconscious.
What is hypoxia?
The U.S. military launched a pair of jet fighters to trail the aircraft, but the U.S. planes broke off before reaching Cuban airspace 12 miles off the island's coast, NORAD said. The plane was cruising about 25,000 feet.

Ted Soliday, executive director of the Naples, Florida, airport where the plane was headed, told CNN that he did not know how many people were on board the six-seat aircraft. It's believed the plane could be running out of fuel.
"Once it gets up that high, it can cruise at good speed with low fuel use," he said.
Two F-15s had been flying with the plane east of Florida. The windows, according to a NORAD spokesman, were frosted and it was unknown how much fuel was left.
"We do not know the people or what their condition is," Soliday said. "They been flying for almost five hours. That's a long time for that aircraft."
NORAD was in touch with Cuban authorities via the U.S. Coast Guard. The U.S. military jets will not enter Cuban airspace, a NORAD spokesman said.
The Socata TBM-700 light business and utility aircraft departed from Rochester, New York, with a flight plan to land in Naples, NORAD said. But the plane's occupants did not respond to communication attempts.

http://edition.cnn.com/2014/09/05/us/norad-air-threat/index.html?hpt=hp_t2

Very very bad year for Aviation Industry
Travel / Re: German Embassy And Visa by jahjehova(m): 9:48am On Sep 05
phucado: Thanks everyone o. Thanks to the dude that talked of confirmation sent to spam mail. I checked my spam mail imediatel and saw my confirmation there.
This is how I did my transfer.
I opened a savings account with union bank. Credited the account with about 1.835 M
Went to the bank and told them about the transfer I wanted to do . The friend in charge gave me a form called FORM A to fill of which I filled in the details. In the mode of transfer section of the form, I wrote TELEGRAPHIC TRANSFER. After that, he gave me a plane sheet of paper where I wrote a letter addressed to the branch manager, asking him/her to debit from my account the naira equivalent of 8090Euros and credit it to my deustchebank account( at this point I filled in all the details in the letter sent by deustchebank as confirmation for opening account with them). I also wrote the purpose of payment as fees and living cost for visa.
After that, I gave the man soft copies of the following;
1. my admission letter
2. letter sent by deustchebank confirming my account opening.
3. Scanned international passport
4. First degree certificate.
After submitting all these documents and doing all that, I left.
The exchange rate used for me was 219.5
Charges were okay.
I didn't buy any euro from anywhere or anyone
I have got my confirmation of deposit stating my account was credited with 8105 Euros.
Thanks all.

This is good. So everybody can go t Union ban for theirs First, Access and GTbanks refused to do this for me. I had to do blackmarket.
However, If you don't want Either of the above, get to banks that serve as RIA agents. Ask to do a RIA transfer. They will tell you that they can only receive money. Tell them that the rules have changed and that they should cross check. There is a new rule granting RIA rights to send money from NIGERIA! I heard the advert on the radio in abuja just before I travelled. Don't allow the cashiers or CS agents to deceive you. Insist that you heard the advert sponsored by the CBN.

I spent about #1.93mill to fund my account using the blackmarket system when I could have used RIA to deliver straight to my Deustebank account directly.

Please be wise

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