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Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by Truckpusher(m): 12:32pm On Feb 06, 2015
My people make una no fear.
Na dem go tire.
By the time they see a 20yr old looking Nigerian claiming 40 yrs with sworn affidavit from our court they will understand that we can never be caged as long as we have our system here that works for us. grin
In the next one year they should expect every Nigerian coming to Dubai to be 40yrs and above. grin
Yeye laws for yeye people sha. cheesy

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Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by OlaPhils(m): 12:33pm On Feb 06, 2015
Fatalveli:
So UAE too is now counting themselves as a developed country, there supposed to be accepting people in their country with that their low population.
guy you are very funny oooo. These are people building and every day and night making sure that there any thing becomes the best. Guy they are more than developed

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Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by erico2k2(m): 12:34pm On Feb 06, 2015
UrennaNkoli:
Bad idea but why won't they do such when the influx of young nigerians into dubai is hitting an all time high. Dubai this, dubai that, yahoo boys dubai, runs girls dubai, go shopping dubai, buy cloth dubai, holiday dubai. They are tired of your wahala na. cheesy. Its a country dominated by islam and they have some strict and funny laws but nigerians too stubborn, they no dey hear word.
have U seen the Morocans runs girls.if U have U go kno say 9ja runs girls dey learn

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Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by Kx: 12:34pm On Feb 06, 2015
Nigerian "Christians" running to Islamic Dubai for everything while falling for the baseless propaganda dat GMB is coming to islamix nigeria.

Double standard redefined!

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Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by Burger01(m): 12:34pm On Feb 06, 2015
cheesy
Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by erico2k2(m): 12:35pm On Feb 06, 2015
OlaPhils:
guy you are very funny oooo. These are people building and every day and night making sure that there any thing becomes the best. Guy they are more than developed
guy name one thing produced in the UAE that we need in 9ja?
Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by credibleGod(m): 12:35pm On Feb 06, 2015
JayJustus:


when is he traveling??
he is already here in uae
Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by erico2k2(m): 12:36pm On Feb 06, 2015
Kx:
Nigerian "Christians" running to Islamic Dubai for everything while falling for the baseless propaganda dat GMB is coming to islamix nigeria.

Double standard redefined!
bro demnjst made a huge mistake.Biz will move to china

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Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by Nobody: 12:36pm On Feb 06, 2015
Misogynist2014:
Mummy
Yes my son.

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Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by ttmacoy: 12:36pm On Feb 06, 2015
Money is not everything, maintaining the sanity of their country may be more important than the money Nigerians bring, besides there are loads of other tourists who come to Dubai and co.

onila:
Nigerians are one of their top customers

it does not make sense

Don't they want money

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Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by Nobody: 12:37pm On Feb 06, 2015
ELGREF:
plss when you get to 40 let me know, so that we can go together
I will my son.

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Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by halimat38(f): 12:37pm On Feb 06, 2015
Fatalveli:
So UAE too is now counting themselves as a developed country, there supposed to be accepting people in their country with that their low population.







pls do hear yourself out "as developed country "pls take that back and I think they are smelling something that me and you don't,you know your own leaders don't care about you don't mean they don't care about there own

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Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by onila(f): 12:38pm On Feb 06, 2015
bayocanny:

Why are u lamenting since, shey na dubai the only country in the world ni?
one of my fave destinations

Love looking at the Arab men n women in their hijab @ the mall
and also like looking at the nice cars

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Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by 2kris(m): 12:38pm On Feb 06, 2015
CoCoLav:
Just saw it. I think its about morality. Don't corrupt their country. cheesy

No more Dubai trips for runs girls
No more Dubai proposals too..you are either married or a brother/Sister.

I don't know why I find this really funny.
Sorry to all the genuine travellers and those who wish to 'disvirgin' their international passports with a Dubai trip.

angry angry angry
bad market for edo,tiv girls and some i5b guys
Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by credibleGod(m): 12:38pm On Feb 06, 2015
just get your uae double visa click .that is another way out if you av no sponsor
Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by Nobody: 12:39pm On Feb 06, 2015
datguru:


If I hear
grin

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Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by Nobody: 12:39pm On Feb 06, 2015
Thanks to gods, I am British grin

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Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by NaLaugh: 12:39pm On Feb 06, 2015
If it is true, then grin grin

Who's next to close their doors to Nigerians? ...South Africa?

That would be hilarious.

However, the only source provided here is some random blog.
Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by erico2k2(m): 12:39pm On Feb 06, 2015
onila:
Nigerians are one of their top customers

it does not make sense

Don't they want money
they will soon realize hkwmuxh 9ja contributes to thier Economy and the rest of Africa.something the west tried and dropped.
Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by ribbit: 12:40pm On Feb 06, 2015
ttmacoy:
It's painful to admit but compared to Naija Dubai, Qatar etc are very very developed. They used their oil money very well.

they didnt actually? what is the population of UAE? what about the land mass?
UAE has 10million people and land mass of aprox. 90,000sqkm. which means the entire country is not even up to oyo state. now compare that with 170million population and close to 1million/sqkm land mass.
and they produce almost the same number oil nigeria produces in a day. now compare that with population of if they really manage their economy well, they should atleast be among the 15 or 20 richest countries in the world.
they also have problems with corrupt elites, but no one could question them because their is no democracy.

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Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by ttmacoy: 12:40pm On Feb 06, 2015
Hmm I think you over estimate how much Nigerians spend in Dubai. Yes they spend money there but I don't think this will send them into recession or anything like that.

See below the top 10 nationalities that visit Dubai - Nigeria is not there so they will be fine, besides I doubt Nigerians even spend up to anything like the Chinese will spend and they come with less issues and stress than Nigerians.

Of this, Dubai’s top 10 hotel guest source markets were Saudi Arabia, India, UK, USA, Russia, Kuwait, Germany, Oman, Iran and China


Emmanuel602:
It will really affect their economy because a large chonck of their economy depends on the shoppings and luxurious trips Nigerians do in the UAE..... Since dem no want us, make we just stay and develop our country

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Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by Nobody: 12:42pm On Feb 06, 2015
Faibuhari:
poor student of current affairs, were you in the same class with GMB?
grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin

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Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by ttmacoy: 12:44pm On Feb 06, 2015
Yes we have more population, but you cannot tell me we have managed our oil wealth at all. Dubai even with the advantage of a smaller population have diversified their economy very very well.

Look at Qatar, developed Qatar air to turn their country into a travel hub, yet we do not have a functioning national carrier. look at financial services, I work for a consulting firm who is helping Qatar design and launch a financial hub. They have successfully diversified and developed their country. Yes they have lower population, but I can also argue that the fact we have a larger population should mean we should have the human resources and skills to develop our economy, but we haven't.

We made enough money from oil to invest in infrastructure and diversify our economy, but due to selfishness, greed and corruption we haven't.

ribbit:
they didnt actually? what is the population of UAE? what about the land mass?
UAE has 10million people and land mass of aprox. 90,000sqkm. which means the entire country is not even up to oyo state. now compare that with 170million population and close to 1million/sqkm land mass.
and they produce almost the same number oil nigeria produces in a day. now compare that with population of if they really manage their economy well, they should atleast be among the 15 or 20 richest countries in the world.
they also have problems with corrupt elites, but no one could question them because their is no democracy.


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Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by Misogynist2014(m): 12:44pm On Feb 06, 2015
softysparky:

Yes my son.
lol
Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by PAGAN9JA(m): 12:46pm On Feb 06, 2015
youmour:



Bros abeg share us the gist,wetin u see?

I will open a thread on it soon. With some pics (not too clear tho). Just follow me.
Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by Nobody: 12:47pm On Feb 06, 2015
ribbit:
they didnt actually? what is the population of UAE? what about the land mass?
UAE has 10million people and land mass of aprox. 90,000sqkm. which means the entire country is not even up to oyo state. now compare that with 170million population and close to 1million/sqkm land mass.
and they produce almost the same number oil nigeria produces in a day. now compare that with population of if they really manage their economy well, they should atleast be among the 15 or 20 richest countries in the world.
they also have problems with corrupt elites, but no one could question them because their is no democracy.




GUY OYO STATE IS 28000SQKM

AT 90,000SQKM, UAE IS BIGGER THAN THE LARGEST STATE IN NIGERIA, NIGER STATE WITH 75000SQKM

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Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by JayJustus(m): 12:50pm On Feb 06, 2015
credibleGod:

he is already here in uae


I also didn't believe it too...I think it's just a technique to scare away all these hustling niggas...and it's good...
Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by Emmanuel602(m): 12:51pm On Feb 06, 2015
Boss13:


Laughs. You think Nigerians are the only people going to Dubai?
a large percentage of people going to Dubai are Nigerians. Even you that is typing I know you are nursing of being there one day
Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by Nobody: 12:51pm On Feb 06, 2015
softysparky
Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by OlaPhils(m): 12:55pm On Feb 06, 2015
Trending:
choiiii.naija don hear am for this life...
wetin I wan go find for dat Islamic country??
I'd rather stay in naija,I know after 14th,The Arabians will b looking for passage to naija..
laughing, wake up guy. It may Arab country, I bet you, they tolorate no nonsense. In UAE, every thing is in order. This is a country were you can not fight on the street, unless you are ready to go back home. A country were every nationality is represent. Guy open your eyes. Churches are every were. People rent hotel ballroom for church services. Every one practice there religion freely

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Re: Uae Entry Restriction(s) For Nigerians by ribbit: 12:56pm On Feb 06, 2015
ttmacoy:
Yes we have more population, but you cannot tell me we have managed our oil wealth at all. Dubai even with the advantage of a smaller population have diversified their economy very very well.

Look at Qatar, developed Qatar air to turn their country into a travel hub, yet we do not have a functioning national carrier. look at financial services, I work for a consulting firm who is helping Qatar design and launch a financial hub. They have successfully diversified and developed their country. Yes they have lower population, but I can also argue that the fact we have a larger population should mean we should have the human resources and skills to develop our economy, but we haven't.

We made enough money from oil to invest in infrastructure and diversify our economy, but due to selfishness, greed and corruption we haven't.

i didnt say UAE didnt develop anything, the point was trying to make, they could hsvr done better with what they have. the lower the population with great natural resources, the bigger the advantages. the big population only becomes an advantage when there is less natural resources. human resources comes in.


you think nigeria wont be better than this if the entire country is the size of abuja and the population is not more than 10miilion without thousands of tribes to shi.it on each others head ? building the entire UAE is like Building a single in Nigeria.

im not making excuses for nigeria's failure to get things right, but the point is, UAE could have been better than its current state.

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