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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by OBAGADAFFI: 9:12pm On Jul 05
Is Nigerian Immigration service rejecting cards from Nigeria?
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by majamajic(m): 9:13pm On Jul 05
iyatrustee:
Isn't it strange that display is on the website of Nigeria Immigration service? Are you trying to renew from overseas?

Canada as u can see
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by Simplyleo: 9:13pm On Jul 05
See what Illicit drug dealers have caused. undecided
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by Firstorderwizard(m): 9:13pm On Jul 05
God, why do I deserve this punishment
Why create me a Nigerian
I'm not asking for much,
At least Botswana or even Namibia would have been better

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by ThisCouldBeUs: 9:14pm On Jul 05
undecided
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by adelnehis(m): 9:14pm On Jul 05
Cool

Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by morris477(m): 9:14pm On Jul 05
Bubu is not taking any chances he is fighting corruption online
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by Asadujames202(m): 9:15pm On Jul 05
Make the shit hole collapse



Nobody cares
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by Ijaya123: 9:15pm On Jul 05
Deltayankeeboi:
Blame it on your elected officials not innocent yahoo boys hustling for a better future that the corrupt government could not provide.

Really? Another fraudster spotted.

Did you say innocent Yahoo boys? You must be a joke.

Your so called innocent boys left Nigeria for another country that the government is not corrupt but they still ended up doing fraud.

Nigeria is not the problem, fraud is in their blood.

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by noblealuu: 9:15pm On Jul 05
Deltayankeeboi:
Blame it on your elected officials not innocent yahoo boys hustling for a better future that the corrupt government could not provide.

There's no justification for fraudulently obtaining from someone elses' hard earned money. It's criminal. It's pilfering.

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by toplinetrtrend: 9:16pm On Jul 05
Artiiclebeast:
When we have past and present governments who do not know how to pull their weights on the foreign policy scene.


Petition to Have The Nigerian Youths Step up to the Plate and take charge of their future - Sign the Petition! Please retweet and follow. https://www.change.org/NigerianYouthsTakingOver via @Change

When you say Nigerian youths, I hope you are not referring to pay per post ignoble fools like NGpatriot? grin grin. He has sold his soul to the devil and his case is irredeemable.

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by joyandfaith: 9:16pm On Jul 05
Deltayankeeboi:
Blame it on your elected officials not innocent yahoo boys hustling for a better future that the corrupt government could not provide.

See one of them. Why can yahoo go defraud CBN or firs?

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by Xda59: 9:17pm On Jul 05
dtsfynest:
Nothing strange here other than the merchant informing you that some international credit card companies "might" decline use of their credit cards on some Nigerian merchant sites. Just the way some Nigerian bank debit and credit cards dont work on some FX/ crypto currency trading sites. Asides that, some Nigerian merchants and especially this site may generally prefer debit card payments especially to counter cases of charge backs and stories associated with Credit cards.

Like I said. Nothing strange here.

Nothing strange but is it a good thing?

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by OBAGADAFFI: 9:17pm On Jul 05
majamajic:


Canada as u can see

That is wrong.

Is the NIS website domicile in Canada?

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by toplinetrtrend: 9:18pm On Jul 05
hammed71:
the problem is most of these voters who mostly live in the rural areas and who are mostly illiterates don't know these guys(sowore and co).
I just hope things don't get out of hand for us nigerians in the next few years, before e happen sef I for don japa.

Even those who are living in the city among them are not better.

The likes of NGpatriot, seunmsg, simplyleo, mannabbgrills, are they not living in cities? And are they not intentionally promoting corrupt and unpeogressive politicians?

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by Reex12(m): 9:18pm On Jul 05
It is well
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by afinotanjnr(m): 9:19pm On Jul 05
Deltayankeeboi:
Blame it on your elected officials not Innocent Yahoo boys hustling for a better future that the corrupt government could not provide.


Innocent yahoo boy
Is there no more talent and gift again?

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by Adedotguy: 9:19pm On Jul 05
angry
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by Nasir123(m): 9:19pm On Jul 05
What do you expect?!
This Country is FINISHED
.

Some of us have been experiencing similar things online for the past two years. But nobody cares.

We just dey start!

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by uuzba(m): 9:19pm On Jul 05
hammed71:
the problem is most of these voters who mostly live in the rural areas and who are mostly illiterates don't know these guys(sowore and co).
I just hope things don't get out of hand for us nigerians in the next few years, before e happen sef I for don japa.
Or we divide Nigeria into Educated Vs Non Educated.
Let the Educated run one part of the country and the non educated run another part of the country. Because this everyday mixup is not carrying us anywhere.

I'm just saying.

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by abuhari: 9:19pm On Jul 05
Nothing to worry about, just notify your bank about the transaction, they will enable the transaction to pass through. Just notify them, its normal no any cause of alarm. regards.

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by AnanseK(m): 9:20pm On Jul 05
Shedrack777:
vote me or any young man below the age of 40years as the next president come 2023 and nigeria will turn around for good

It’s your age group that are the yahoo boys

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by Empiree: 9:20pm On Jul 05
Hush is youth. All those scammers are youths. Change your condition before blaming govt. Govt can only do so much but without your cooperation as citizens their efforts are futile.

If a criminal is arrested in Nigeria by Nigeria law enforcement you bribe them to get you off the hook. If they reject your bribe you say Nigeria police are wicked. Why don't you think about facing consequences of your action and content with serving time behind bars?.

Remember, "you" in this context is universal "you".

Artiiclebeast:
When we have past and present governments who do not know how to pull their weights on the foreign policy scene.


Petition to Have The Nigerian Youths Step up to the Plate and take charge of their future - Sign the Petition! Please retweet and follow. https://www.change.org/NigerianYouthsTakingOver via @Change

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by ContractKiller: 9:21pm On Jul 05
And LiAR MUHAMMAD is more worried about DSTV charges. What a stupid country.

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by Simplyleo: 9:21pm On Jul 05
toplinetrtrend:


Even those who are living in the city among them are not better.

The likes of NGpatriot, seunmsg, simplyleo, mannabbgrills, are they not living in cities? And are they not intentionally promoting corrupt and unpeogressive politicians?

Abeg me na village I dey live o.

I no even know how city be sef.

Even my 30k BMC allowance, na cash dem dey carry am come give me for the hamlet wey I dey manage my poor life. undecided

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by OldSkoolHeadBoy: 9:22pm On Jul 05
Nothing new ! I guess you are just renewing your passport in Canada for the first time and you are just seeing this. Those guys are scammers over there. Actually, they use an agency based in New York to receive payments. If you call them, you will hear them speaking with Indian accent. They made me pay for the same passport twice because they claimed 32 page passport would not be available for a long time after I have paid for it. I was advised to apply for a 64 page passport by paying in full the second time. I have applied for a refund since January 3, 2020 and up till this moment the money has not been refunded despite my numerous emails asking for it.

My consolation is that I received the passport within two hours of visiting the embassy in Ottawa and I did not have to sleep in a hotel for several days and pay over and beyond the cost of the refund.


HappyCanadian:
Fellow Nigerians.. Things are getting messier and more serious.. I tried renewing my passport now but to my greatest surprise this is the message I saw about Nigerian applicants using Credit Card for payment. What is really going on?.. do they take every Nigerian to be a fraudster or what?.. I am not understanding!.. pls who can give a clearer explanation for the reason behind this instruction?? For better understanding read the part with the blue highlight..

We need to save this country make una come to the rescue of Nigeria.. we are finished internationally cry

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by 280Bracket: 9:22pm On Jul 05
Apart from the scammers, politicians are not helping matters.
Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by ProtectMyMoney: 9:22pm On Jul 05
This is how Hushpuppi affects every Nigerian...both born and unborn Children....continue supporting fraud...

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by Harrykn: 9:22pm On Jul 05
Nigeria Don cast brother, e go take time before we fix am finish. If you fit swim, just buy snacks were you go chop for road and swim to any country you can. No be one person go save the whole Nigeria.

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Re: What I Saw While Trying To Renew My Nigerian Passport by Alanzazani: 9:22pm On Jul 05
Coldie:
Lately on twitter I had to change my location from Nigeria to worldwide, if u are having a sincere discussion with a foreigner once u mention Nigeria that discussion is over.

Politicians are scamming citizens, citizens are scamming foreigners, the non smart citizens are becoming armed robbers and kidnappers.

U dae your own, dae mind your business d country just dae spoil left right centre back yard everywhere.

True that. Was discussing with an American via twitter. Once I mentioned I am a Nigerian I chop block. Scammers should be given the death penalty

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