- A man identified as Emmanuel Aramide has cried out after escaping jail time due to fake visa issues
- The man revealed that he paid for a genuine visa but was given a fake one by a pastor without his knowledge
- Aramide explained that he was under a series of investigations from the immigration in Dubai for three months
A Nigerian man who was duped by a pastor has cried out on social media. The man identified as Emmanuel Aramide revealed that the pastor issued a fake visa for him even though he paid for a genuine one.
The man took to his Facebook page to narrate his story. He explained that he was put was under a series of investigations from the immigration office in Dubai for three months due to the fake visa issue.
Aramide noted that he paid the pastor who is a visa agent a huge amount of money to get a genuine visa but he duped him and gave him a fake one.
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Not knowing what he had, Aramide proceeded to make his travel plans and ended up being taken in for investigation. The frustrated man expressed that he went through things that he cannot talk about because of the visa.
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According to him, many Nigerians just think about benefitting from others without thinking about the consequences. He said these Nigerians are giving the rest a bad name in the world.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that two Cameroonian sisters, Yamba Kinloga Lauren Raissa and Ngo Dingom Yolande Viave, were arrested by the operatives of a special tactical squad for allegedly stealing a man's car after lacing his drink.
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