Hushpuppi: Dubai excludes Nigerians from applying for jobs, tourist visa

Hushpuppi: Dubai excludes Nigerians from applying for jobs, tourist visa

- After Hushpuppi's arrest, companies in Dubai have started excluding Nigerian applicants from job vacancies

- Apart from being blacklisted from applying for jobs in Dubai, Nigerians have also been barred from applying for tourist visa

- Recall that Huspuppi was arrested by Dubai police and extradited to the United States over fraud allegations

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Companies in Dubai have started excluding Nigerian applicants from vacancies after Ramon Olorunwa Abass popularly known as Hushpuppi was arrested in the United Arab Emirates.

Recall that Hushpuppi and other Nigerians were arrested for fraud in Dubai and extradited to the United States.

Legit.ng sighted some jobs advertised online and open to candidates of every nationality except Nigerians.

Dubai companies exclude Nigerian applicants from vacancies

After Hushpuppi's arrest, companies in Dubai have started excluding Nigerian applicants from job vacancies
Source: UGC

Apart from blacklisting Nigerians from applying for jobs in Dubai, the latter is also denying Nigerians tourist visa.

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In a letter sighted by Legit.ng, the UAE made it known that Nigerian passport holders are not permitted to obtain a tourism visa to the country in the meantime.

The letter read in part: "Dear Applicant, Thank you for contacting us. Unfortunately, your visa application has been rejected as Nigerian passport holders are not permitted to obtain a tourism visa to the UAE in the meantime.

Dubai companies exclude Nigerian applicants from vacancies

Nigerians are excluded from applying for jobs in Dubai
Source: UGC

"However, this may change at anytime as the permitted nationalities are updated frequently."

Dubai companies exclude Nigerian applicants from vacancies

Nigerians are barred from applying for Dubai tourist visa
Source: UGC

In other news, the past few weeks have been filled with horror for flamboyant Nigerian man Ramon Olorunwa Abass popularly known as Ray Hushpuppi following his arrest by the Dubai Police and extradition to the United States.

Hushpuppi is currently being held at the Metropolitan Correctional Centre (MCC) in Chicago and out of curiosity many are wondering what the holding facility looks like.

According to the description on the official website of the Federal Bureau of Prisons, the correctional facility was established in 1930 for the purpose of providing progressive and humane care for federal inmates.

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The MCC has a mix of male and female offenders with the total number of inmates currently at 567.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported how rare images of Cross River gorillas with multiple babies in Mbe mountains were captured by conservationists.

The images are proof that the subspecies once feared to be extinct is reproducing amid protection efforts.

John Oates who helped establish conservation efforts for the gorillas more than two decades ago was excited about the new images.

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