Coronavirus: Stranded Nigerians in Dubai Cry Out

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▪︎Some can't afford air ticket fares charged by Nigerian officials, .
▪︎Some have paid but have not been evacuated.
▪︎UAE has reduced their tourist visa from December 31st 2020 to August 10th 2020. Failure to leave on August 10th, they will be fined, and if they can't pay, they will be jailed.
▪︎ They lodged a complain at Nigerian Embassy in UAE, but the officials said they cannot help them, and even called Policemen on them.

Nigerians, please I want you to help us plead to Nigeria government we are stranded in Dubai and the evacuation flight is collecting 2500 Diram equivalent to N315,000 in Nigeria money.

We have been in this country since January.
We came with tourist visa and UAE government are giving us till August 10 to leave the country otherwise we will under obligation to pay a fine.
If we can't pay the fine, we will be jailed.
Please help us to plead with Nigeria government to assist us, even if we are going to pay at least airlines should reduce the money for us as we don't want to end our life in jail oooo
Before UAE's extended our visa to expire by December 31 2020 now they have reversed their law and it's now August 10.
We went to Nigeria Embassy today (22/07/2020) to lodge our complaint but the embassy officials said they cannot do anything. Even those that have paid them are yet to be evacuated.
Nigerian Embassy officials even called UAE Police officers on us.

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