Increased American Visa Fees On Nigerians To Remain For Now

The recently introduced reciprocity visa fees introduced by the U.S. government for Nigerians will remain for now.

This is because the American government is yet to be formally notified of any reduction by the Nigerian government, an official said.

PREMIUM TIMES reported how the U.S. introduced an increased visa fee on Nigerians, saying it was in retaliation for that introduced by the Nigerian government on Americans.

Following the announcement, the Nigerian government announced a reduction in visa fees for Americans.

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The U.S., however, says such is yet to be communicated to it.

“The U.S. Embassy looks forward to receiving official diplomatic communication regarding a new fee schedule for Americans seeking Nigerian visas. Until such time, and confirmation of implementation, the reciprocity fees for approved visas to the United States will remain in place”.

Japanese Company To Invest In 6 Projects In Zimbabwe

A Japanese company has expressed interest in Zimbabwe after singing an MOU(memorandum of understanding) with the government yesterday The Herald reports.  Afro Japanese Business Consultant, the Japanese company interested in Zimbabwe is eyeing these sectors.

  1. Health,
  2. Transport,
  3. Road Marking,
  4. Solar power plant,
  5. Production of industrial cannabis and
  6. Setting up an investment fund for Zimbabwe.

Mthuli Ncube and The President oversaw the signing of the MOU. Speaking after the signing of the MOU, the President welcomed Afro Japanese Business Consultants and said :

You are most welcome and I am happy that you want to cooperate with Zimbabwe; I am happy with the offer that you have made to set up a consulate establishment here in one of the cities in Japan because that will facilitate a lot of people to come and invest in Zimbabwe

Ghana Commissions Passport Office in Japan

Ghana has made another major move in extending passport services to its citizens around the world, with the commissioning of its biometric passport application centre and visa section at its Mission in Tokyo, Japan.

The centre was commissioned on Saturday, August 31, 2019, by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey.

It is located at Ghana’s Chancery.

Madam Ayorkor Botchey is in Japan for the 2019 Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD).

President Nana Akufo-Addo and several other African leaders including Liberia’s President, George Weah, are also attending the Conference.

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EFCC arrest 12 suspected internet fraudsters in a yahoo yahoo school in Lagos Nigeria

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has arrested 12 suspected Internet fraudsters in Lagos.

The suspects-Oluwaseun Ogunbunmi, Haruna Yusuf , Olubori Hassan, Wasiu Idowu, Basit Adeniran, Aina Olajuwon, Okafor Joseph, David Ado, Olamide Ogunseye, Opeyemi Ahmed , Monsuru Amao, Taiwo Rasak- were arrested on Thursday, August 29, 2019 in a rented three-bedroom apartment in the Ikotun area of Lagos, where they used as a Yahoo Yahoo school.

The arrest followed intelligence reports received from concerned members of the public about their alleged criminal activities.

During the raid, some of the suspects attempted to flee by hiding on the roof of their apartment.

Items recovered from the suspects include laptops and mobile phones.

The suspect will soon be charged to court.

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