Ashiru: Britain Yet to Communicate £3000 Visa Bond to Nigeria

olugbenga-ashiru1The federal government has said it is yet to receive any official communication from the United Kingdom (UK) over the plan to compel first time visitors from Nigeria to deposit a £3,000 cash bond before they can enter the UK.


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