COVID-19 Travels rules will not change for vaccinated travellers from Nigeria to England after new rules – says British High Commission Nigeria

The new travel rules coming into effect in the UK from 4am Monday 4th October 2021 will put Nigeria as part of “rest of the world” list.

However, while vaccinated travellers from some countries in the new list will not need to quarantine, travellers from Nigeria will Continue reading

Nigerian head of banking operations, Adeyemi Opebiyi, sues U.K following visa refusal and deportation

A Nigerian man is suing the UK for revoking the visa he had being granted when he flew into Manchester airport from Nigeria.

Adeyemi Opebiyi, a Head of Operations at Sabi Micro Finance Bank Ltd is denied entry to UK despite visa issuance

Adeyemi Opebiyi, a Head of Operations at Sabi Micro Finance Bank Ltd according to his LinkedIn profile, says when he arrived at the UK border, he was stopped by Continue reading

What do athletes get when they win at the Olympics?

As the Tokyo 2020 Olympics draw to a close, and athletes having walked away with shiny gold, silver and bronze medals, we take a look at what they get in return for their exceptional sporting abilities.

Image by Gerhard G. from Pixabay

When athletes carry first, second and third in their area of sport, the International Olympic Committee(IOC) awards them with gold, silver and bronze medals – that’s where it Continue reading

How #EndSARS debate was secured for discussions in houses of UK Parliament

The #EndSARs debate secured discussion in UK parliamentary house on 23rd November 2020.

Silas Ojo, a British Nigerian, had created the petition on 12 October 2020 in response to protests by Nigerians worldwide to end the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).

Silas Ojo, a British Nigerian, created the petition in response to protests by Nigerians worldwide to end SARS.

It was not until the date, 20th October 2020, the day of the #LekkiMassacre did the petition become eligible for discussions in parliament.

How did it make it there? Continue reading

“We will continue to work with the Nigerian Government”: UK #EndSARS parliamentary discussions to sanction Nigeria leads to dead end

A group of MPs gathered in parliament on 23 November 2020 to address Diaspora Nigerians’ request to sanction certain known individuals within the Nigerian Government and security forces, following the #LekkiMassacre – that left an uncertified number of people dead.

Majority of the group, led by Rt Hon Theresa Villiers, the Conservative MP for Chipping Barnet, argued the case for Nigerian civilians to be heard since over Continue reading