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The United State of America, USA, has placed visa ban on Nigeria and other countries for 2022. The visa ban states that Nigerians and citizens of other affected countries would not be eligible to apply for a particular US Visa come 2022.
Nigerian government has, on Monday 17th of August, 2020, resumed international flights after the country closed it following the outbreak and spread of Corona Virus, Covid-19, across the globe.
The Nigerian federal government has said that it will reopen the nation's airspace for international flights in 'a matter of weeks'.
Lai Mohammed, who is Nigeria’s Minister of Information and Culture, has said that the $500m loan which his ministry is requesting for approval from the Nigerian senate is to help place one of the country’s official broadcast media, The Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) at par with the likes of global media like the Cable news Network (CNN).
Motorists plying Lekki-Ikoyi Toll Plaza, who wish to pay cash, will now pay N1000 as fine. This is after the Lagos State Government has pushed for cashless transactions at the toll, as penalty will begin from today, January 20, 2020.
A Japanese billionaire, Yusaku Maezawa, is looking for a girlfriend he can take on a trip to the moon. He launched an advert online, saying he is looking for a girlfriend who will fly around the Moon with him on a SpaceX rocket.
The government of Canada invited 85,300 candidates across the globe to apply for Canadian Permanent Residency in 2019. This was lower than the 89,800 Invitations to Apply (ITAs) issued in the previous year.
Video shows a multiple accident scene at Otedola Bridge section of the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway. At least two persons have been reported dead following the accidents.
Ghana is the latest country to be granted a visa-free status by the South African government.
Travellers to the United States will soon have to submit their social media identities, previous telephone numbers and email addresses, a measure that could touch 10 million people per year.