The United Arab Emirates government has suspended Direct Employment Visa for Nigerians, because of the expanding pace of violations including Nigerians in the Middle-East country.
SaharaReporters gained from believable sources that the UAE police are looking for more Nigerian nationals and directing assaults and captures to get them imprisoned.
Sources noticed that this is the standard in Abu Dhabi especially.
“We as a whole are yelling that our nation is awful, and that our administration isn’t ascending to our necessities, which is valid, however our standing abroad is likewise quick declining because of our person.
“Fourteen days prior, a few Nigerians killed each other for childish reasons at Sharjah, and another simply occurred here in Abu Dhabi, when a few people went to an Arab man’s home, killed him, his better half and removed a gigantic measure of cash from them.
“The UAE government is currently following each Nigerian in Abu Dhabi and they have additionally prohibited each Direct Employment Visa from Nigeria until additional notification,” the source said.
“For like multi week, this city (Abu Dhabi) has been hot. They (the police) are simply capturing anybody without hesitation now. There was a clique occurrence where Nigerian religion individuals hacked each other in a space in Abu Dhabi here. It’s difficult. Starting yesterday (Monday), they have put limitations on visas for Nigerians. For the time being, no work grant for Nigerians in UAE by and large. The emergency began from Sharjah and last week in Abu Dhabi,” another Nigerian told SaharaReporters.
SaharaReporters had revealed in January 2021 that the UAE captured and kept, without arraignment, numerous Nigerians in a progression of sting tasks designated at unpredictable travelers.
The UAE security agents had assaulted the homes of numerous African transients, a large portion of whom are Nigerians, living in towns including Al Qouz, Abu Hail, Sharjah, Al Barsha, and Deira.
As per a casualty, around 80% of the people captured are legitimate occupants while the leftover 20 are those with either visit visas or visa-related issues.
At the point when reached, the Chairperson of Nigerians In Diaspora Commission, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, had said the influenced people would need to liaise with the mission in UAE for more data.
Another survivor of the capture in UAE validated the public authority’s clarification yet clarified that some remained back in light of the fact that their movement reports were retained by their bosses.
Crime percentages have been increasing among Nigerians in the UAE.
SaharaReporters had on February 22, 2021, revealed that a 33-year-old Indian man in Dubai was denied of Rs 55,30,806 by a group of four Nigerian ladies subsequent to being attracted into a phony back rub parlor through a dating application.
The case was heard at the Dubai Court of First Instance.
As indicated by Dubai Police, three Nigerian ladies were captured from Sharjah after escalated examinations, while a fourth lady was still on the loose.
The three Nigerian litigants have been accused of burglary, giving dangers, keeping the casualty powerfully restricted inside a condo, and prostitution.