Former spokesman to Presidential Candidate of the People’s Democratic Party, Daniel Bwala, has asked the President to apologize to Nigerians.
Reacting to the news of the alleged cessation of the visa ban by the United Arab Emirates on Nigerians after the intervention of the President, he said the news was misleading.
In a tweet posted by him via his official X account, he pointed that the news was misleading.
The tweet read:
“NIGERIA V DUBAI VISA AND FLIGHT RESTRICTION SAGA
Unless @officialABAT President Tinubu deliberately intends to mislead Nigeria and Nigerians, there is an urgent need for the President to apologize to Nigeria and Nigerians for the falsehood contained in a statement issued by his media aid. That statement was circulated to both local and international news media who themselves went ahead and published the falsehood. National disgrace
Retweet until it gets to Mr President.”
The news of the visa ban cessation hit the media waves barely 24 hours reporting that the visa ban on Nigerians had been lifted.
However, the Presidency made a clarification today adding that talks were ongoing to lift the visa ban. After a meeting between President Bola Ahmed Tinubu and Sheik Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.