Even though Nigeria has officially been declared 100% Ebola free, Nigerian nationals still face heavy travel restrictions to some nations. that1960chick.com recently revealed that Mauritius had banned entry to ALL Nigerians regardless if where they are traveling from and now we hear that the Namibian immigration office allegedly refused to grant P-Square visas to the country.
The duo were billed to perform at a grand musical show down organized by the Namibian Breweries Limited at Hage Geingob Stadium in Windhoek on Saturday Sept.28, with VIP tickets already sold-out.
The concert was set to kick off the group’s “Double Trouble” tour.
Due to the country’s strict border laws disallowing people from Ebolainfected nations entry into Namibia, PSquare was refused a visa.
According to starafrica.com, the Nigerian High Commissioner to Namibia, Biodun Nathaniel Olorufemi confirmed to Namibian Sun on Wednesday that P-Square’s visa application to travel to Namibia was rejected by the country’s High Commission in Nigeria.
Psquare’s publicist, Bayo Adetu – in a phone chat with Pulse – said,
I have no idea about that… The boys are travelling. However, everybody just needs to be careful
Na wa o. Why invite an artiste to perform in your country if you won’t grant them visas? Using Ebola as an excuse isn’t necessary since Africa and the world are aware that Nigeria has been declared Ebola free.