Japa: UK establishes another visa centre in Nigeria

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The United Kingdom (UK) has established another visa centre in Nigeria.

The UK government approved the establishment of visa centre in Enugu to facilitate visa applications by residents in the state, the southeast zone, and the country at large.

Announcing the development, the Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Chidiebere Onyia, in a statement on Monday, commended the United Kingdom government for the development, recalling that the visa centre was part of Governor Peter Mbah’s earlier requests during the visit to the Government House by the UK High Commissioner to Nigeria, Richard Montgomery, in June this year.

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“The Enugu state government, therefore, looks forward to a strong, mutually beneficial relationship with the UK, as the visa centre would help cement the relationship.”

“The government called on the people, especially those residing in the South-East to avail themselves of the opportunity provided to file their visa applications in the state, saying the government would ensure improved security both to residents and visitors carrying on business in the state.”

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