Enyinna Nwigwe, a Nollywood actor, expressed regret over how the present UAE visa ban on Nigerians affected him and urged the federal authorities to “fix it.”
The 40-year-old actor admitted in an interview that the visa ban had an have an effect on on him and made it unattainable for him to attend the inaugural META Film Fest, which occurred in Dubai.
According to the ‘Smash’ star, the ban went into affect a day sooner than he was presupposed to journey, decreasing his plans transient.
“It’s fairly painful as a result of proper now as I converse to you, I’m presupposed to be in Dubai for the META Film Festival, and only a day to flying, the ban occurred.
“It’s quite disappointing and I’m hoping that the Nigerian government really gets in touch with its UAE counterpart to sort out whatever the problem is.”
Additionally, twenty totally different nations in Africa are subject to the ban, along with Rwanda, Burkina Faso, Guinea Bissau, Comoros, Uganda, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Cameroon, Liberia, Burundi, Republic of Guinea, Gambia, Togo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Benin, Ivory Coast, Congo, Senegal, and Benin.
Chief Enyinna Nwigwe, a Nigerian actor, producer, and ingenious entrepreneur, was born on September 18. His most well-known roles embody Tamuno in Black November and Nonso in The Wedding Party 2. Nwigwe is an Imo native who hails from Ngor Okpala.