Nigeria Warns Against Procurement Of Fake Vaccine Cards Through Black Market

Nigeria Warns Against Procurement Of Fake Vaccine Cards Through Black Market

Nigerians have been warned by the Federal Government against the procurement of COVID-19 vaccination cards through shady means, referred to as ‘Black market’. Information Guide Nigeria

VOICE OF NIGERIA reports that the Chairman, Presidential Steering Committee, Boss Mustapha gave the warning at the National briefing in Abuja.

Boss Mustapha said, “This should serve as a warning to those criminally minded persons to desist because they will be prosecuted accordingly“.

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Boss Mustapha advised those leaving the country to advised travelers leaving the country to be conversant with the Travel Protocols of other countries as some citizens are denied boarding due to lack of pre-departure protocol compliance.

The Chairman said, “Others returning home also complained about requirements to be met. The protocols are clear and simple and they should be observed accordingly.” Jamb Result

According to the Chairman, the National and International Travel Protocol portal have been upgraded to meet existing protocol and the demands of travelling public.

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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