Tuface Idibia drags NCDC over scam and extortion

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Tuface Idibia drags NCDC over scam and extortion

  Nigerian singer Tuface Idibia took to his social media to call out Nigeria Center For Disease Control (NCDC) over scams and extortion tow

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Nigerian singer Tuface Idibia took to his social media to call out Nigeria Center For Disease Control (NCDC) over scams and extortion towards travelers.

The singer who was at the airport slammed the organization after he was tired of being frustrated by their lackadaisical attitude.

In a series of videos, Tu baba took to his Instagram stories to lament how NCDC mount exorbitant charges on travelers over covid-19 fees and still make a mess of travelers’ business and personal commitments due to delay and irresponsibility.

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Here’s what he wrote;

“NCDC you people better wake up because you’re causing serious problems and hardship for people traveling.

“You keep requesting for ransoms and codes from travelers yet your workers are nowhere to be found even when they know that people travel every day.

“An agency that knows that people travel every second will close, even when they are called nobody answers.

“It’s ridiculous that the NCDC compulsory COVID19 arrival test portal collects 50k per passenger and fails to deliver QR code.

“Passengers are stranded at the airport, business and personal commitments messed up.

“This NCDC scam and extortion must spot because this is wickedness and its very frustrating”.

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