Thursday, February 21, 2013

Nigerian Embassy Denies Goldie's Husband Visa

Nigerian singer Goldie Harvey's husband, Andrew Harvey who planned to visit Nigeria over the weekend for the burial ceremony of his late wife has been denied a visa.

According to a source in London, the Malaysia-based engineer was denied a visa by the Nigerian High Commission in London two days ago.

Mr. Harvey's visa application was refused for ineligibility.

However, the British Engineer who got married to the late former Big Brother StarGame housemate in 2005, plans to re-apply at a different embassy in a bid to make it in time for the funeral.

12 comments:

  1. Lol good am loving the gaMe. Let him.not. Come be4 he will get a neW wife agaIn

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  2. i wonder why would they want to deny him the right to bury his wife in her home land?

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  3. Story that touch...2moro another thing will come,,this whole thing is like a game,R.I.p Goldie

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  4. That is wrong,,,

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  5. make dem let d man cum so dat we go Nw y dem kip d marage secret

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  6. make dem let d man cum so dat we go Nw y dem kip d marage secret

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  7. make dem let d man cum so dat we go Nw y dem kip d marage secret

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  8. He should b allowed 2 burry his wife 4 christs sake! Wats wrong wit tis 9ja?

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  9. That is wrong ,but why when they no he is suppose to pay last respect to wife

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  10. mmm i have a feeling she told prezzo all about this husband. And what about the story bba you say she had a failed marriage.SO PREZZO WAS NEVER A BAD GUY? THERE WAS A FORCE BEHIND IT? WHO USED TO GIVE STORIES ABOUT THE MARRIAGE ON VALENTINE DAY THEN SHE DIED ON THE SAME DAY????? SORRY GOLDIE RIP JUST MANY QUESTIONS UNANSWERED. God grant you eternal life you were a good person.AMEN

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  11. Ummmmmmmmm! I find the decision very senseless...whether he's her Ex husband or not,he has the right to come down to pay his last respect to her.SMH Nigeria though

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