The letter, signed by Collins Mgbo, Head of NUSA Secretariat, said that the additional fees was “inflicting excruciating pains on our compatriots whose passports were stolen, lost, damaged, or misplaced.
“There is no justification whatsoever to this premeditated hardship inflicted on the people.”
“This is because the avoidable delay makes corruption inevitable as applicants would be desperate to get their traveling documents on time in order to apply for, or renew their immigration documents.
“It is imperative to add that if these demands are not met, we shall be left with no options than to embark on necessary action both at the consulate in Johannesburg and in Nigeria,” NUSA said. (NAN)