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Psquare Pop Stars Reportedly Denied Visa To Namibia Due To Ebola Scare

According to reports, the Nigerian High Commissioner to Namibia has confirmed that Pop star twins Psquare’s visa application to Namibia was rejected by the country’s High Commission in Nigeria.

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Psquare allegedly denied entry into Namibia due to Ebola scare

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Patrick Nandago - Permanent Secretary to Ministry of Home Affairs, Namibia play

Patrick Nandago - Permanent Secretary to Ministry of Home Affairs, Namibia

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Psquare's forthcoming concert in Namibia just turned into a huge disappointment after the country's immigration office allegedly refused to grant the popular music group visas.

The duo was billed to perform at a grand musical show organized by the Namibian Breweries Limited at Hage Geingob Stadium in Windhoek on Saturday September 28, 2014 with VIP tickets already sold-out.

The concert was also set to kick off the group's "Double Trouble" tour.

But following the country's strict border laws  disallowing people from Ebola-infected nations into Namibia, Psquare might not be able to get on with their high-profile event on time.

According to starafrica.com, the Nigerian High Commissioner to Namibia, Biodun Nathaniel Olorufemi has confirmed to Namibian Sun on Wednesday that the P-Square’s visa application to travel to Namibia was rejected by the country’s High Commission in Nigeria.

To make matters even worse, the Home Affairs Permanent Secretary Patrick Nandago insists the government policy that people from Ebola stricken countries are not allowed to enter the country, until further notice.

His statement came even without the slightest idea of Psquare visa chaos.

Meanwhile Psquare's publicist, Bayo Adetu - in a phone chat with Pulse.ng - said "I have no idea about that... The boys are travelling." He further added that, "However, everybody just needs to be careful".

We have also sent a mail to the Namibian Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration seeking the validity of the report.

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