This might be a Good News for Nigerians planning to travel to the UK as the the Britain's Deputy Prime Minister said he will try to block any attempt to make foreign visitors routinely pay a security deposit to come to the U.K., an idea that has caused outrage in countries such as India and Nigeria.
See what He Said ;
"I am absolutely not interested in a bond which becomes an indiscriminate way of clobbering people who
want to come to this country," Clegg told the BBC. He said the bonds "are certainly not going to go ahead" on that basis.
"Of course in a coalition I can stop things," he added.
Immigration is a sensitive political issue in Britain, especially with the unemployment and austerity measures brought on by the economic crisis.