…By Dorcas Funmi for TDPel Media.
Chinalurumogu Eze, a film journalist who won the 2023 Future Creative Leaders Academy (FCLA) for the Roger Hatchuel Student Academy, has expressed sadness after being denied a visa at the French embassy.
She was congratulated by Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP) in the 2023 general elections, who encouraged her to represent Nigeria.
Chinalurumogu received the disappointing news that her visa application was refused by the French embassy in Abuja.
Despite being announced as the winner on March 29 by CHINI Africa, she was unable to travel to France to represent Nigeria.
Heartbreak and Frustration: In a recent tweet, Chinalurumogu expressed her heartbreak and frustration over the visa refusal.
She conveyed her sadness to the general public and specifically to Peter Obi, her principal, regarding the embassy’s decision.
A Challenging Time:
Chinalurumogu described the past few days as “crazy and shitty” since receiving the refusal letter.
Despite the setback, she remains determined and believes that the future holds greater opportunities for her.
She sees this challenge as another chapter to add to her success story in due time.
Chinalurumogu Eze’s dream of representing Nigeria in France for the Roger Hatchuel Student Academy was shattered when her visa application was denied.
The disappointment and frustration she feels are evident in her heartfelt announcement.
However, she remains resilient and optimistic, confident that future endeavors will lead to further success.
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