It has been revealed that a senior government official who is holding a powerful office in the country is allegedly facing trouble in travelling to foreign countries. The official is noted to have been facing hurdles in delivering services due to the numerous warrant of arrest hanging on his neck in the foreign countries.
The official is noted to have previously engaged in a high-end chain of major scamming scandles that dipped him into trouble with authorities in Asian countries.
It has also been revealed that the senior official has been black listed by an airline that is based in Asian countries. The Asian country is alleged to have listed him as a wanted criminal in the country due to the scamming haist he pulled on one of the authorities in the foreign countries.
Meanwhile, it's gossiped that the official is worried on how he will manage to deliver services to the country due to the travel bans met on him by some of te foreign nations
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