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Saturday, March 02, 2024

Countries That Issue Visas On Arrival To Nigerian Passport Holders

The list Of Countries that Issue Visa on Arrival to Nigerian Passport Holders are.....


-Burundi
-Cambodia
-Comoros
-Iran
-Lebanon
-Madagascar
-Maldives
-Mauritania
-Mauritius
-Mozambique
-Namibia
-Palau
-Rwanda
-Samoa
-Somalia
-Timor-Leste
-Tuvalu
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24 comments:

  1. No better country among them

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    1. At least Rwanda is okay....abeg wetin be Tuvalu???

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    2. Tuvalu formerly known as the Ellice Islands, is an island country in the Polynesian subregion of Oceania in the Pacific Ocean, about midway between Hawaii and Australia. Copied

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  2. USA fit dey for the next batch, make I wait because this list stop for letter T.

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  3. I know say e go be yeye countries. Mtcheeew

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    1. Some of the countries listed are goof for vacations only. To spend money.

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  4. The list is so disappointing

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  5. At all at all na ehim bad lmao

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  6. They've 24/7 Electricity?

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  7. Only 4 countries are peaceful (without any armed struggle whatsoever)

    Marigold.

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  8. Nigeria is the best among the countries listed

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  9. Maldives is but expensive

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  10. Better make I relocate to my village than those country. Nigeria is better than most of them.

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  11. Chika(hello iya boys)2 March 2024 at 16:48

    Rwandan is manageable shaa

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  12. Oya, we dey plan excursion to Iran, who dey come?

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  13. Make all these country disappear jare, just one better country is better than all these yeye mushroom countries

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  14. Namibia does not offer Visa on arrival to Nigerians, I was there recently and from visa processing to airport formalities was hell. They do not want Nigerians in their country. I was there for one week for work and even then, I was almost frustrated at the airport. I hear they have a rule not to give jobs to Nigerians so the scrutiny at the airport is something else.

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  15. @Anon09:15 funny how these small countries that are not as big as a state in Nigeria now have the audacity to rub shoulders with Nigeria and claim superiority. But do I blame them? No. It's where we find ourselves today

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