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Nigerian flag Embassy of Nigeria in Tel Aviv

Address34 Gordon Street
61030 Tel Aviv
Israel
PostalPO Box 3339
Phonelocal: (03) 522.2144
international: +972.3.522.2144
Faxlocal: (03) 523.7886
international: +972.3.523.7886
Emailnigemb@zahav.net.il

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Ayodeji Ogidiolu
Tue, 21 Jan 2014 17:20 EST
Scholarship to study biblical hebrew
I hereby humbly request for scholarship for few months study of Biblical Hebrew in Israel. Am undergoing my Ph.d. Programme and need to specialise in Biblical Hebrew. Am an Anglican Priest Married to Esther with 3 Children. I promise not to disappoint your trust. Earnestly expecting your response. ayodejiogidiolu@gmail.com or ayodejiogidiolu@yahoo.com
henry atshebinorma
Mon, 3 Jun 2013 08:23 EDT
gross mis-use of office by the ambassador and consul
I am writing this with deep pain in me.the embassy of nigeri in tela-viv has become a business center whereby the officials now connive with the israeli immigration to arrest asylum seekers in order to be able to sell t.c for 400dollers to the embassy officials.they no longer care if nigerians are living in good condition or not.nigerians are been mal-treated daily and a nigerian was beating at the airport the point of death by israeli immigration without the embassy interfering.we have a lot of nigerians in prison who are there without trial and they dont care.some are also there on the ground that their case is still under the refugee status determination unit or in court but the embassy will approve a t.c without the consent of the citizen for them to be deported.we have been experiencing this mess for long and we want to use this opportunity to call on the federal government to intervene or close down the embassy because they are not representing us.
Dr. Edoardo Recanati
Sat, 23 Mar 2013 13:24 EDT
locating Nigerian Christian group in Israel
From the press I understand that a group of 180 Nigerian Christians is visiting Israel. I would like to contact the guide during his stay, Mr. Celestine Towka. Best would be in Jerusalem, but if I can have the name of hotels they will be in, I can go anywhere.
I thank you very much and look forward for hearing from you.My phone is 050 542 21 93
Paul
Fri, 2 Nov 2012 07:46 EDT
SAVE US !
Hello sir

please sir, we need a life and we pray for you to use your position to save our dying soul,most of us here are learned and educated due to the situation of Nigeria which no tribe is excepted as it's a death trap to the masses job/work opportunity has been of something the government never thought about.

Please sir, most of us are eager to work here in abroad,i want to suggest that you meet the ministry of Human resources,education and Immigration/minister of foreign affairs and enlighten them of our competency and rebuild a relationship between us.

In the other hand i suggest that the business of education is worth going for as we found ourselves here in Asia not that is our will to be here but what do we do ? drug,scam,go home and engage in criminal act whereas there is no job down there at home..Sir please it will be in good spirit of love and leadership to summon us for a national meeting at the embassy and give us orientation so that other ambassadors/consular will probably emulate for the future sake..

God bless you sir
augustine obinna okwuorah
Tue, 25 Sep 2012 13:15 EDT
sir i lost ma passport wen i was there.
hello ambassor/management above is ma name i lost ma passport there can ur kind office send me email at STEVEAUSTINE316@HOTMAIL.COM ma passport no 4renewal in customs or txt me sir 2347060998242
Omon
Sat, 25 Aug 2012 11:33 EDT
Passport renewal
Sir,pls if my passport is expired and am working can i renew it in isreal?
tobiloba
Sun, 24 Apr 2011 04:49 EDT
how to obtain new visa
Hello sir/ma,how can one obtain the new visa in israel.

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