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Gambian flag High Commission of the Gambia in Lagos

Address162, Awolowo Road
S.W. Ikoyi
Lagos
Nigeria
PostalPO Box 8073
Phonelocal: (09) 523.8545
international: +234.9.523.8545

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Aida Badjie, 08127585004
Sun, 19 Aug 2018 12:01 EDT
Looking for my cousin brother who has been here for more than 20 years
Dear sir, I am a Gambian presently studying a Masters degree in child and adolescent mental health at University of Ibadan. I and my family have been worried looking for our brother Abdoulie Sanneh whom we last spoke to in 1996. He has been in Nigeria here in shomolu for almost 20 years or more. Ever since he left The Gambia, the family have lost contact with him. We are told he once worked in the Gambian embassy there. Please help us locate him as his entire family are desperate and completely worried. Please help contact me if anyone knows the person and his whereabouts. Thank you
Franklin Adim
Mon, 26 Mar 2018 09:59 EDT
Application for Travel Certificate
I am a Nigerian based in the Gambia.
I want to acquire a travel certificate back to Gambia as I cannot process my expired passport at the moment.
I have a working permit in the Gambia.
I hope to be assisted to return to my base.
Elder Akinrolabu Rufus Bambola
Wed, 14 Mar 2018 09:19 EDT
Business visit to Gambia
I am the Managing Director of Bolyn constructions company limited maker of BRICK PRESSES that I want to introduce to Gambia. I have had some people shown interest in my products and would like to find the full details of the requirements to visit and to do business in Gambia.
Sarah bah
Tue, 24 Oct 2017 17:33 EDT
Stranded
My father is from Gambia. I was born and raised here and I wish to visit my father's land and get my passport please how can I do that. Can I get the passport from the embassy at lagos
Afolabi Gbemisola Faith
Tue, 15 Aug 2017 07:37 EDT
I need help
please I'm Nigerian but I grew up In Gambia. I left Gambia in 2013 but I want to go back to settle​ please I don't have passport yet, is it possible I get a travelling certificate.
Anta
Wed, 19 Jul 2017 02:45 EDT
I need to go back to my country (Gambia)
Dear sir/ma

My name is Anta from gambia, am married a Nigerian, and i have been staying for Nigeria for over 10 years, and i need to go back to Gambia to see my families.
The problem here is i have my international passport it has expired since for long. Please can i renew it.

please, email me at oceanicdemarroo@gmail.com
saikou drammeh
Mon, 13 Feb 2017 07:21 EST
09024693662
dear sir my name is drammeh saikou from the gambia, serre kunda, area name dippa kunda locally known as chup town.i am in Nigeria for school, i finished my secondary school, here and am now in university, i will like to visit the gambia again to greet my grandma and order friends. the problem here is i have my international passport pot it has expired since 2015 and i dont have any idea of how to renew it.
lamin jabang
Sat, 4 Feb 2017 16:27 EST
enquaries
Well I lost my Gambian pass an am in warrior state how fan I urgently get one and how much will it cost me please thanks
My name is marie gomez
Sat, 28 Jan 2017 20:17 EST
Am from Gambia
Please i want to go back to my home land Gambia am in Nigeria with my son for 3 year now i and my son is
not have passport to travel with me and i want to leave where i am pleased i need a help what can i do please reply back
Embassy Admin
Sun, 18 Dec 2016 13:02 EST
Re; Shehu Garba
Dear Garba, Ples Kindly Send Us Your Contact Details Ok. Thanks Embassy Admin.

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