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Nigerian flag Embassy of Nigeria in Cairo

Address13 Sharia Gabalaya
Zamalek, Cairo
Egypt
Phonelocal: (02) 2735.6042
international: +20.2.2735.6042
Faxlocal: (02) 2735.7359
international: +20.2.2735.7359

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Patron Duruoha Samuel C.
Mon, 5 Jan 2015 10:43 EST
A Nigerian detained in Egypt prison
Please sir, be reminded that a citizen of Nigeria Republic Mr. Anyaoha Divine is being detained in Egypt prison since 2010. i have not heard any message from the citizen whether alive or not or even the reason for the detention. sir, i will like to hear from you. email-sduruoha@yahoo.com
Nariman
Fri, 19 Dec 2014 04:39 EST
Job Vacancy
hey, Ecco now is recruiting Nigerian speakers for a new project offshore account, if interested call 01001340867
Abubakar jibrin
Fri, 26 Sep 2014 17:47 EDT
SEEKING FOR ADMISSION INTO AL-AZHAR UNIVERSITY
I want study arabic language in this university,please help me for look for admission,thank you.here is my contant 09033808055
okafor john hassan
Wed, 20 Aug 2014 19:51 EDT
lost of e passport
good day sir,i lost my e passport early this year me and my wife,i have making a payment of replacement when i got to the embassy they told me my passport can not be issue now,that we have to go to nigerain by T C,SIR we need the nigerian embassy for an assistant,here is my email id brinnelson530@yahoo.com thanks,
mido
Sat, 26 Jul 2014 02:10 EDT
I recieved the below Email , in order to finish my paper to join the work in Nigeria. is this required to make insurance policy before starting the job ? Is this a scam?


Attention: Sir,

I am Barrister: Richard Sutton. Esq, Nigeria Immigration Attorney mandated by Addax Petroleum Development Nigeria Limited to assist you on the Immigration procedures. There are three stages involved in the employment of expatriates in Nigeria.

You are to send me the following required documents so that I can make an application for you with the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) for the approval of your Resident/worker's Permit, Cable Visa (which is a per-requisite for STR Visa) and Expatriate Quota.

1. A scanned copy of your international passport.
2. Expatriate Travelers Insurance Policy Certificate (ETIP)
3. Offer Letter from Addax Petroleum Development Nigeria Limited.

THE EXPATRIATE TRAVELERS INSURANCE POLICY (ETIP) COVER, is a mandatory requirement by the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) this is because the policy is a prove that you are medically fit; to work in Nigeria and also it is a per-requisite to renew your resident/worker's permit every year. The ETIP should have benefits to the tune of $6,000 000.00 (SIX MILLION US DOLLARS) and the duration is one year, it should include benefits for loss of luggage, repatriations, medical, permanent disability and death etc.

The preferred insurance company by the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) is Nigeria Development Insurance Plc. Nigeria Development Insurance Plc is a government owned insurance company located in Nigeria, so you are to look for their agent in your location. After you have applied for the ETIP policy, you will be issued a certificate. You are to send me a copy of the certificate Issued via electronically as attachment.

Attached is the Nigerian Immigration Services form, you are to go through it carefully before filling it properly.

These are the vital procedures which you must adhere to because it is in accordance to the" Expatriate Statutory Laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria".

Call me if you need any help +2347063450756

Yours truly,

Barrister: Richard Sutton. Esq
IMMIGRATION ATTORNEY
Ivan
Thu, 19 Jun 2014 14:39 EDT
Is it a scam or not?
I also get that email from:

CHRIS IMMIGRATION LAW FIRM
Freeman House 21/22 Marina PMB 2418 Lagos
Nigeria.
Email: law.chambers@outlook.com
Telephone: +234 8068235032

___________________________

SHELL PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY
Freeman House 21/22 Marina.
PMB 2418 Lagos,
Nigeria.
Tel: +23470852256

Please, somebody tell me is it true or not what they offer?
Igor Prus
Tue, 17 Jun 2014 04:55 EDT
Is it a scam or not?
CHRIS IMMIGRATION LAW FIRM
Freeman House 21/22 Marina PMB 2418 Lagos
Nigeria.
Email: law.chambers@outlook.com
Telephone: +234 8068235032

___________________________

SHELL PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY
Freeman House 21/22 Marina.
PMB 2418 Lagos,
Nigeria.
Tel: +23470852256Give answer please

______________________

Give answer please to my email address: igorprus1@gmail.com
Isaac
Wed, 4 Jun 2014 16:05 EDT
Security concern in Egypt
We have an Egyptian Technical partner and we wish to visit Cairo to see the plant before making further commitment. How safe is Cairo?
assem abdel hamied mousa
Wed, 14 May 2014 07:31 EDT
visa request
i came 3 times to the embassy fro visa request to attend www.digitalafrica.com.ng
as a speaker and tom i will come to get it
pls confirm.
assem@egyptair.com
assemam@live.com
00201006065228
0020224703565
enginner
Sat, 10 May 2014 08:29 EDT
Be careful gays
the sea petroleum and PRODECO PETRO are same company and they send jobs contract for many people to take 400$ USD ( SPAM)
pleas be careful and don,t send any money for them.( check the two website are same with different name)
SEA PETROLEUM LIMITED
22 East West Road, Port Harcourt
Rivers State, Nigeria,
Tel: +234 (5) - 3290350
Email: info@seapetroleumltd.com
Website: www.seapetroleumltd.com
PRODECO PETRO LIMITED
36 SDP Road,
Eket, Akwa Ibom, Nigeria.
Tel: +234 (5) - 3290350
Email: info@prodecopetro.com
Website: www.prodecopetro.com

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