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Nigerian flag High Commission of Nigeria in Kuala Lumpur

AddressJalan Ampang Hilir 85
55000 Kuala Lumpur
Phonelocal: (03) 4251.7843
international: +60.3.4251.7843
Faxlocal: (03) 4252.4302
international: +60.3.4252.4302
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Tue, 23 Dec 2014 05:39 EST
why all those thing happen we are all one or because of differences of skin Allah is not considered your skin is only consider your work pls and pls Malaysian ppl don't maltreat our ppl innallaha ma'assabirin
akibon abimbola
Sat, 20 Dec 2014 03:18 EST
my husband abandoned me in nigeria to go marry another woman in Malaysia
We are legally married and he traveled to Malaysia to marry another woman. He has left me in nigeria for the past 6months no call no message nothing but all I knw is that he deliberately abandoned me for a lady in Malaysia. Please all I need is help to deport him back to nigeria. Thanks he's name is Akibon Michael Mayokun.
Fri, 5 Dec 2014 03:09 EST
Visa re-newal
I know someone in Malaysia will not say names but he is from Nigeria. His visa was up for re-newal over 5 weeks ago but because off financial reason's and so called friends feeding him lies he is now stuck. By what I have read your Nigerian Embassy are useless and don't give a dam and the Malaysian are no better. Can anyone give me a suggestion on what he can do, please.
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 20:42 EDT
Good morning, Can some one tell us why we don't have a right to our countries E-passport, We student studying in Malaysia are being treated like monkies, And the nigerian embassy encourages that, I thought the embassy is to guide its people? I miss placed my passport. I have a student visa on it, And its being stories all through!! They are not wanting to issue a new passport. Which is every citizens right, Here in Malaysia, We are required to take our passports along with us even thou you going to get groceries, Even using the wash room, We need to go with our passports, Its not longer respected, Along the line some people mis-place or get the chip spoilt. We are being chased like Animals in this country, And the embassy doesn't think about that, Please can the Nigerian gov, Talk to them to please let us have passports as its our right, I want to travel to my country. I have a dying father, I cant go anywhere without a passport, I am student here and have my visa intact. Why does the Gov want to suffer its own people? We suffer everywhere, Why cant we have our rights? Even thou we pay alot of passports. HELP HELP HELP. I need a passport to go back home and visit my dad. Why cant they understand that?
Abdullah King H ussain From A.K.T.H Kano Nigeria.
Tue, 30 Sep 2014 08:32 EDT
We are here in Malaysia for the past of two months, we are to stay for three months. we are five in number, on ATTACHMENT in IJN INSTITUTE OF HEART CETRE KUALA LUMPUR. We wanted to and say helo Independant.Is it possible? Bissalam.
chike valentine
Thu, 25 Sep 2014 12:04 EDT
renew of passport
Pls sir am in vietnam now, but my E-passport want to expire.. Is it possible to renew in malaysia, and what is the requirements.. pls explain for me
Fri, 12 Sep 2014 15:49 EDT
To Elena Pelendritou
You claim that you are a motivational speaker and you can't spell very well
md ramjan khandakar
Thu, 28 Aug 2014 06:51 EDT
Sat, 19 Jul 2014 17:21 EDT
Joseph Andy Walton
Mr Joseph Andy Walton claims he is a photojournalist awarded a Menara Standard Chartered Contract Award Certificatefrom the Malaysian Government on May 5th for 3 weeks. The certificate number is ACP/US 4700-BN-2013,He claims he is stranded without means of obstaining cash to redeem a car that was impounded. Is there any way to verify that this is not an internet scam? Is the contract number legitimate?
Wed, 16 Jul 2014 18:26 EDT
I need to know but i have received offer letter from ( SPDC ) mr john ibeh nigeria.please advise and comfamation of the offer but he say needed pay insurance to immagration lawyer( $800 ) before submit the agreemnt.this is true or not?kindly advise and reply for future reference. tq

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