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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 Feb 2016 07:01 EST
I am pleading with the Nigerian Embassy to please attend to my future husband case. He is Nigerian by name Sodipe Johnson okoro, who was arrested today 10th October 2011 held as staying with muslim girl.
His passport is in Bostonweb school and was expired for 4/5 months.On July I have asked for them to renew it but they refused and ask him to settle his outstanding study fees RM40000.Before this he had paid RM20000 when entered the school/malaysia.
Now the immegrisen send him to a place where people no passport been put in Lenggeng Negeri Sembilan.Please I beg Nigerian Embassy to help him out from there.There ask him to pay the penalty charges and want to send him back to Nigeria. Honestly he is a good person, no
Tue, 23 Feb 2016 06:57 EST
Thanks to unted nation
I am so happy today after many days in the Malaysia prison united Nations save my sister from going to jail,Mr and my sister were in Malaysia since 2010 without passport but will have supported from united Nations that's why I'm using this opportunity to give big thanks to United Nations
Tue, 23 Feb 2016 06:53 EST
I would like to thank the appreciate the embassy who attended to CHIOMA EJIOFAR complain on her stolen passport which has been taken by the hooligans. His is a true story. I too tried to help her by to return the passport and money but was not successful. I believe many who are in trouble dare not approach the embassy but if they know they can get support and help they will be encouraged to ask for embassy's help rather then to solve the problems themselves and get into deeper problems and difficulties. THANKS
Tue, 23 Feb 2016 06:45 EST
i hereby request on how to get a new passport, my passport have been missing since december and i dont know how the nigeria embassey can help me to request on a new passport. thanks for cooperation.
Tue, 23 Feb 2016 06:39 EST
I lose my passport in Malaysia I want to get another one I need to advice
Wed, 10 Feb 2016 20:06 EST
Good day please i want this message to reached the Ambassador my name is David citizen of Federal Republic of Nigeria and i am a schooling and also live in Selangor, I am launching this complain with sorrow and bitterness heart about our little young girls in that are prostituting in Malaysia with the age of 19 to 21 years, most of this girls never knew they were coming to Abroad for this, i have encounter so many and i cried seeing just little kids, i have made my finding with a vital information about a young guy called Muyiwa but not yet get hold of his passport number... he has more than 20 girls in Selangor bringing them for prostitution destroying the lives of this little girls, and endangering them at night even means of them eaten is hard... please i have manage to get his phone number which is 0146271926. i want the Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Nigeria Embassy in Malaysia to look into this and please put the so called Muyiwa on call because the lives of our daughters been destroyed.
Tue, 9 Feb 2016 21:29 EST
Nigeria Embassy is nonsense
you all in the office needs to be sacked
Mr Tee
Sat, 30 Jan 2016 22:35 EST
You can contact me for the follwing details
New Passport
Admission into Universites and college
Clearing of Overstay.......
write me up on
Tue, 26 Jan 2016 09:48 EST
were is website
Wed, 20 Jan 2016 09:55 EST
can i reneey old passport vor do i need the nrw E-passport
I came into Malaysia with a student visa on my old passport now it's expired, do I need to renew the old passport go for the new E-passport

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