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Thu, 9 Nov 2017 08:05 EST
Traveling to Nigeria Calabar
I would like to travel to Calabr Nigeria to visit my friend. What is the procedure. I will appreciate your response as soon as possible.
charity pingo
Sun, 5 Mar 2017 14:33 EST
letter of invitation
Kindly guide me how to write an invitation letter to a friend who wants to come and visit me from Nigeria.
Gift kabwe
Thu, 29 Sep 2016 01:56 EDT
I want to visit the scoan
I would like youto explain to me the the cost from Lusaka to Lego's and how I can get visa and it's cost. Please contact me on this
lydia chikonde
Mon, 18 Jul 2016 06:33 EDT
visa application
good afternoon,
kindly help with information with regards to processing of visa to travel to supposed to travel to nigeria for school this year in september .how much are the face and how long does it take for the visa to come out?
Esrine Mulilo
Wed, 8 Jun 2016 11:11 EDT
Visa requirements
How much is the visa fee? And how long does it take for the visiting visa to be out?
Wed, 1 Jun 2016 10:11 EDT
Bring courier services
dear sir/madam this scam it's serious I just lost money to one Mr Obi Philips number 23 Golf road tunubu way Lagos Nigeria K1102 in the name of services money for courier Pliz do Something on the conman my contact arthurmagahanye@gmail. com
ezeh promise
Thu, 14 Apr 2016 09:08 EDT
I want to travel to united kingdom how much will it cost
am from Nigeria and i want to travel to united to study how much will it cost me
Mubanga Darlingtone
Wed, 23 Mar 2016 19:43 EDT
Delays in Issuing VISAs at Nigerian embassy in Lusaka Zambia
It has been hell for Zambians who have been seeking to travel to Nigeria for spiritual and religious visits. Co ordinators for SCOAN visits in Zambia have been victims of the on going anarch at the Nigerian embassy because they are failing to secure VISA stickers for their clients which as resulted in discontentment among Zambians aspiring to travel to Nigeria for spiritual healing and other religious activities.

For instance, a co ordinator arranged for Seven day visit to SCOAN in September 2015 but the group has not travelled six months down the line despite having deposited VISA fees in Nigerian High Commission bank account held with UBA arcades branch on the pretext that there are no VISA stickers. It should be noted that most of these people who are part of these group visits are poor Zambians who sold properties or borrowed money just to travel for spiritual healing to Nigeria.

I wish to appeal to the Nigerian government to look into this issue and intervene. The consular managing the Nigerian embassy in Zambia is incompetent, undiplomatic, and is putting the name of the great African nation of Nigeria in disrepute.
Pst Kia
Mon, 7 Mar 2016 05:39 EST
Express Visa
Nigeria Visa
If you want to visit Nigeria for religious programs only please i repeat only those who want to travel for religious programs then send me an email on and we will help you through the process. God bless you.
Thu, 18 Feb 2016 03:42 EST
visa stickers
We have been waiting for visa stickers for the past 3 months in order for us to process our visas to Nigeria but to no avail. Can the authorities concerned clarify why the stickers have taken this long to be availed?
Thank you!

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