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British flag Consulate-General of the United Kingdom in Lagos

Address11 Walter Carrington Crescent
Victoria Island
Lagos
Nigeria
Phonelocal: (01) 261.9531
international: +234.1.261.9531
Faxlocal: (01) 261.4021
international: +234.1.261.4021
Emailconsular.lagos@fco.gov.uk
Web sitehttp://ukinnigeria.fco.gov.uk/en/

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PAUL GODFREY
Wed, 21 Jun 2017 01:32 EDT
STUDY ABROAD IN PHILIPPINES AT VERY LOW FEES ON AMERICAN CURRICULUM
STUDY ABROAD IN THE PHILIPPINES UNDER AMERICAN CURRICULUM AT LOW FEES.
It is really pathetic that some Nigerians are saying that neither they nor their wards will study abroad in the Philippines with the reasons that the Philippines is the poorest country in the world and that the country is cursed.
Indeed, I don't know why we deceive ourselves in Nigeria, instead of being honest to ourselves...please, who cursed the Philippines?
Yes, the Philippines is one of the developing country of the world but it is far better than Nigeria in all sectors, even though they have little or no natural resources like Nigeria but they manage the little they have very well.
SOME VERIFIABLE FACTS ABOUT THE PHILIPPINES AGAINST NIGERIA
*The Philippines is cursed, yet they have 24 hours electricity.
*They are cursed, yet they have wonderful road network.
*They are cursed, yet they made medical education free for all their citizens.
*They are cursed, yet they have steady water supply.
*They are cursed, yet their educational system is very stable and there is no history of strike in their educational system.
*They are cursed, yet they have perfect security.
*They are cursed, yet I have not seen any accident for the past 4 years I have lived in the Philippines.
*They are cursed, yet the Philippines has 2,180 universities (Two Thousand One Hundred and Eighty Universities) while our Giant of Africa (Nigeria) has approximately 128 universities at present... What a shame!
*They are cursed, yet many Americans, Indians and other citizens of developed countries come to the Philippines to study medicine and later go back to their respective countries to practice because educational cost is more affordable here in the Philippines.
*They are cursed, yet their medical system is rated 60th out of the 191 countries in the world by world health organization (WHO) while our so-called "blessed Nigeria" has the worst 4th medical system in the whole world...Nigeria is rated 187th out of the 191countries in whole world by world health organization (WHO)...yet Nigeria is a blessed country more than the Philippines.
***Please, take a look at this website to verify my points about WHO world rating of medical system in the whole world… http://www.who.int/healthinfo/paper30.pdf.

To apply for the ongoing admission for undergraduate, graduate, or post-graduate courses, or you want to transfer to any of our partner Philippine universities as an undergraduate student, or you want to do your residency program as a medical doctor, contact me on:




N.B:
1. I am not an agent but a Registered International partner with California University, Philippine Campus and other Philippine universities.

2. I am also the Philippine representative of Revo Institute of Science and Technology, Enugu Campus, Nigeria and Nikki Campus, Republic of Benin.

3. Please, beware of some frauds using my name to defraud people of their hard-earned money. Please, ignore them—they are not my partners.

Best regards,
Mr. Paul Godfrey
Anu
Thu, 4 May 2017 12:17 EDT
MISPLACED SUPORTING DOCUMENT
I applied for a UK visiting visa in 2015 but was denied visa.Upon receipt of my documents, I didn't notice that my original waec certificate was missing. How do I get it back?
Doris
Tue, 18 Apr 2017 16:14 EDT
nigeria passport
Can I bring my husband photocopy of his Nigeria passport to the embassy by my self he is not around
Chukwuemeka Nwachukwu
Tue, 14 Mar 2017 08:01 EDT
Enquiry
May I know how I can start up on my BA haircut designs work business in London?
JOYI MATTHEW
Tue, 7 Mar 2017 05:37 EST
Decision WAS NOT GIVEN ON MY APPLICATION
I apply for 2 years family visitor visa on 15/11/2016 and to my suprise i was not issue with visa nor deny but only saw different applicant refusal letter in my documents.Moreso i have send mail to international office and i have not receive reply from the office to know the status of my application.
Thank you
Tracy Imevbore
Mon, 30 Jan 2017 04:23 EST
passports/travel certificate issues at nigerian airports
A lot of British Citizens who have applied for nigerian passports are being conned into making applications for Nigerian passports here in London, and then when they turn up to collect the passports they are told there are no booklets and they are given travel certificates instead so that they can travel. However, on arrival in Nigeria they are allowed in, but on departure they are being forced to pay a visa fee, or they are detained. Many have missed their flights because of this.
This is totally unacceptable and down right fraud and I would like to know how to deal with such a situation as my eldest daughter will be travelling with us to my Mum's funeral, and has been issued with one of these travel certificates?
is there anyway the consular office can intervene if she finds herself in such a situation?
she is a British Citizen and I believe that surely consular intervention would help.
Djoma osayende ufuoma
Tue, 27 Dec 2016 04:48 EST
Lost of passport visa
Hi..i am reporting for the lost of my passport visa which of stolen in Delta state Asaba Nigeria and also appealing on behalf of my foster parent the family of Esangbedo Samantha to please kindly give them visa due to there twice application and they were all denied.08108875104
isiaka hakeem opeyemi
Wed, 30 Nov 2016 14:36 EST
how to get uk visa
good day sir, Please am willing to travel to london and it's my long time dream and the reason's because of michael owen fomer player of liverpool fc, man united, i loved him so much, because his my roll model when i still play soccer, willing to meet him one day, so please i hope my dream can come true with ur help, my email (hakeemopeyemi2014@gmail.com) my mobile number (07089860800/08091826705) thanks so much.
Adeyemi
Wed, 23 Nov 2016 13:30 EST
traveling situation
I am writing on behalf of my parents who are British citizens. Both of them came into Nigeria hoping to renew their expired Nigerian passports but they have not been able to do that due to current issue of non availability of passport materials in the Nigerian immigration office. So I want to know if they could travel back to the UK with their British passports. Thank you
Amusan Adeyemi
Wed, 23 Nov 2016 13:29 EST
traveling situation
Hi, my name is Adeyemi and I am writing on behalf of my parents who are British citizens. Both of them came into Nigeria hoping to renew their expired Nigerian passports but they have not been able to do that due to current issue of non availability of passport materials in the Nigerian immigration office. So I want to know if they could travel back to the UK with their British passports. Thank you

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