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20 Countries Every Nigerian Can Visit Without A Visa [MUST SEE]

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Going to a foreign embassy to apply for a visa is work and even worse is that you’re not sure of getting the visa after putting so much work into it.

When President Goodluck Jonathan launched the new 64 page e-passports, presidential spokesperson, Reuben Abati had said;

“The new 64-page e-passport helps frequent travellers, it’s gender friendly, forestalls identity theft, cheaper for the aged and low income earners, conforms with international best practices.”

And so ladies and gents, there are officially 44 countries you could be in right now without a visa or you’ll get a visa on arrival. So just in case you’re in need of a well-planned vacation and you can’t get a visa, think no more. Pick out one of these beautiful places and explore!

1.  Barbados

Barbados

 

2. Fiji

Fiji

 

3. Mauritius

Mauritius

 

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3 comments

  1. Lando Isaac Jen

    I am interested in visiting Mauritius with my
    Kids age 12,11and10 for two weeks, how
    Much will it cause me for both accommodation, feeding and every
    Other information that I need to know.
    Pls you can reply me soonest,tanks

  2. ademola agboola

    how will cost me if I want to go Barbados or Mauritius

  3. You can just consider the flight tickets and hotels and little sightseeing.
    Need help contact me on 08060004132. Thanks

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