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LATEST HEADLINES FROM THE EMBASSY

NOTICE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC ON PASSPORT BOOKLET

This is to inform prospective applicants that the Embassy is out of stock for 32 pages passport booklet. Therefore, the applicants are advice to apply for 62 pages passport booklet. Head of Chancery For: Ambassador

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VERY IMPORTANT NOTICE TO E-PASSPORT APPLICANT

This is to inform prospective applicants that the new procedure for applying for Nigerian passport will commence from 1 October, 2017. Applicants are advised to come with these documents listed below in accordance with the prescribed Nigeria Immigration requirements: Residence permit Work permit Photocopies of all documents Birth certificate (for the fresh applicant) Local government of origin (for the fresh …

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Important Information for Fresh Passport Applicants

This is to bring to the attention of all prospective Nigerian Passport Applicants for FRESH e-passport that henceforth they MUST come along to the Embassy with ORIGINAL of all their DOCUMENTS before request for New passport is processed.

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Our Social Investment Programmes are About Empowerment

Nigeria Vice President

Our social investment programmes are about empowerment, & goes beyond welfare says Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN. Empowerment of Nigerians is at the heart of the Social Investment Programmes of the Buhari administration, even though it also has a social welfare component to help the people survive as they are being empowered, according to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN. Professor Osinbajo …

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Buhari Presidency kicks off job scheme for half a million unemployed graduates

Buhari Presidency kicks off job scheme for half a million unemployed graduates ALL IS NOW SET FOR THE deployment of 200,000 unemployed graduates selected in the first batch of the Buhari administration’s plan to hire half a million Nigerians. While the 200,000 have been selected about two weeks ago, their names have now been sent to state governments and the …

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