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LATEST HEADLINES FROM THE EMBASSY

Passport Re-issue Problem has been Resolved.

Greetings all, We are glad to announce that the Nigerian Embassy Stockholm, Sweden has now obtained approval to renew E-passport. Please contact the Embassy if you are desirous of renewing your E-passports or visit the Embassy’s website at www.nigerianembassy.nu for more information. We appreciate your patience while the challenges lasted and promise to provide an efficient and effective service delivery …

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74 Additional Passports Received from Nigeria Immigration Service Abuja (January 2013 Passport Intervention Exercise)

The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in Stockholm wishes to inform Nigerians who participated in the January 2013 passport exercise, that additional 74 passports have been dispatched to the Embassy in Stockholm. To this end, Nigerians whose names appear in the list attached are advised to contact the Embassy for the collection of their passports.

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NOTICE TO NIGERIANS ON THE JANUARY 2013 E-PASSPORT INTERVENTION EXERCISE

This is to inform our Nigerian citizens who participated in the January 2013 passport exercise that there have been ongoing efforts by the Embassy to retrieve the passports from the Nigerian Immigration Service in Abuja. It would be recalled that out of the 177 persons captured during that exercise, 70 passports have been produced, retrieved and delivered to their owners …

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MESSAGE ON E-PASSPORT DATA CAPTURING EXERCISE BY NIS INTERVENTION TEAM, IN JANUARY 2013.

This is to inform Nigerians who applied for the re-issuance of their passports during the 2013 January e-passport exercise that the embassy continues to make extensive contact with Officials of the Nigerian Immigration Services in an effort to have the 107 outstanding passports released. Information reaching the Embassy indicates that the passports are scheduled to be produced and released by …

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”WE SHOULD INCREASE INVESTMENT IN AFRICA” (Sweden’s Finance Minister Anders Borg )

Nigerian Currency

WITH one billion people living in 54 countries, Africa is facing widely differing opportunities and challenges. The pace and direction of the transformation taking place on the continent differ between the countries. However, the general trend is clear: a new Africa is now emerging that is increasingly characterised by high economic growth, stronger democratic values, fewer interstate conflicts, sounder macroeconomic …

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