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HERE ARE 5 COUNTRIES NIGERIANS HAVE THE MOST DIFFICULT TIME ENTERING

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If you don't like rejection, you should probably prepare for the worst if you want to visit any of these countries.

By Adeniyi Onaara

If you don’t like rejection, you should probably prepare for the worst if you want to visit any of these countries.

The Nigerian passport isn’t exactly Africa’s highest-ranking document. As a result, as a Nigerian, there are few countries to which one can travel visa-free and without fuss. To be clear, Nigerian passport holders are granted visa-free entrance to 17 African nations.

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Apart from those 17, there are a slew of others whose journeys aren’t as arduous. However, the five countries listed below have proven to be the most difficult for Nigerians to visit in the continent.

1. BOTSWANA

Botswana is a country in southern Africa known for its animal adventures. As a Nigerian, you must apply for a tourist visa in order to travel here. “All citizens of Commonwealth countries do not require visas save those from Bangladesh, Cameroon, Ghana, India, Nigeria, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka,” their official website states. So…

2. NAMIBIA

Namibia has risen to the top of the list of nations that Africans desire to visit. As a Nigerian traveller, though, we can’t say the process is simple.

3. LIBYA

In 2018, there was an uptick in reports of Nigerians traveling over the desert to reach Libya in order to move to Europe, as well as becoming enmeshed in slave rings while there. 160 Nigerians have recently repatriated from Libya. As a result, it’s reasonable that people with dubious or ambiguous reasons for wishing to visit Libya are turned down.

4. SWAZILAND

Nigeria is not one of the several African countries that do not require visas to visit this little landlocked country in South Africa. In addition, you must apply for a tourist visa at their embassy.

5. SOUTH SUDAN

South Sudan doesn’t offer visa-on-arrival for Nigerians. You have to visit the embassy and apply for a visa like any other foreign country, and if you don’t have the appropriate documents or reason for travel, you can get rejected.

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