Visa-free Destinations your Nigerian passport Gives You Access To

As the world economy has become increasingly globalized, the need for greater visa-free access has grown steadily. Across the economic spectrum, individuals want to transcend the constraints imposed on them by their country of origin and access business, financial, career, and lifestyle opportunities on a global scale and Nigeria is not left out.

Visa-free Destinations your Nigerian passport Gives You Access T

The following is a list of countries Nigerians can travel visa free some visa on arrival, taken from the current 2018 global ranking of the Henley Passport Index:

Here is a list of Visa-Free countries for Nigerians:

Visa Free Countries For Nigerians
Bangladesh Ivory Coast Kenya
Niger Barbados Djibouti
Liberia Palau Benin Rep
Dominican Madagascar Samoa
Burkinafaso Fiji Island Maldives
Senegal Burundi Gambia
Mali Seychelles Cambodia
Cambodia Ghana Mauritania
Sierra Leone Cameroun Guinea
Mauritius Somalia Cape verde
Micronesia Guinea Bissau Sri Lanka
CHad Haiti Mozambique
Tanzania Comoros Iran
Nauru Timor Leste Valuatu Tuvalu Uganda Togo Georgia

You can now travel to any of this countries to study, work or do some tourism as long as you have your valid passport with you and other legal documents.

It is also worthy to note that this list is subjected to change since any of the enlisted countries might decide to retract or change their favourable policies anytime. We will keep this list as up to date as possible.

Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.

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