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Talking of Visa free countries for Nigerian, Let’s face it, Nigeria is not really the place when you think of security, good life, and social amenities. That is why people are thronging foreign embassies in Nigeria for greener pastures elsewhere. Unfortunately, millions of these people are refused visas and the number of applicants keep rising by the year.
The major focus of these people is traveling to the United States of America, Canada, the United Kingdom and other European countries, but when their efforts become thwarted, they fling their arms hopelessly, losing their fearsome battle with visas.
To these people, I say never say never, because there are countries that a Nigerian passport holder could visit without the troubles of applying for a visa. There are in fact 46 of them where you could visit for that fairylike honeymoon that you’ve been imagining, the rejuvenating holiday that you so desire or simply the getaway that you critically need.
These countries range from Georgia, in Europe, to Iran, in the middle east, and Cape Verde, on the northwest coast of Africa. But of particular interest are Barbados, Seychelles and St. Kitts.
Like Canada and the United States of America, Barbados is in North America. According to Wikipedia, she has a population of 277,821 and a GDP per capita of $15,921 suggesting that the standard of living of her citizens is good and her economy is fine.
Barbados is coveted by people who desire romantic getaways or family trips because it is one of those ideal places for romance and vacation. She is the home of the Caribbean’s best beach views, luxury hotels and villas. To top it off, Barbados has a fine weather, being at her best from January to April and experiencing her fair share of hurricane from June to November.
It is pleasing to know that all the goodies that Barbados has to offer could be experienced by a holder of the Nigerian passport visa-free for six months.
Seychelles is a wonder in eastern Africa.
Located on the Indian Ocean, she boasts of 115 picturesque islands. The standard of living of Seychellois is ‘very high’ and her GDP per capita is $15,301. Seychelles will continue to be a haven for lovers of art; lovers of classic dishes; lovers of colourful carnivals; lovers of pure beaches; and, ultimately, lovers of life and living. Little wonder the life expectancy of Seychelles at birth is 73 years.
A holder of a valid Nigerian passport can travel to Seychelles without visa but will need to get visa upon arrival.
St. Kitts and Nevis
St. Kitts and Nevis is a two-island country also in North America. She is a complete look alike of Seychelles and Barbados whose economies are fairly developed. A 2013 statistics of the World Health Organisation showed that the life expectancy at birth of St. Kitts and Nevis are 71 years for male and 78 for female. With a population of about 59,000, her GDP per capita is $15,510.
Georgia: Country located at the intersection between Asia and Europe. Populated with 3,730,000 people. A holder of a valid Nigerian passport requires visa on arrival.
Dominican Republic: Country in North America. Visa-free for a Nigerian for 21 days.
Fiji Island: GDP per capita $4,000. North American country and visa-free for a Nigerian for 4 months.
Others are: Micronesia, Haiti, Nauru, Vanuatu, Timor-Leste, Palau, Samoa, Maldives, Bangladesh, Comoros Island, Tuvalu, Sri Lank, Iran, Benin Republic, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Chad, Djibouti, Cote d’Ivoire, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Kenya, Liberia, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mozambique, Niger Republic, Senegal, Tanzania, Togo, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, and Uganda.