Nigeria begins e-passport issuance in Tokyo, Seoul
The Nigeria Immigration Service has inaugurated two more passport and biometric visa facilities in Tokyo, Japan; and Seoul, South Korea.
According to him, the Comptroller General, NIS, Mr. Muhammad Babandede, wishes to inform the general public that these facilities are expected to start attending to passport and visa applications with immediate effect.Read more: The Punch Newspapers
Isokay....I like it green self Is that our new passport? But that's not the problem of Nigeria for now, Mr President Are we safe?🙄🙄🙄 But they are failing to issue it to all applicants at home,who are waiting for months after applying before they get it Red Pali no mean say we go become British lol 🙄 Good 👍
Interesting I don't think what we need is e-passport. Is not necessary to us... Mr president hunger dey d catch me pls do something and stp showing me e-pssport, pls!
NIS begins E-passport, biometric visa issuance in Japan, South Korea - Daily Post NigeriaThe Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has inaugurated two more passport and biometric visa facilities in Tokyo, Japan, and Seoul, South Korea. The Service
Hope they won't complain of 'no enough paper '
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