To relocate means to move to a new place and establish one's home or business there. I spent almost 3 years trying to relocate out of Nigeria and I can testify that relocating to another country is not an easy endeavour. As a Nigerian, based on our world wide reputation for online fraud and skipping … Continue reading Immigration to Another Country – How to relocate for a better life
The island of Barbados is home to 287,000 Barbadians and is a major tourist hotspot in the Caribbean. Tourists can't get enough of her turquoise blue waters, white beaches, nice weather, tall palm trees, coconut water and rum, rum, rum.
Amazing beaches, volcanos, salt lakes and 9 islands to explore. Cabo Verde is the ultimate vacation destination in 2020. Matter of fact, Nigerians don't need a visa to visit the island, all you need is: 1. A valid passport 2. A valid return ticket 3. Hotel reservation 4. Yellow fever vaccination card (picture below) 5. … Continue reading How to Visit Cape Verde in 2020 as a Nigerian
With a Nigerian passport, you can only visit 45 countries out of 190 countries in the world. What this means in reality is that, to visit any country not on the list below, you must get a visa which often times will not be granted to you because well, you're Nigerian. It really sucks because … Continue reading Countries Nigerians can Visit either Visa Free, with Visa on Arrival or with an E-Visa
Andrew Henderson of nomad capitalist always says "go where you're treated best" and I totally agree with him. However, as a third world national or in my case as a Nigerian, it's near impossible to do so. Of the 190 countries in the world, Nigerians can only visit 45 countries either visa free or by … Continue reading 6 Problems with Having a Restricted Passport