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Visa Free Countries for Nigerians?

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A Visa is a type of document produced by the government that grants access to an individual to enter or leave a specific location such as a country. Visas are commonly used by immigrants or family members who are visiting relatives in foreign countries, or workers who are hired for jobs in a different country or continent. Visa free countries for Nigerians include Liberia, Guinea, Benin, Ghana, Haiti, Barbados, Cambodia, and Fiji. People who aren't married generally have to apply for a visa to enter a country such as the United States.
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A Nigerian citizen travelling on a Nigerian passport has visa free travel to 50 countries. The list can be found here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nigerian_passport#Visa-free_travel
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Well I believe that there is no universal list. I can only tell you, that you need a visa to enter Slovenia (and therefore probably the whole EU) The best thing for you would be to
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