Nigerians can now visit 160 countries without obtaining a visa
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Nigerians, according to Winnington Citizens & Partners, a visa processing and citizenship acquisition business, “may travel to as many as 160 countries throughout the world without visa restrictions.”
Mrs Winnie Okoh, the firm’s Chief Executive Officer, told reporters that the company has packages that would allow Nigerians to travel without a visa.
Nigerians who want to travel to Caribbean countries and portions of Europe will be able to do so with just a “Strong Passport,” she said.
Okoh, who presented the various packages on offer, said the company could make it simple for Nigerians to obtain second citizenship.
She went on to say that there are other economic opportunities, education, and healthcare services in other countries available.
According to Okoh, the company is cooperating with five Caribbean countries to advertise its citizenship by investment to anyone looking for a second passport.
“In the Caribbean, business prospects abound. Many people I know have lost out on business chances because they were denied visas.
“However, they could enter the countries with this passport. All you have to do is buy a ticket and board the plane to escape all of the embassies’ hassles.
“If you wish to go to school overseas, we can assist you in obtaining admission and putting up a legal package for you. This citizenship will grant you access to quality healthcare and educational opportunities for your children.
“Once you get this passport, it will be passed down through the generations. It does not end unless you are determined to be ineligible or a criminal. You can also settle in the UK with that passport and without a visa,” she added.
When the passport expires, the CEO claims that it can be reissued easily and automatically.
She stated that the company “is aiming to positively touch the lives of Nigerians by offering access to such travel opportunities” that have been restricted or delayed in the past due to visa requirements.