Nigerian Embassy -  Banjul

  
  Nigerian Embassy -  Banjul

The Embassy of Nigeria in Gambia

Place: Banjul

Nigerian Embassy -  Banjul


   

   
Nigerian Embassies are bilateral missions abroad. Nigerian Embassies promote foreign interests abroad and also play an important role in trade development, cultural affairs, consular matters and local contacts with the press. The activities of all nigerian embassies are coordinated from their Ministries of Foreign Affairs. An Embassy is a permanent foreign diplomatic mission which is usually located in a foreign country's capital city. The ambassador is the highest official in a Nigerian embassy and acting as the spokesperson and chief diplomat for the home government. Nigerian Ambassadors are usually appointed by the highest level of the Nigerian government.
 
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Consular Assistance - The Nigerian Embassy has a consular department to service Nigerian citizens as well as local citizens with a wide array of consular services, such as signatures and document legalisation, visa, passports, trade information and much more. For consular procedures and more information contact the Nigerian Embassy in Banjul.

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Nigerian Embassy -  Banjul


Nigerian Embassy - Banjul

Nigerian Embassy in Banjul  - Embassy Nigeria

Here you will find information about the Nigerian Embassies and consulates abroad. Nigeria has more than 150 Embassies, consulates and permanent representations abroad. There are also High Commissions with limited powers.