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Why the Nigerian passport is ranked 95th globally

By Guardian Exclusive
06 March 2020   |   7:48 pm
Why can citizens of Japan travel with ease to over 190 countries without a visa or with the option of obtaining visas on arrival while Nigerians can only do so for 46 countries, whether for leisure or business? ⁣

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