Everyone is talking about the improved services at the consulate general in Johannesburg. The Nigerian community in South Africa is beginning to have confidence in the consulate again as reported.  We want the AYIDSA information and publicity department to inform our people about the correct information about the good work at the Nigeria missions in South Africa. “Delay in Passports and Visas issuances for Nigerians in South Africa is over,” said Dr. Agbeniyi.

In the past when we were struggling for services, we cried out. Now that things have changed, we should also do the same. If there are Nigerians that seek a contract of an agent for Passports or visas in this new era of Nigeria missions in South Africa they are doing it as a choice and such individuals must not complain. I still received information from few people that agents are collecting money for services not done and the association should intervene.

We have some of our members from all provinces across South Africa that have collected their passports in one day at the Consulate General in Johannesburg. The procedure is very simple, Apply online, make the payment or you can choose to pay at the Consulate and your data capture date will be assigned to you. The consulate doors are open to all Nigerians everyday for good and effective services.

Let all Nigerians be aware of this and join us to applaud this good development by our missions. I got a call from one of our members on Monday who needs a guideline for Passports issuance for his family and the next day everything was done.  AYIDSA truly salute the new team at the Consulate General in Johannesburg.



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