Nigerian Consulate suspends passport processing till further notice

Nigerian Consulate suspends passport processing till further notice

The Nigerian consulate in Johannesburg released a press release to notify the general public, and Nigerians in particular, that effective Wednesday 18th March 2020, the Consulate General of Nigeria Johannesburg will temporarily suspend the processing of Nigerian passport, till further.

This is a proactive measure to limit exposure of both applicants and staff at the Consulate to the coronavirus pandemic. Preventing large gatherings in public places within the period is part of the guidelines as outlined by the host government.

However, those who have been captured already should await information from the Consulate to collect their passports at the agreed time and designated points. You should, however, contact the following numbers and email for emergency cases:

Tel 011 442 3620 / 011 442 3621 / 011 442 3622
[email protected]

The Consulate General does regret any inconvenience this may cause Nigerians and their family members.

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