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  1. #1041

    Lagos.

    Do PM me Whatapp of Her it's My First time to Lagos will be there in End December.

    Quote Originally Posted by Loso69  [View Original Post]
    Debby was a petite cutie I'd met several times in Pat's Bar. She got my attention by asking if I wanted to fuck her up the ass. I fancied cracking open her tight little butt cheeks, and invited her to my room.

    Debby was into bodybuilding, so she had a muscular body with impressive biceps. She was also a real sweetie who loved French kissing. After wrapping her sweet lips around my dick, Debby rode me like a cowgirl with a cause. Even with plenty of lube, it was still tough to pop my dick inside her tiny asshole. Debby was moaning as I sunk my dick balls deep up her arse. Even though it felt great to bang her bunghole, the tight hole restricted my movements & prevented the slam dunk. I eventually switched back to her pussy, and power banged Debby until she got cum sprayed.

    The WhatsApp number Debby gave me featured a picture of her mom. When Ramadan started, mom was wearing a Muslim outfit. Muslim girls are more likely to take it up the ass.

    Loso
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  2. #1040

    Don't worry

    Quote Originally Posted by Slowalk  [View Original Post]
    You have to be a citizen of one of those West African Countries to get that passport. Also, some of those countries allow entrance of these passport holders entrance at the discretion of the Immigration agent.
    No need to be citizen. Just the right contacts get you a passport. Its Africa man. You want Diplomatic Passport. For the right price ANYTHING can be bought. Talk to any Lebanese. I am not mentioning any country. The Lebanese Businesspeople just buy a Passport. Way cheaper instead of acquiring a work permit. ECOWAS Citizen has the RIGHT to work and reside in ANY ECOWAS country. Visafree up to 3 months. No exceptions.

    Neddy.
    And for that matter. I talked to a Nigerian who told me he can acquire a biometric EU passport of my home country for 20.000 euros. Its called corruption hehehe. Of course african Passport is much cheaper. Between 500 and 1000 euros. Thats the reality mate. And they throw in a free birth certificate and a biometric ID as well.

  3. #1039

    Ecowas

    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    Well. I am not going into details. But. There is genuine biometric Passports of an ECOWAS country for sale. Its Africa. 3 months visafree access for all 15 Ecowas countries.

    Neddy.
    You have to be a citizen of one of those West African Countries to get that passport. Also, some of those countries allow entrance of these passport holders entrance at the discretion of the Immigration agent.

  4. #1038

    Easy

    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos3000  [View Original Post]
    Way to go!

    When you get it done give us know how you did it.

    I'm definitely interested. Too much visa hassle.
    Well. I am not going into details. But. There is genuine biometric Passports of an ECOWAS country for sale. Its Africa. 3 months visafree access for all 15 Ecowas countries.

    Neddy.

  5. #1037

    Way to go.

    Quote Originally Posted by Neddy69  [View Original Post]
    https://immigration.gov.ng/visa-on-arrival/


    But I m working on an even better option. No visa for me any more soon for all ECOWAS countries...
    Way to go!

    When you get it done give us know how you did it.

    I'm definitely interested. Too much visa hassle.

  6. #1036

    Voa bs

    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos3000  [View Original Post]
    Nigeria now has visa on arrival for certain countries.

    Check if your country of residency is one.
    https://immigration.gov.ng/visa-on-arrival/

    When you read the instructions at the home page its a lot of BS. Read the eligibility criterias 100% BS. High net worth investors. Blabla. If it was easy Nigeria would be swamped with tourists. The Naira HALVED in value versus USD. Since I had a Nigerian Pole dancer in Gambia I am absolutely hooked by Igbo chicas. Squirts too. Told me threesomes quite normal. WTF. But. I have a trick. I have a Gambian Residence Permit. I ll go through the Nigerian Embassy in Banjul. In fact I know some of the Embassy dudes there. Return ticket Banjul-Lagos with Asky Air.

    But next on my list. Guinea Conakry and Sweet Salone.

    Neddy.

    But I m working on an even better option. No visa for me any more soon for all ECOWAS countries...

  7. #1035
    Quote Originally Posted by Leblon  [View Original Post]
    I tried to go there, but I could not get visa, I really tried. Problem was that in the country where I was resident there was no Nigerian embassy. I tried then to apply visa in the country where there was an Nigerian embassy, but in the embassy they said that since I was not resident in that country, it is not possible. Nigeria don't have embassies in so many countries.

    Lost a lot money with all these applications, I tried several of them. All these instructions for visa in the web are confusing, it is not clearly said what you should do for visa. Like with online application, even then you need to visit embassy. Invitation visa, you need to still visit embassy. And in the country where you are resident or citizen.

    Maybe some day I will live in country where there is Nigerian embassy, then I may try again. Or maybe they will have real visa on arrival, to get tourist money there, like in Kenya / Tansania / Uganda.

    Meanwhile, Nigerian girls are everywhere, I like them and I meet them all the time.
    Nigeria now has visa on arrival for certain countries.

    Check if your country of residency is one.

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  9. #1033
    Quote Originally Posted by Mozam  [View Original Post]
    I'm surprised more people aren't posting here. Nigeria is probably one of the best countries in Africa for the hobby.
    I tried to go there, but I could not get visa, I really tried. Problem was that in the country where I was resident there was no Nigerian embassy. I tried then to apply visa in the country where there was an Nigerian embassy, but in the embassy they said that since I was not resident in that country, it is not possible. Nigeria don't have embassies in so many countries.

    Lost a lot money with all these applications, I tried several of them. All these instructions for visa in the web are confusing, it is not clearly said what you should do for visa. Like with online application, even then you need to visit embassy. Invitation visa, you need to still visit embassy. And in the country where you are resident or citizen.

    Maybe some day I will live in country where there is Nigerian embassy, then I may try again. Or maybe they will have real visa on arrival, to get tourist money there, like in Kenya / Tansania / Uganda.

    Meanwhile, Nigerian girls are everywhere, I like them and I meet them all the time.

  10. #1032

    Low Activity

    I'm surprised more people aren't posting here. Nigeria is probably one of the best countries in Africa for the hobby.

  11. #1031
    Quote Originally Posted by Univelton  [View Original Post]
    Have noticed Abuja is not yet on high radar while it has so many spots with so cheap chicks in WG friendly hotels.

    Have you tried Wuse 2 district? There are plenty of spots to pick up some nice Fulani slim chicks!!
    Was in Abuja 3 weeks ago. In 4 days I saw 8 different women. I'd actually say Abuja is far easier than Lagos. There's one central area where all the women congregate. Find them, get a price and drive home. Abuja is also less hectic.

    However, quality in Lagos is far superior to Abuja.

  12. #1030

    Travel agencies, resorts and guides.

    Quote Originally Posted by XXL  [View Original Post]
    I wonder whether those guys were not just expecting a bribe.
    He was lucky to get the visa because a letter of invitation is a requirement. I was told that some resorts and travel agencies can give you a letter. I never tried it. Nigeria is on my never completed bucket list.

  13. #1029
    Quote Originally Posted by Loso69  [View Original Post]
    ... After handing over the required documents, the guy at the counter asks for my invitation letter, citing security issues. WTF? There was no mention of an invitation letter on the website.

    I wait for my interview with the immigration officer, who's higher up the hierarchical ladder. He bluntly states I can't be awarded a tourist visa without an invitation letter. I present him with a printed version of the tourist visa requirements, and tell him the invitation letter is an impossible & bogus requirement. He simply leaves the room.

    I'm seriously pissed off! I go back to the guy at the counter and tell him that Nigerians have a reputation for being thieves & scam artists, and that the embassy only confirms that reputation. He threatens to call the police because I insulted his beloved country!

    ...
    I wonder whether those guys were not just expecting a bribe.

  14. #1028

    Abuja spots and tips.

    Have noticed Abuja is not yet on high radar while it has so many spots with so cheap chicks in WG friendly hotels.

    Have you tried Wuse 2 district? There are plenty of spots to pick up some nice Fulani slim chicks!!

  15. #1027

    Nigerian Visa

    I applied for my Nigerian visa online. I filled out the questionnaire & paid the visa fee applicable for Belgium, augmented by a 20 USD transaction fee. My interview date at the embassy in Brussels was a week later.

    Since I satisfied all the requirements for a tourist visa, as outlined on the embassy website, I expected the visa application to be smooth sailing. After handing over the required documents, the guy at the counter asks for my invitation letter, citing security issues. WTF? There was no mention of an invitation letter on the website.

    I wait for my interview with the immigration officer, who's higher up the hierarchical ladder. He bluntly states I can't be awarded a tourist visa without an invitation letter. I present him with a printed version of the tourist visa requirements, and tell him the invitation letter is an impossible & bogus requirement. He simply leaves the room.

    I'm seriously pissed off! I go back to the guy at the counter and tell him that Nigerians have a reputation for being thieves & scam artists, and that the embassy only confirms that reputation. He threatens to call the police because I insulted his beloved country!

    The consular official is called upon. He's another step higher up the ladder. I sit down with all 3 guys. They tell me they have the right to refuse a visa. Sure, but not without a valid reason. I followed the instructions on their website to the letter. Springing the need for an invitation letter on me was simply unjust. If Nigeria didn't welcome tourists because of security concerns, they should be open & honest about it, instead of using invitation letters as a bogus reason to deny visa requests. I was asked to leave the room as they deliberated my fate.

    The guy at the counter informs me I could still obtain a visa if I appeal the decision. I have to write a (handwritten) letter, arguing my case. After the lunch break, my letter is handed to the consular official. After an anxious wait, I'm informed that he repealed the immigration officer's decision because I'm an experienced traveler, aware of the risks. For anyone requiring a tourist visa for Nigeria, those may be the magic words. After 5 hours of torture, the horror story unexpectedly got a happy ending. I even received my visa the next day, when it normally takes 2-3 working days.

    Once I was in Lagos, just about every expat who addressed me asked the same question: "Who are you working for?" They could scarcely believe I was a (sex) tourist. One guy even took a selfie with me to show his wife. He said I was the only tourist he'd ever met in Nigeria.

    Loso

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