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Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 8:26am On Feb 25, 2018
I'm new to Mozambique and I'd like to meet Nigerians here, I had there are a lot of Igbo Nigerians selling spare parts and doing other legit business here, let's meet. wink

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Nobody: 8:41am On Feb 25, 2018
Wetin carry you go there?
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 10:17am On Feb 25, 2018
iAudio:
Wetin carry you go there?
come here and see 24/7 electricity unlike ours, tared roads with no single potholes unlike 80% of our roads, 1$ = 74 maticais unlike naira @365, filling stations never run out of fuel unlike Nigeria a Petro producing country, after we'll be asking what we went to do in another less rich countries but meanwhile they're far better than us the self acclaimed giant of AFRICA.

PS. I didnt come to reside here but has a tourist that doesn't mean if I see a means of livelihood I won't migrant, also I will be doing some preview on this thread with pictures, so we Nigerians will know that we're really suffering in that sh*thole country.

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by marvelife: 10:35am On Feb 25, 2018
Can you enlighten us here the cost of your trip to Mozambique. For we the lovers of adventure. Thanks

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by kindmman(m): 10:56am On Feb 25, 2018
Does one need a visa to go to Mozambique?
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 5:22pm On Feb 25, 2018
marvelife:
Can you enlighten us here the cost of your trip to Mozambique. For we the lovers of adventure. Thanks
I didn't go from Nigeria, i went there from Portugal and it cost me 40€ to get their Visa at their embassy in Lisbon Portugal

The flight cost about $800, from Lisbon to Maputo

For the documents needed.

1, Invitation letter if you're being invited by someone
2, reserved flight ticket
3, hotel reservation

Going as a tourist?
Just the number 1 & 2 documents mentioned above is all you'll be needing

kindmman:
Does one need a visa to go to Mozambique?
yes as a Nigerian citizen you'll be needing a visa to enter Mozambique

There are a lot of countries ppl most here that we can enter with our passport, but it's a big lie, apart from the neighbouring west African countries, it's one few non west African countries you can get visa on arrival.

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Kingsley10000: 6:47pm On Feb 25, 2018
whats the nature of jobs there,would like to live and work there
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 8:26pm On Feb 25, 2018
Kingsley10000:
whats the nature of jobs there,would like to live and work there
I've just been here for a week so I don't know about the job situation here yet.
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Kumashi2: 10:25am On Feb 26, 2018
Seeing is believing sometimes....
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by omoiyamayor(m): 12:44pm On Feb 27, 2018
If you have certified invitation you can get visa at Maputo airport at around $50 or so.Mozambique was a nice experience for me then.they enjoy hanging around English speaking people a lot.
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by oluwarichie(m): 8:56pm On Feb 27, 2018
Mozambique is a visa on arrival country for Nigerians...... heard it's a nice place for business.and english teaching jobs ....I'll love to migrate to Mozambique of I can get a place to stay a while ..
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 11:33pm On Feb 27, 2018
Took a tour to a village in the central of Mozambique today but couldn't explore as I'd wanted due to rain fall

This photo is a photo of the palace of the district Governor of "GONDOLA' that's the name of the village,
A district Governor is equal has a LCDA 'cancellor'

The photo below it his palace

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 11:40pm On Feb 27, 2018
Also visited some other areas in the village, I got to notice that they have good roads even in their villages and 24/7 electricity with street lights.

Photos below shows a narrow road that leads to the express

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 11:42pm On Feb 27, 2018
And also buildings with same structure built by the government for the people that works in the railway sector in that village.

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by MrRitchie: 2:27am On Feb 28, 2018
iAudio:
Wetin carry you go there?
oga try leave Nigeria and go to a neighbouring country and see how Nigerians are making money there, even a country that's not known had a better living conditions than Nigeria.

Only in Nigeria a senator will construct a local bridge in his constituency everybody will be hailing him as if it's a privilege, meanwhile it's ur right to enjoy total quality infrastructure.

We better stand up now and fight for our right.
Countries with less of our oil and other natural resources are enjoying good roads, 24/7 electricity, constant fuel in their gas stations.

I just see us Nigerians like we're used to suffering and smiling and we've taken it has our faith smiley

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by skydon(m): 4:21am On Feb 28, 2018
Kingsley10000:
whats the nature of jobs there,would like to live and work there
No job in Moz, it's only good for business.
I'm conversant with SA-SD-MOZ route.
Cheers!

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Nobody: 7:18am On Feb 28, 2018
MrRitchie:
oga try leave Nigeria and go to a neighbouring country and see how Nigerians are making money there, even a country that's not known had a better living conditions than Nigeria.

Only in Nigeria a senator will construct a local bridge in his constituency everybody will be hailing him as if it's a privilege, meanwhile it's ur right to enjoy total quality infrastructure.

We better stand up now and fight for our right.
Countries with less of our oil and other natural resources are enjoying good roads, 24/7 electricity, constant fuel in their gas stations.

I just see us Nigerians like we're used to suffering and smiling and we've taken it has our faith smiley
and who tell you say I dey Nigeria?
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 12:58pm On Feb 28, 2018
skydon:

No job in Moz, it's only good for business.
I'm conversant with SA-SD-MOZ route.
Cheers!


You're right its good for business

I've met a lot of igbos who owns spare part shops, night clubs and restaurant

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 1:02pm On Feb 28, 2018
iAudio:
and who tell you say I dey Nigeria?
then weytin carry u too go where u dey, some ppl self

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by MrRitchie: 4:04pm On Mar 01, 2018
iAudio:
and who tell you say I dey Nigeria?
oga you dey Nigeria

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by mystery22(m): 4:27pm On Mar 01, 2018
Wow even Mozambique,24/7 electricity,chai we are really suffering in this shithole.
nice one op,for opening this thread.


plz anyone with idea of how I can migrate there, how much is needed,and good business idea...
thanks wink

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 9:50pm On Mar 01, 2018
mystery22:
Wow even Mozambique,24/7 electricity,chai we are really suffering in this shithole.
nice one op,for opening this thread.


plz anyone with idea of how I can migrate there, how much is needed,and good business idea...
thanks wink
I got to find out that with any business you choose to do here once it's legit you'll succeed most especially in the field of restaurant or women apparels, with about 60$ in total you'll get their Visa on arrival or at the embassy in Nigeria, and for the flight you can check online yourself

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by mystery22(m): 10:21pm On Mar 01, 2018
Iammercy2018:
I got to find out that with any business you choose to do here once it's legit you'll succeed most especially in the field of restaurant or women apparels, with about 60$ in total you'll get their Visa on arrival or at the embassy in Nigeria, and for the flight you can check online yourself
thanks alot, I appreciate smiley

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 11:39pm On Mar 01, 2018
mystery22:
thanks alot, I appreciate smiley
you're welcome
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Nobody: 9:00am On Mar 02, 2018
MrRitchie:
oga you dey Nigeria
OK sir, we no dey argue.
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Arewa12: 2:39pm On Mar 02, 2018
Iammercy2018:
I got to find out that with any business you choose to do here once it's legit you'll succeed most especially in the field of restaurant or women apparels, with about 60$ in total you'll get their Visa on arrival or at the embassy in Nigeria, and for the flight you can check online yourself


what your take on someone who want to start hairdressing and making of wigs business over Der...
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 4:13pm On Mar 02, 2018
Arewa12:



what your take on someone who want to start hairdressing and making of wigs business over Der...

That's one other area i would advance anyone to go for 100%
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by MrRitchie: 4:15pm On Mar 02, 2018
iAudio:
OK sir, we no dey argue.
of course, I no dey argue with u

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