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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Zejunjo: 6:27pm On Sep 20, 2018
Pablo1011:
I need to travel to moz I need help on how to get the tourist Visa
You don't need visa to travel to Mozambique. All you need is your passport, hotel reservation, About 1000USD BTA and yellow card. Book for flight to Mozambique using Ethiopian airline or any other airline of your choice that flies the route. You shall pay 50 USD at Maputo airport for visa on arrival.
Good luck

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Nobody: 9:45pm On Sep 23, 2018
OP what was the name of that cheap hotel u mentioned? u didn't give out the name.
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Nobody: 9:47pm On Sep 23, 2018
Zejunjo:

You don't need visa to travel to Mozambique. All you need is your passport, hotel reservation, About 1000USD BTA and yellow card. Book for flight to Mozambique using Ethiopian airline or any any airline of your choice that flies the route. You shall pay 50 USD at Maputo airport for visa on arrival.
Good luck

thank u very much for this.. can one enter South Africa with a Mozambique visit visa just for visit via boarder and return back cos I heard they share boarder. thanks
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Ndipe(m): 1:41am On Nov 07, 2018
E be like say there are Nigerians in every country in the world.
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by JustmcKay(m): 4:28am On Dec 29, 2018
Please is there way I can reach you via email, phone or any other means , I really want to ask some important questions about there thank you so much..... Especially how to attend to peoples question
Iammercy2018:
I arrived the capital city (Maputo) today

Pics to follow.
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by JustmcKay(m): 4:35am On Dec 29, 2018
Iammercy2018 please leave that Mumu, keep on with the explanations, I have so many good news about that country, from a friend of mine who's brother resides there...just ignore him
Iammercy2018:


I am here and I've had encounter with different nationals who are doing business here, ppl from SA, UK, USA, Brazil, Portugal and China, they all told me they had people doing business in Nigeria but they've all packed up about five years ago, so I know what am saying.

They prefer doing business here than in Nigeria, now this is not a matter of population, if you want I can go and interview all this guys all over again with their voices recorded.

You're in Nigeria, come down here and evaluate things before talking, don't judge with what you read on the paper.

Thank u.
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by JustmcKay(m): 4:41am On Dec 29, 2018
Am interested too,and I stay in Lagos, this is my contact....0826918993...if you happen to get more info plss share with me.thank you so much...
prettytolar:
All is well, wether the country is poor or not, I really don't mind.

Please, who wants to give us an accurate information on how to migrate to Mozambique from Lagos to Maputo
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by JustmcKay(m): 4:55am On Dec 29, 2018
Oga your a big liar, my uncle stays in Guinea, and he has made it big there, and it's still making it big till today, as a matter of fact, he is building his third house in delta state, asaba to be precise... Keep quiet!
cyril83:
Op must be living in a remote village before relocating to Portugal... posting pictures of dirty and dry beach, an old school sky scraper, average tied roads and some older pictures.

can anyone compare the posted beach to any in Nigeria? None of those posted pics can match any in Nigeria.

Nigeria is bad, fine but relocating to Mozambique is not the right step. I have been to about 12 african countries including Moz, and I met with lotta Nigerians running biz. Most of these successful guyz you see around involve in one or too fraud, you just have to believe me when i say that.

The question op is not answering and some frustrated Nigerians didn't ask the op. Is this Op relocating permanently to Moz or on holidays?

Op should take her time to look around if she would see much of female Nigerians, we only have much male 9ja in Moz coz of fraud and most 9ja ladies u see around are their people

You guyz should look very well before you leap.
No thinking right senses Nigerian would prefer Moz to Nigeria without scam.

If na by pictures and beaches, you can easily catch those view in some cities in 9ja and if na by hustle Moz no be right place but if na by scam, my guy enta their sharperly, from there u fit also enta tanzania and Kenya run some shit too beware no enta southy coz e don cast. the op might even be on fraud voyage.


Instead of travelling to Moz or any African countries, kukuma get yourself a small Europe country.

No African country is worth staying except you have a criminal mind.
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Nobody: 10:37am On Dec 29, 2018
Iammercy2018:
no difficulty in getting their Visa, you get even get on arrival, but I'd suggest you get it bfore coming to make things more easier for you.

hmm
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Sportwin(m): 9:47am On Jan 04, 2019
will 50k get me to mozambique ?
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by TheFilmmaker: 6:39pm On Feb 19, 2019
Iammercy2018:
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

Hello, please i am interested in visiting Moz for tourist purposes. Where do I start from? Can we talk on whatsapp? My number is 09077673241

Thanks
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by brainbox80: 4:11pm On Mar 07, 2019
Iammercy2018:
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.

I'M SERIOUSLY CONSIDERING RELOCATING OUT OF NIGERIA, ANY GOOD AFRICAN NATION WILL NOT BE A BAD IDEA OR ANY OTHER FRIENDLY AND ACCOMMODATING PLACE THAT WILL NOT BE TO EXPENSIVE TO LIVE IN AND ARE NOT HOSTILE TO FOREIGNERS (NIGERIANS ESPECIALLY) TOO. HOW DO I GO ABOUT THE VISA(IF NOT VISA FREE)? MORE SO, DO WE REALLY HAVE NIGERIANS OVER THERE, CAN THEY HELP RECEIVE A BROTHER COS THIS IS A MAJOR ISSUE I NEED TO SORT OUT FIRST? WELL, MAYBE YOU CAN HELP A BROTHER WITH ANY USEFUL INFORMATION PLS COS I STRONGLY DESIRE TO LEAVE ASAP.
ADD ME UP IN WHATSAPP WITH THIS NUMBER : 08133845035.
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 7:59pm On Apr 05, 2019
Sportwin:
will 50k get me to mozambique ?
yes, it’ll get you to muritala international airport, it’lol also get you to the point of bribe the police and custom guys grin grin grin

If u want to go to Ghana 50k will get u there by bus with enough change sef
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by UzomaFC: 6:20am On Apr 06, 2019
Mozambique is good, I just returned 4rm there last week.
I must tell everyone that Maputo is good, cos I stayed a maracuene. even the village fine abeg.
Spare parts, cosmetics is what our ppl re doing there n it's going very well.
I enjoyed that place biko. very organized ppl n sincere. I wish to go back if my company will allow me to go back.
24hrs electricity, even I didn't see a well or borehole there.
Nigerian stress no dey there.

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by cutieme(m): 8:23am On Apr 06, 2019
UzomaFC:
Mozambique is good, I just returned 4rm there last week.
I must tell everyone that Maputo is good, cos I stayed a maracuene. even the village fine abeg.
Spare parts, cosmetics is what our ppl re doing there n it's going very well.
I enjoyed that place biko. very organized ppl n sincere. I wish to go back if my company will allow me to go back.
24hrs electricity, even I didn't see a well or borehole there.
Nigerian stress no dey there.
Nice one but how did u go about the visa?
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by rhames: 6:01pm On Apr 06, 2019
Iammercy2018:
Below are the pictures I was able to take during my lunch time.

This hotel is really affordable and the meals are very good and cheap.

I'd recommend anyone coming to Maputo to try them out

By the way, I will be back to Nigeria anytime next week grin

How much does the average meal cost?

How much does the average hotel room cost?
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 2:43pm On Apr 11, 2019
rhames:


How much does the average meal cost?
300

How much does the average hotel room cost?
5000

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 2:49pm On Apr 11, 2019
UzomaFC:
Mozambique is good, I just returned 4rm there last week.
I must tell everyone that Maputo is good, cos I stayed a maracuene. even the village fine abeg.
Spare parts, cosmetics is what our ppl re doing there n it's going very well.
I enjoyed that place biko. very organized ppl n sincere. I wish to go back if my company will allow me to go back.
24hrs electricity, even I didn't see a well or borehole there.
Nigerian stress no dey there.


really it's a nice place, i stayed just after JARDIM like you're coming from BAIXA going to ZIMPETO, i forgot the name of that place already grin grin
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by rhames: 3:59pm On Apr 11, 2019
Iammercy2018:

I mean on a monthly basis?
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 7:58am On Apr 13, 2019
rhames:


I mean on a monthly basis?

average price for hotel and food on a monthly basis?

haven't done that calculation before
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Danirose007(m): 8:33am On Apr 14, 2019
divads:
Pls let's understand what the op is saying..

Yes Nigeria has a large population which connotes a larger market for Foreign investors.. But these investors re already business tycoons who come to exploit and enlarge there businesses.. So an average Nigerian moving to Mozambique may not be seen as a "Foreign investor".

The Op have mentioned the kind of businesses that thrive in Mozambique.. Barbing, boutique, Restaurants etc.. These are the normal business an average Nigerian do.. No foreign investor will come to Nigeria to open a barbing salon because Nigeria has d population..

Lets understand what the OP is saying b4 talking about "FOREIGN INVESTORS".

So It may not be advisable for large scale foreign investors to invest in Mozambique.. But an average Nigerian can thrive in Mozambique and exploit the little opportunities there.. Simple.
Top notch wisdom

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Useful1: 3:57pm On Apr 14, 2019
Mozambique single entry visa costs $50. A letter of invitation or a hotel reservation. Cost of living is a bit here there now unlike before. Get enough info before going there.
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Useful1: 4:27pm On Apr 14, 2019
JustmcKay:
Oga your a big liar, my uncle stays in Guinea, and he has made it big there, and it's still making it big till today, as a matter of fact, he is building his third house in delta state, asaba to be precise... Keep quiet!

Migration is good but in 21st century people migrate with vision, plan, adequate information about the potential host country, reasonable fund to sustain them for sometimes before getting a job or stattistup a business. However, it may not necessarily work like that on all cases but its important one prepare before setting out.

I've seen a lot of Nigerians that are millionares in different currencies without indulging in any questionable business. This idea of labeling every successful nigerian outside as a crook is wrong.

Mozambique is a good place to live but consider the cost of living before coming.

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by rhames: 9:42am On Apr 15, 2019
Iammercy2018:


average price for hotel and food on a monthly basis?

haven't done that calculation before

please do as this blogger needs it for his next adventure?
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Jonesjoe(m): 9:14pm On Jul 11, 2019
Pls can I visit South Africa for a few days visit from Mozambique?
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by gustav25: 3:22pm On Sep 15, 2019
Where is that silly Cyril of yesteryears ? Anyway , what will be the cost for vacation at Maputo or any coastal city
Useful1:


Migration is good but in 21st century people migrate with vision, plan, adequate information about the potential host country, reasonable fund to sustain them for sometimes before getting a job or stattistup a business. However, it may not necessarily work like that on all cases but its important one prepare before setting out.

I've seen a lot of Nigerians that are millionares in different currencies without indulging in any questionable business. This idea of labeling every successful nigerian outside as a crook is wrong.

Mozambique is a good place to live but consider the cost of living before coming.
Iammercy2018:


really it's a nice place, i stayed just after JARDIM like you're coming from BAIXA going to ZIMPETO, i forgot the name of that place already grin grin
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 1:00am On Sep 17, 2019
gustav25:
Where is that silly Cyril of yesteryears ? Anyway , what will be the cost for vacation at Maputo or any coastal city
visa on arrival just budget $100, you won't pay more than $60 tho, then check online for flight fares, hotels starting from $30/40 and above for good room, i'd suggest you visit maputo, nice city with very friendly people. also don't forget to visit the beach in coastal de sol and there spicy fish wink
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by skiche45: 6:25pm On Oct 21, 2019
I will be visiting Mozambique next month... who’s coming let plan it together
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Ugosample(m): 9:29pm On Oct 21, 2019
UzomaFC:
Mozambique is good, I just returned 4rm there last week.
I must tell everyone that Maputo is good, cos I stayed a maracuene. even the village fine abeg.
Spare parts, cosmetics is what our ppl re doing there n it's going very well.
I enjoyed that place biko. very organized ppl n sincere. I wish to go back if my company will allow me to go back.
24hrs electricity, even I didn't see a well or borehole there.
Nigerian stress no dey there.

this is probably the next country I will visit

But I have to go NIGERIA first by year end undecided
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Rexkingsley(m): 9:33pm On Oct 21, 2019
Abeg how is internet hustle like over there I mean can I receive money from western union as a nigrian over there
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Ugosample(m): 11:11am On Oct 23, 2019
onatisi:

I don't think this is entirely true . There are many job opportunities in many African countries but the truth is certain things have to be in place .
,never travel to an African country to hustle if you don't have anyone on ground there to put you through. To easily survive in an african country one has to have survival technical skills which one can make use of immediately one lands and unfortunately computer literacy isn't one of those skills ,skills such as capentry,bricklaying,electrical repairs,tailoring,hair dressing are skills that will quickly attract employment opportunities at least for a newcomer to survive with before he or she finally finds his feet. Lastly make sure you travel with more than enough funds at least to feed for 3 months ,this is very very important. Ppl should look at it this way,how will it look if a gambian just comes into Nigeria without any money ,without knowing anyone ,without hearing the local language, and he is saying he wants to hustle? The same scenario too applies to Nigerians who travel without proper orientation,go with proper skills,and have more than enough funds to survive with for 3months . Lastly ,commit your journey into the Hands of God ,He alone can make all things work out

@onatisi

ita been a while

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