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Road Travel Ghana To Nigeria by willsonzzy: 1:50pm On Sep 12, 2019
Please nairaland,I want to know how to travel from Ghana to Nigeria by road without any transport company.because their fair is getting out of hand and it's affecting business, please help a brother.
Re: Road Travel Ghana To Nigeria by willsonzzy: 1:54pm On Sep 12, 2019
Please I need a reply nairalanders
Re: Road Travel Ghana To Nigeria by Evidenx(m): 2:21pm On Sep 12, 2019
You want to know how to travel from Ghana to Nigeria without any transport company? BUY YOUR CAR THEN AND TRAVEL WITH IT.
Re: Road Travel Ghana To Nigeria by gentlebullet(m): 4:41pm On Sep 12, 2019
willsonzzy:
Please nairaland,I want to know how to travel from Ghana to Nigeria by road without any transport company.because their fair is getting out of hand and it's affecting business, please help a brother.
If you are in Accra, find your way to STC station in Tudu and board a bus to Aflao( the fare is Ghc28). When you alight at the STC Park in Aflao, you walk down to the border and stamp your passport out of Ghana and into Togo.

After border crossing, Just walk down to the car park right there on the Togo side of Aflao, you will see vehicles loading to Cotonou, Seme and Lagos. The Seme cars loads faster and the fare is 6000Cfa, you will alight at Hilla-Codji (Togo/ Benin border), cross on foot whiles the vehicle crosses to wait for you at the car park on the Benin side.( stamping of passport here has to do with your smartness. If you don't have a passport and yellow card, you pay 500cfa on both sides to immigration and 300cfa for yellow card).

From Hilla-codji you pass Cotonou and drive to Seme, Just pick a bike to cross you to the Nigeria side for #500 if you aren't stamping passport. I am sure you can find your way from Seme to your final destination in Lagos.
I hope this helps.....

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Re: Road Travel Ghana To Nigeria by willsonzzy: 9:40pm On Sep 12, 2019
Thank you so much this will go a long way I appreciate
gentlebullet:

If you are in Accra, find your way to STC station in Tudu and board a bus to Aflao( the fare is Ghc28). When you alight at the STC Park in Aflao, you walk down to the border and stamp your passport out of Ghana and into Togo.

After border crossing, Just walk down to the car park right there on the Togo side of Aflao, you will see vehicles loading to Cotonou, Seme and Lagos. The Seme cars loads faster and the fare is 6000Cfa, you will alight at Hilla-Codji (Togo/ Benin border), cross on foot whiles the vehicle crosses to wait for you at the car park on the Benin side.( stamping of passport here has to do with your smartness. If you don't have a passport and yellow card, you pay 500cfa on both sides to immigration and 300cfa for yellow card).

From Hilla-codji you pass Cotonou and drive to Seme, Just pick a bike to cross you to the Nigeria side for #500 if you aren't stamping passport. I am sure you can find your way from Seme to your final destination in Lagos.
I hope this helps.....
Re: Road Travel Ghana To Nigeria by gentlebullet(m): 9:48pm On Sep 12, 2019
willsonzzy:
Thank you so much this will go a long way I appreciate
You are most welcome....
Re: Road Travel Ghana To Nigeria by willsonzzy: 3:20pm On Sep 13, 2019
Ok bro thanks
Ewan1:
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Re: Road Travel Ghana To Nigeria by evergreen9: 7:31am On Oct 03, 2019
gentlebullet:

You are most welcome....

Been trying to reach you bro. Are you on whatsapp?
Re: Road Travel Ghana To Nigeria by ryanbabraham: 7:49am On May 30, 2020
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Re: Road Travel Ghana To Nigeria by Idaytesj29: 10:03am On May 01, 2022
gentlebullet:

If you are in Accra, find your way to STC station in Tudu and board a bus to Aflao( the fare is Ghc28). When you alight at the STC Park in Aflao, you walk down to the border and stamp your passport out of Ghana and into Togo.

After border crossing, Just walk down to the car park right there on the Togo side of Aflao, you will see vehicles loading to Cotonou, Seme and Lagos. The Seme cars loads faster and the fare is 6000Cfa, you will alight at Hilla-Codji (Togo/ Benin border), cross on foot whiles the vehicle crosses to wait for you at the car park on the Benin side.( stamping of passport here has to do with your smartness. If you don't have a passport and yellow card, you pay 500cfa on both sides to immigration and 300cfa for yellow card).

From Hilla-codji you pass Cotonou and drive to Seme, Just pick a bike to cross you to the Nigeria side for #500 if you aren't stamping passport. I am sure you can find your way from Seme to your final destination in Lagos.
I hope this helps.....

So, there are no Sienna independent transporters traveling the route? Like we have for Lagos to Abuja?

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