IMPORTANT MESSAGES

RE: STRANDED NIGERIAN MOM AND HER KIDS

The attention of the Embassy has been drawn to a recent news item purporting that a Nigerian mom and her two children were forced to spend the night in front of the Embassy of Nigeria in Berlin on 08.07.2019.

Following thorough investigation of the matter, the Embassy wishes to unequivocally state that no such incident took place on the said date or in recent times. The background picture touted to the the Embassy's building is a mere representation to mislead the public.

The Embassy assures that it would continue to strive towards rendering top notch consular services, in spite of the overwhelming demands and challenges confronting the Mission. In order to achieve this, the Embassy further reiterates its call for visitors seeking to renew their passports to utilise the online appointment booking portal.

Embassy of Nigeria Berlin, Germany 9th July 2019

Nigeria's Buddy Bear

This is Nigeria's new Buddy Bear. The Bear is the symbol of Berlin. The United Buddy Bears are exhibited around the world as demonstration of global peace and unity

Amb. Tuggar address at the Business Meeting with German Investors in Berlin with the VP

Summer chat with H.E. Ambassador Maitama Yusuf Tuggar

NEW VISA REGULATION

CHANGE IN VISA APPLICATION PROCEDURE

In compliance with a directive from the Federal government of Nigeria, all visa applicants are hereby informed that with effect from 6th May 2019,
visa applications will no longer be received in the Nigerian Embassy in Berlin (Neue Jakobstr. 4, 10179 Berlin)
All submissions by applicants are to be made through our government authorized licensed agents, in line with global best practice.

NIGERIA VISA APPLICATION CENTER
Nigerian Government Service provider: Thebez Global Resources Limited / VFS
Regus office 422 4th floor, Gontardstra├če 11, 10178 Berlin 

Website: http: www.thebezglobalresourcesltd.com/Nigeria/germany/ 
Email: info.ngde@thebezglobalresourcesltd.com 
Tel: +49 30 40817 2623 (Monday-Friday, 10am -12.00 hrs)
*Please note that submission of Visa application is by appointment online.* Management

BOOST FOR AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE EXPORTS FROM NIGERIA

betterECO GmbH has exported the first shipment of ginger from Nigeria to Germany. Other shipments expected will include turmetric and hibiscus. Gradually, betterECO is introducing large cooperatives in Nigeria to organic farming and will expand to export spices, nuts and oil seeds. 

betterECO also plans an investment in processing plants in Nigeria.

             

American and German Firms Donate Mobility Carts To Disabled IDPs in Borno