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Woman Reacts After Discovering Her Nigerian Husband Requires Visa To Travel To Malawi

Our beloved country has been in the news of recent, obviously for the not-so-good reason as other African countries have continued hammering on the need to question the country's description as the giant of Africa.

Recently, the Twitter CEO had announced the citing of their headquarters in Ghana, a move which many see as a sad reality confirming the fact that the ease of doing business in Nigeria has fallen so much below average.

To further confirm this, Ex-Big Brother Africa housemate and Zimbabwean actress, model, and television personality, Miss Vimbai Mutinhiri, today, revealed what is the most disturbing thing about her marriage to her Nigerian husband, Dru Ekpenyong who is from Cross rivers state.

The TV personality had noted that the major problem she is currently facing is the fact that her husband needs a visa to travel around Africa and surprisingly, even a small country like Malawi.

This is disturbingly true as the Nigerian passport has over the years, fallen through the charts to stay at the 95th position on the world passport index.

Since last year, Nigeria ranked 95th position on the Henley Passport Index.

The Hemley passport index ranks all the world’s passports according to the number of destinations their holders can access without a prior visa.

On the 2020 index , a total of 107 countries are ranked

In the 2020 rankings, Nigerian passport holders were able to travel to 46 countries (28 in Africa) without a visa, while citizens would need a visa to travel to a total of 180 countries worldwide and also 28 countries in Africa

The African countries Nigerians can travel to without a visa is shown below:

This next image shows the African countries Nigerians must present a visa to be granted entrance.

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Dru Ekpenyong Ghana Nigerian Vimbai Mutinhiri Zimbabwean


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