Who is the first person to travel out of Nigeria?

Who is the first person to travel out of Nigeria?

His name is used as a slang today in Nigeria to tease people who cannot seem to stay in one place. They are called : ‘Ajala the traveller’….

Olabisi Ajala
Origin Lagos, Nigeria
Died 2 February 1999 (aged 64) Health facility, Lagos, Nigeria
Occupation(s) Journalist, Travel Writer
Years active 1929-1999

Who sang Ajala travels all over world?

Olabisi Ajala
Obey sang the praises of Olabisi Ajala in the album– “Ajala Travel all over the world (2ce), Ajala travel (2ce), Ajala travels all over the world, Alajala mi omo olola, Alaja lami oko Alhaja Shade, Alhaja los’obokun fun alajala, emi meje o, emi meje.”

Who was the first Nigeria man to travel Abroad?

In this retro series, Legit.ng presents to you a scintillating history of the man whose nickname, Ajala Travel, has become associated with globetrotting; Ajala Olabisi. Ajala Travel’s real names is Moshood Adisa Olabisi Ajala. He was born in Ghana in a polygamous household. His father had four wives and 25 children.

Can Nigerian travel to Canada now?

A Nigerian cannot apply for a Canada visa without a travel document, which in this case is the visa applicant’s passport. Most Nigerian’s refer to a travel passport as an ‘international passport’, so we will use that wording here, to prevent any confusion for our Nigerian readers.

What does NIS mean in Nigeria?

Nigeria Immigration Service
The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) is the government agency that has been charged with the responsibility of migration management in Nigeria. Over the years, the NIS has witnessed series of changes since it was extracted from the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) in 1958.

How much will it cost to relocate from Nigeria to Canada?

How Much Does it Cost to Immigrate to Canada from Nigeria? The permanent resident federal processing fee is $1,325. You may also need settlement funds if you don’t have a job lined up in Canada.

Who is the head of NIS?

Idris Isah Jere, a Deputy Comptroller General in charge of Finance and Account, will take over in an acting capacity pending the appointment of a substantive Comptroller General by President Muhammadu Buhari. Babandede was appointed as the Comptroller General of the NIS on the 15th of May 2016.

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