The list shows how powerful the green passport is across the globe.
Across the world, entrance into a country requires the entrant to own the visa of his/her destination, thus the need for consulate and embassies.
Yet, there are some countries outside the African continent that offer Nigerians free visa for at least 90 days (3 months).
Barbados is an Island country in the Caribbean region of South America. It is a former colony of the British government like Nigeria, and a major tourist destination in the region.
The country offers Nigerians with a Visa free entry for 6 months.
Bangladesh is a South-Asian country which shares a border with China, India, Burma and Nepal. The country could be used as a major channel to connect India and China while on a business mission.
It offers Nigerians visa on arrival for a fee of $50 plus tax (payable only in US dollars). However, issuance of this visa is a privilege not right and it is at the discretion of the country’s immigration officer.
3. Dominican Republic
The Dominican Republic is a Caribbean country which shares a border with Haiti. Just like the Barbados, it is a major tourist destination for fun lovers from across the world.
For Nigeria, the country offers its nationals a free entry for at most one month (30 days).
4. Fiji Island
Fiji Island is an Island country in the South Pacific Ocean. It shares a border with the New Zealand.
The republic is made of 330 Islands and about 150 Islets. For Nigerians, the country offers willing visitors with four-month free visa entry and stay.
Georgia is a former Soviet Union Republic. It is one of the countries which serve as the intersection between Europe and Asia.
For Nigeria, it offers e-visa to Nigerians with valid visa of Schengen or that of any Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) member countries.
Haiti is a Caribbean island in the South America. It is also a major tourist destination for fun lovers and leisure seekers.
For Nigerians, it offers a three month (90 days) free visa entry.
Iran is a middle-eastern country and an oil producing like Nigeria.
For Nigerians visiting the country, it offers a visa on arrival with a fee $136 (£100) and another £12 for compulsory health insurance.