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The Nigerian embassy will be closed on the 29th of May, however the Nigerian visa centre will be operating as normal. But due to this, the visa applications will be processed with a one day delay.

For example:

If you lodge an urgent application on the 28th it will only be ready to collect on the 30th or lodged on the 29th = ready on the 31st.
One week service lodged on the 28th will be ready to collect on the 5th of June or lodged on the 29th = ready on the 6th of June.

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