Nigerian passport ranked among world’s weakest in new poll.
– The Nigerian passport has been ranked among the world’s weakest in a new poll – In the last decade, the Nigerian passport has recorded a significant drop on the index – The index includes 199 passports and 227 travel destinations The Nigerian passport has been ranked among some of the weakest in the world in a recent poll conducted by the annual Henley Passport Index. In the poll results, Nigeria tied with Djibouti for the 95th position, providing access to 46 countries. In the last report released in the fourth quarter of 2019, the country’s passport maintained the same position alongside Djibouti and Myanmar The Nigerian passport continues to record a significant drop on the index. Photo source: Twitter Source: UGC In the last decade, the Nigerian passport has recorded a significant drop on the index. Nigeria ranked below African countries like Angola, Egypt, Cameroon and Liberia, which tied at the 93rd position alongside Burundi and Haiti, providing access to 49 countries of the world. The ranking is based on exclusive data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA), which maintains the world’s largest and most accurate database of travel information. The index includes 199 passports and 227 travel destinations. For each travel destination, if no visa is required for passport holders, then a score of 1 is created for that passport. The Henley Passport Index is an invaluable resource for global citizens, investors, and tourists. It is also considered the standard reference tool for governments in this field.