My journey with the ECOWAS travel certificate led to an unexpected and eye-opening experience in Senegal, a nation that is part of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). This article delves into my personal encounter with the ECOWAS travel certificate and the challenges I faced when trying to exercise my right to free movement within the ECOWAS region. Discovering the ECOWAS Travel Certificate As a young Nigerian, I came across the ECOWAS travel certificate, which in lieu of the ECOWAS passport offered the promise of unrestricted passage to the 15 ECOWAS member states including Senegal. It seemed like
Do I need a passport to travel to Ghana, Senegal, or other West African countries? NO| But with exceptons.
Nigeria is blessed with some of the most beautiful and fascinating waterfalls in Africa. if you think I’m lying, wait till the end of this article and come argue with me in the comment Section. Welcome Alarinkaz, Today In no particular orders I will be sharing these top waterfalls destinations based on their accessibility and my experiences. Leggos! 1: Farin Ruwa waterfall Farin Ruwa waterfall is arguably one of the most beautiful, stunning and stand out waterfalls in Nigeria. The majestic waterfall also called “White waters is located in Wamba local government area in Nasarrawa state. Accessibility of this waterfall
You don’t have to wait for 6 months to get your international passport to travel to Ghana, all you need is a Ecowas Passport.???? Hey there, Alarinkas! Welcome back to my blog! Remember when we embarked on that amazing journey five years ago, exploring all 36 states in Nigeria? Well, guess what? We’re going global now and venturing into West Africa! Our mission is to explore 10 West African countries in just 50 days using the incredible ECOWAS Travel Certificate. Now, you might be wondering, what exactly is this ECOWAS Travel Certificate? Well, it’s not your usual Nigerian International Passport.
I know you’re wondering what “ Travel & “Broke” is doing in the statement. Because to travel is to have money. ? That’s what I’m about to get to in a minute. A few weeks ago, I took to my Newsletter family & social media to share the financial mistakes I made as an inspiring newbie travel content creator and how I went about funding my trip, which was a wrong money decision.to “ I’ve learned sha.” I promised to share how I was able to fund the rest of my trip and hopefully for my forthcoming trips so that
Grab a seat, pour hot chocolate, balanced well then shockingly, Tea spilt I’m not even crying because that’s what I am here to do anyways, Spill the tea for y’all. If you follow me on other platforms then you will have a visual representation of all the attractions I’m about to list here. if you’re not I will indulge you to do, so you can make a more informed decision if it’s worth the visit for you or not: WATCH INSTAGRAM HIGHLIGHTS CLICK TO WATCH ON YOUTUBE There are several places to see in Cote D’Ivoire and while I spent