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Nigeria declared Ebola-free

President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan welcomes today’s declaration by the World Health Organisation (WHO) that Nigeria is now officially Ebola-free after 42 days without any incidence of the Ebola Virus Disease. President Jonathan dedicates the certification to the many patriotic health workers, volunteers and ordinary Nigerians who worked tirelessly, some of them paying the ultimate price, to stop the deadly virus in its track after it entered the country in July this year.

Foreign Service

In the areas of infrastructural development, agriculture, power, job and wealth creation and make the ordinary Nigerian benefit directly from our foreign policy activities. We are also committed to repositioning Nigeria in the International Community, with enhanced visibility and prestige. To protect the interests of Nigerians living or travelling abroad, and also bring succor to those in distressed situations abroad.

Burial Transit Permit

The Federal Government of Nigeria has directed that, in view of the Ebola epidemic, medical clearance would have to be obtained from the Federal Ministry of Health in Nigeria before the repatriation of corpses into the country. All requests made to the Embassy for burial transit permit will be forwarded to Nigeria for thorough verification before the issuance of transit permit. Therefore, Applicants are required to submit the following documents (three sets of items [1-6]): 1.Burial Transit Permit 2.Certification of Embalming & Preparation of Human Remains 3.Notarized statement of the Funeral Director (saying that the casket contains only the remains of the deceased and nothing else) 4.Medical Examiner’s Report (if applicable) – if the deceased was killed 5.Notarized copy of Death Certificate 6.Certification of Vital Record regarding communicable/non-communicable disease(s) – (this is to state whether or not the deceased had contagious disease. If so, the type of disease should be stated in this document) 7.Nigerian Passport of the deceased – (in case passport is not available, the closet relative should send a notarized letter stating same) 8.Prepaid USPS envelope - to return documents to sender. Please mail the above required documents to:

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