The Nigerian High Commission In Pretoria (+ Full Contact Details)

Nigeria High Commission In Pretoria is a body of Nigerian diplomatic representatives in South Africa. Their main objective is to engage in negotiations and interactions with the South African government. If you are looking to reach out to them, find below the contact details of the Nigerian High Commission in Pretoria.

Physical Address971, Frances Baard Street, Arcadia, 0083, South Africa.
Postal AddressP. O. Box 27332, Sunnyside, 0132, Pretoria, South Africa.
Telephone Numbers+27 (0)12-342-0808; +27(0)12-342-0805; +27 (0)12-342-0905; +27 (0)12-342-0688 (Click to call any of the numbers directly on your phone)
Fax Number+27 (0)12 342 0718
Email Addressnhcp@telkomsa.net ; nhcp@iafrica.com ; nigeria.pretoria@foreignaffairs.gov.ng
Website Addresswww.nhcpsa.org ;
http://www.nigeriapretoria.org.za
High CommissionerHis Excellency, Kabiru Bala
The Honourable Minister of Foreign Affairs in Nigeria, Ambassador Geoffrey Jideofor Kwusike Onyeama giving a speech at an event in South Africa.
Nigeria Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Geoffrey Jideoffor Kwusike Onyeama at an official event in South Africa

About Nigeria High Commission In Pretoria

Officials at the Nigeria High Commission in Pretoria play an active role in promoting Nigeria’s foreign interests in South Africa especially in areas such as culture, trade, and development. The work of these Nigerian government representatives is coordinated from the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Abuja, Nigeria. This Nigerian government office is not called an embassy because Nigeria and South Africa (the host country) are both members of the Commonwealth of Nations.

His Excellency, Kabiru Bala is The Nigerian High Commissioner to South Africa. The High Commission is also made up of a group of Ministers, Counsellors, First Secretaries, Attaches, and Defence Advisors. They are as follows:

Minister CounsellorJ. A. Igba
Minister (Political)A. U. Bako
Minister II (Political)O. O. Osasona
Minister (Political)M. N. Cobham
Minister (Trade & Investment)E. A. Clark-Omeru (Ms)
MinisterB. C. D. Nwanna
Minister (NEPAD)S. O. Willoughby
Minister (Consular)C. Chendo (Ms)
Minister (Trade & Investment) U. A. Idris
CounsellorN. Chukwumaeze
CounsellorZ. Usman
Counsellor (Visa & Immigration) H. Karau (Ms)
First SecretaryI. A. Imam
First SecretaryO. A. J. Nemi
Attaché (Protocol & Admin)G. O. Alugbe
Attaché (Admin)I. U. Uka
Attaché (Finance)M. N. Onyia
Attaché (Admin & Visas)N. D. Raymond
Attaché (Finance)J. G. Ibe (Ms)
Attaché (Admin)O. M. Folami-Obademi (Ms)
Consular Attaché (Immigration)C. E. Okafor
AttachéN. Oumarou
Defence AdvisorCapt. A. A. Mustapha
Deputy Defence AdvisorWing Com. J. M. Aliyu

NOTE: To save time and resources, contact the Nigerian High Commission in Pretoria to book an appointment before visiting.

If you are looking for the contact information for the Nigerian Consulate General in Illovo, Johannesburg, South Africa, click here.

Akindele Olunloyo

Digital Entrepreneur

My love for travel across South Africa led to the creation of Lagos to Jozi. It is a blog platform with the objective of inspiring my fellow Nigerians to come experience South Africa as a beautiful holiday destination, while also educating by giving practical ideas on how to do it.

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