Does it still look like a military zone/check point with lots of guns on show? And how long does it take to pass through - and do we still need to bribe the officials to have peace of mind.
I have not been to Nigeria for a while. My last experience was not great - not too bad either because I was able to pass through eventually by telling them I am only there for a funeral (true). However, they were asking for change (pounds etc), what did I bring them and so on. And they rifled through my stuff insinuating that I imported goods (gifts they were) without paying tax - they delayed me for some time. I was not ready to give them pounds and I had no Naira.#
So what is it like these days? Be try to be honest, Thanks.
# I deciced to take some Naira with me to the UK fornext time I went back but many years later, they have changed the design on all the bank notes (realised only recently)- funny but a waste of money.