Passport is the most important document to tender while applying for visa anywhere in the world, but there are some which are strong and enable the holder to travel to many countries without visa.
Also, there are passports which are worthless. Legit.ng brings you seven most worthless African passports.
The Henley Passport Index recently released its latest report on the ranking of the world’s passports according to the destinations one can visit without a prior visa.
Below is a list of seven African countries with the most worthless passports.
The Somali passport is the most worthless passport not only in Africa but in the world. Anyone with a Somali passport can only visit 33 visa-free destinations.
The second most worthless passport in Africa is the Libyan passport. Holders of this passport can visit 38 countries without a prior visa.
Sudan has the third most worthless passport in Africa. Anyone with a Sudanese passport can travel to 40 countries without prior visa approval.
4. Democratic Republic of Congo
This country's passport is the fourth most worthless passport in Africa, Holders of Congolese passport can visit 42 countries without a prior visa.
Eritrean passport is the fifth most worthless in Africa. Holders of this passport can visit 42 destinations visa-free.
6. South Sudan
Being the sixth most worthless in the world, South Sudanese passport can take holders to 43 visa-free destinations.
Anyone holding an Ethiopian passport can access 44 visa-free destinations across the world. The passport is the seventh most worthless in the world.
In a previous report by Legit.ng, South African passport was said to be the most powerful in Africa. With South African passport, rest assured that you are entitled to travel to 101 countries without a prior visa.
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