The Comptroller General of the Nigeria Immigration Service, Isah Jere, said this in a statement he issued on Thursday
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Jere paid an unscheduled visit to the camp of the JTF in Maiduguri during his two day official visit to Borno state to commission the Personnel Training Resource Center on Monday.
The Controller General of NIS (CGI), Isa Jere said this on Wednesday at a retreat for top management staff of the Service, in Abuja.
The Comptroller, NIS, Aminu Shamsuddin, revealed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Monday.
Francisca Dakat, NIS Comptroller, disclosed this after two days mop-up in three Local Government Areas of the state.
Interior minister Rauf Aregbesola disclosed this in Katsina on Tuesday while inaugurating the Katsina State headquarters of the service.
The Comptroller of Immigration Service in the State’s Command, Francisca Dakat made this known while addressing newsmen after the mop up in the capital city Saturday.
The Controller of NIS in Kwara, Aminu Shamsuddin, confirmed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) Friday in Ilorin.
A statement signed and made available to the media by the President of the JIFORM, Dr Ajibola Abayomi said the summit themed: “Irregular Migration: The Missing Links and The Remedy was aimed at deepening the efforts to improve migration policies in Nigeria and improve the capacity building of the media and other stakeholders.”
A statement issued by the Spokesperson of the service, Tony Akuneme Tuesday in Abuja, said that those affected appeared before the Orderly Room Trial Committee of the Service.
Jere said this at the passing out parade ceremony of the maiden “Nigeria Immigration Service Women Armed Squad.”
This was contained in a statement by the Service’s Public Relations Officer, Tony Akuneme, in Abuja on Saturday.
K. S. Kure, a Chief Superintendent of Immigration in the Public Relations Department, made this known on Thursday.
The NIS Comptroller, Ahmed Bagari, disclosed this when he briefed newsmen about the arrest in Dutse on Thursday.
Ishaya and Olliya, both 34, were charged with criminal conspiracy, theft and negligent conduct.
Ekweremadu and wife had, in the application dated and filed on June 27 by Awomolo, sued NIMC and four others.
The promotion of the top management officers was disclosed in a statement issued by Aisha Rufai, on Sunday.
Daniel-Nwobia who was convicted on April 7 was given the sentence over her role in the botched March 15, 2014, Nigeria Immigration Service recruitment tragedy where about 15 job seekers died in a stampede.
The Spokesperson of FAAN, Faithful Hope-Ivbaze, announced this development in a statement on Friday in Lagos.
The Zonal Coordinator of the agency in Kano, Abdullahi Babale, revealed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria.