The Katsina State Command of the Nigeria Immigration Service says it has rescued 10 minors including a nine-month-old baby from a gang of human traffickers.
The Nigeria Immigration Service has assured Nigerians of adequate security in the country’s borders before, during and after the general elections.
He gave the assurance at the “General Election Sensitisation for Heads of Formations” of the Service in Abuja, on Thursday.
Idowu said the suspects, who used fake local government identification from Badagry in Lagos State, were caught when they visited the immigration command in Osogbo for capturing.
“You must surrender voluntarily or risk prosecution if apprehended by NIS operatives,’’ NIS Comptroller in the state, Sam Chinda, warned on Thursday in Enugu.
This was made known by the NIS Public Relations Officer, Sunday James, in Abuja on Tuesday.
Felix Uche, the State Comptroller of NIS, said this on Tuesday during the launch of the boat at the Nigerian Navy Jetty in Calabar.
Comptroller-General of NIS, Muhammad Babandede, disclosed this at the 2018 NIS award presentation in Abuja.
The Comptroller General, Alhaji Muhammad Babandede, disclosed this at the inauguration of the 2018 Comptroller General Annual Conference in Maiduguri.
The Minister of Interior, Lieutenant General Abdulrahman Dambazau, disclosed this when he briefed State House Correspondents on the outcome of the meeting of the FEC.
UNHCR said in its September Situation Report that the exercise would be conducted in collaboration with the Nigeria Immigration Service and other relevant authorities.
The NIS comptroller in the state, Ajisafe Joshua Olusola, disclosed this at a press conference on Tuesday in Katsina.
The Minister of Interior, retired Lt.- Gen. Abdulrahman Dambazau, stated this in a statement issued by Dr Mohammed Umar, Permanent Secretary of the ministry, in Abuja.
The state Controller of Immigration, Joshua Ajisafe, who stated this in Katsina, said 729 irregular migrants were repatriated by the command in the period under review.
The base, sited at Mazanya community in Jibiya Local Government Area bordering Niger Republic, is part of measures by the NIS to effectively police the country’s expansive borders.
Four suspected members of the criminal syndicate that specialized in duping unsuspecting job-seekers with fake employment letters, while being under the custody of ICPC had claimed during preliminary investigations that they were working…
The Comptroller of NIS in the state, Ajisafe Olusola, disclosed this to journalist on Monday in Katsina.