Nigerian Immigration Service Commission’s Clinic At Border Post

By Samuel Ohwovoriole

The Comptroller General of  Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Muhammad Babandede, has commissioned a Clinic  for use by officers and men of the NIS Gurin Control Post Adamawa State yesterday.       
This was contained in a press released by NIS, dated 11 February 2021 and signed by DCI James Sunday, Service Public Relations officer: For:Comptroller General of Immigration Service.
Babandede on arrival in Yola paid a courtesy call on His Excellency, Executive Governor of Adamawa State Rt Hon. Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri at the Government House,Yola where the Executive Governor commended the Service and the Comptroller General for a good work and service to the nation.   

The CGI Babandede while responding thanked the Governor for the support received by the Service in terms of logistics and inclusion of the Service in the membership of the Adamawa  State Security  Council where they contribute to the security of the state being a border state with Camerooun. He further assured the Governor that with the Forward Operation Base (FOB) also to be commissioned at Belel the state will enjoy fortification in border security and migration control.      
The Rt. Hon. Ahmadu Fintiri extoled the virtue of leadership in the CGI Babandede particularly as it relates to prudent management of human and capital resources and spread of infrastructures across the country.


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