Tag: Nigerian Immigration Service

Ongoing recruitment into the Nigeria Immigration Service – Here’s the details you need

The Civil Defence, Correctional, Fire and Immigration Services Board, (CDCFIB) has released details of its ongoing recruitment exercise.  The recruitment exercise will be a computer-based aptitude test and the candidates are to come to the centres with Photocopy of Online Application Reference Form and any other bonafide firm of ID[Read More…]

Nigerian Immigration uploads 15,000 stolen, lost passports to INTERPOL database

The Nigeria Immigration Service INTERPOL i-24/7 desk on Monday uploaded about 15,000 stolen and lost travel documents to the INTERPOL Global System in Lyon, France. According to the statement titled, ‘Integration of NIS stolen/lost travel document to INTERPOL IPSG STLD database,’ the feat was achieved with the support of the[Read More…]

Breaking: After NewsWireNGR Exclusive, Immigration boss suspends deployment of female officers

The Comptroller General of the Nigerian Immigration service, General Muhammad Babandede has decided to suspend the deployment of the female officers involved in the #DontRushChallenge. The statement issued Friday by the service, follows an EXCLUSIVE report FILED by NewsWireNGR detailing deployment of the female officers to the Northeast of Nigeria,[Read More…]

Federal Govt stopped 1,044 Nigerians from departing the country

No fewer than 1,044 Nigerians were stopped by the Federal Government from departing the country in 2018,. This information was made available in the Immigrations Preliminary information from the Annual Report, 2018, obtained on Tuesday, the affected persons stopped from travelling, might have been placed on the security watchlist for[Read More…]

Nigerian Immigration Unveils Liberalised Visa on Arrival in Nigeria

NIS UNVEILS LIBERALISED VISA ON ARRIVAL APPLICATION PLATFORMIn furtherance of Federal Government’s Economic policy on creation of a conducive environment to attract foreign high net worth investors and professionals into the economy, Nigeria Immigration Service announce the introduction of liberalised online Visa on Arrival (VoA) facility to the general public[Read More…]

Immigration Boss Orders Officers To Clear Backlog of Passport Within 24hrs

Following complaints and agitations from passport applicants concerning service delivery at our Passport offices, the Comptroller-General of Immigration Muhammad Babandede on the 13th June, 2016 at the Service Headquarters, Abuja gave all Passport Control Officers (PCOs) nationwide as well as Passport Issuing Desks in Nigeria’s Foreign Missions forty-eight (48) hours[Read More…]

Abba Moro Sent To Kuje Prison

Following a case instituted against him where he was alleged to be involved in a N676m recruitment scam purportedly carried out by the Nigerian Immigration Service, NIS, the Federal High Court in Abuja on Monday remanded former Minister of Interior, Abba Moro, in Kuje Prison pending the determination of his[Read More…]

Why Buhari Suspended Comptroller General Of Nigerian Immigration – Presidency Explains

Femi Adesina, the special adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria has disclosed that the Comptroller General of the Nigeria Immigration Services was not suspended because an ISIS chief got a Nigerian visa. Adesina said in a text message that the suspension of Paradang was not connected to the probe[Read More…]

Breaking: Buhari Suspends Comptroller-General Of The Nigerian Immigration Service, David Paradang

President Muhammadu Buhari has suspended the comptroller general of Nigeria Immigration Service, David Parradang. Mr. Parradang was asked to immediately proceed on suspension Friday while the service’s deputy comptroller general, Martin Abeshi, takes over, according to the News Agency of Nigeria. It was not immediately clear why Mr. Parradang was[Read More…]

APC Warns The Jonathan-Led Government Against Last-Minute Looting Of The Treasury, Hurried Recruitment

by Musa Abdullahi The All Progressives Congress has decried the reported allegations of last-minute looting of the nation’s resources, hurried recruitment into the public service and rushed privatisation of key financial institutions by the Goodluck Jonathan administration. It warned on Sunday that such “egregious actions” would have serious repercussions. In a statement in Lagos by its National[Read More…]