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NIS Comptroller General charges 430 newly commissioned officers to embrace ICT

AS the world has gone digital, the Comptroller General of Immigration Service (CGI), Muhammad Babandede MFR, has charged newly commissioned Officers of the Service to quickly embrace high Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) skills sets if they are to remain relevant in the unfolding realities in the Service. CGI Babandede gave this charge during the Passing out Parade of four …

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FAAN begins installation of facilitation equipment at MMIA, NAIA

FEDERAL Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has said that it has begun installation of Check-in and screening equipment at the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos and Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja respectively to abate the recent operational hindrances at those airports. Passengers had been having difficulty in facilitation since the untimely withdrawal of services by Société Internationale de Télécommunications Aéronautiques (SITA) …

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Air Peace commences Douala flights promises employment creation

AIR PEACE yesterday commenced operations into Douala, Cameroon and has said the connection will benefit both countries with employment creation, promotion of tourism, facilitation of a seamless movement of people and other economic value. Ground Operations Manager of the airline, Ayodeji Adeyemi made this known during the airline’s inaugural flight that region. According to Adeyemi the airline aims to create …

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NIS regrets altercation with Ibadan North LGA officials to sanction erring personnel

COMPTROLLER General of Nigeria Immigration Service (CGI), Muhammad Babandede MFR has described as unfortunate, a misunderstanding with the Ibadan North Local Government which led to an altercation between NIS and local government officials. This is just as he has appealed for calm while seeking an amicable resolution of the matter but has also stressed that any of its personnel found …

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