Interior Minister Dr. Olubunmi Tunji-Ojo has officially appointed Kemi Nanna Nandap as the 19th Comptroller General of the Nigeria Immigration Service.

Following the retirement of Caroline Wura-Ola Adepoju, Nandap’s appointment was announced on 21st February 2024.

During today’s event in Abuja, Minister Tunji-Ojo expressed confidence in Nandap’s capabilities and the significance of her appointment.

He emphasized the critical role of safeguarding Nigeria’s borders and encouraged Nandap to innovate in her duties.

“Your performance will be judged by how effectively you safeguard our borders. The security of Nigeria relies heavily on the Nigeria Immigration Service. I encourage you to be innovative and bring your qualifications and training to bear on your duties” he said.

In response, CGI Nandap expressed gratitude to President Tinubu for entrusting her with this responsibility.

She pledged to serve with integrity and prioritize the welfare of her officers, while enhancing policies against irregular migration.

Nandap, a native of Abeokuta, Ogun state, has a rich educational background and extensive experience within the Nigeria Immigration Service.

Having risen through the ranks, she holds qualifications in various fields including International Relations, Business Administration, and Entrepreneurial Development.

Before her current role, Nandap served as the Deputy Comptroller General in charge of Passport and Other Travel Documents.



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