• Drive Immigration Service To Success, FG Tells Babandede

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     …As NIS commences computer-based test in 2017 The Comptroller General of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS),  Muhammed Babandede has been told to in spite of the drastic shortfall  in the nation’s revenue, exhibit high level of sustained zest, that will reposition and drive the service to success. Minister of Interior, General Abdulrahman Dambazau (rtd), who…

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    JAMB: Computer-based Test Has Curbed Exam Malpractices – CPAN

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    The recent introduction of Computer-based Test (CBT) by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), is one giant stride, which has drastically reduced the spate of examination malpractices in the country. The President, Computer-Based Test Centre Proprietors Association of Nigeria (CPAN), Engineer Sage Udibuami, who stated this at the association’s maiden press conference at the…

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    Nigeria Prisons Promotes 10,979 Officers

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    Nigerian Prisons Service (NPS) yesterday, announced the promotion of 10,979 officers and men. NPS in a statement issued by its Public Relations Officers, Frances Enobore, explained that the Civil Defence, Fire, Immigration and Prison Services Board (CDFIPB) “approved the promotion of 4,075 qualified officers and men of the Service on Consolidated Paramilitary Salary Structure (CONPASS)…

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    FG To Extend International Passport Validity To 10 Years

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    The federal government is making plans to extend the validity period for international passport from five years to 10 years. This was disclosed by the comptroller-general of Nigeria Immigration Service, Muhammad Babandede in an interview with journalists in Abuja at the weekend. He said Nigerians should expect announcement of the policy change in the coming…

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    Finally, FG Takes Steps To End Farmers-Herders Clashes

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    The federal government has finally responded to the calls by Nigerians for it to find a lasting solution to the lingering bloody clashes between farmers and herdsmen in the country. Yesterday, it set up a 16-member technical committee to develop a roadmap that would solve the problem once and for all. The minister of interior,…

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    Herdsmen, Farmers Crisis: FG Inaugurates Committee To Address Setback

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    The federal government on Monday inaugurated  a technical committee to within two weeks address the persistent attacks and killings between farmers and Fulani pastorialists. Describing the incessant conflicts between pastoralists and sedentary farmers  in the Country  not only as threat to internal security, the federal government lamented that the ugly trend was also a major…

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    NSCDC Warns Officers Against Abuse Of Firearms

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    Officers and men of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence (NSCDC) Arms Squad have been warned against engaging in corrupt practices and reckless use of firearms as anyone found wanting in this regard, would be arrested and prosecuted. The Commandant General of the Corps, Abdullahi Muhammadu Gana was quoted by the Bayelsa State Commandant, Mr….

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