As part of efforts to enhance capacity building of its personnel for command and control, the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has graduated 1,540 officers from its training colleges.
According to a statement signed by its public relations officer, DCI Sunday James, no fewer than 63 senior officers graduated from Officers of the Command Course 9 organised by the Immigration Command and Staff College, (ICSC) Sokoto for officers of the ranks of Comptrollers of Immigration Service (CIS), Deputy Comptrollers (DCI) and Assistant Comptrollers, (ACI).
Giving a breakdown of participants of the course, the statement indicated that the graduands included, five ( 5 )Comptrollers (CIS’), 56 Deputy Comptrollers (DCIs) and two (2)Assistant Comptrollers of Immigration (ACIs).
The statement has it that relatedly, a total of 1,277 personnel also graduated from the 22nd Inspectorate Basic Course at the Nigeria Immigration Training School Orlu, (NITSOL) and 21st pre-basic course at Nigeria Immigration Training School, Ahoada (NITSA) on the September 25 and 27 2018 respectively. A breakdown of the Personnel who had their Passing out Parade (POP) at NITSOL according to the statement, include a total of 820 personnel comprising 181 Senior Inspectors of Immigration (SII) and 639 Assistant Inspectors of Immigration (AI).
Similarly, at NITSA, a total of 657 personnel graduated in the Assistant Cadre and they include 5 Chief Immigration Assistant (CIA), 5 Senior Immigration Assistants (SIA), 34 Immigration Assistants 1 (IA1), 9 Immigration Assistants (IA22) and 604 Immigration Assistant 3 (IA3) . The Comptroller General of Immigration, Muhammad Babandede, according to the statement congratulated the graduands and called on them to exude a high level of discipline while demonstrating their skills and competences in service to their father land.
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