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Retired Immigration Officers Pledge Technical Support For CGI Nandap Led Management

The National Association of Retired Immigration Officers (NARIO) has pledged the association’s readiness to an enduring partnership with management of the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) in the areas of staff capacity development activities stressing that the association has members who are ready and willing to coach and mentor new and young personnel in the Service.

NARIO made the plea during a recent courtesy visit to the newly appointed Comptroller General of NIS, Kemi Nanna Nandap.,

The visit which held 27th March, 2024 and led by the interim National President of the association, Assistant Comptroller General of Immigration Ezekiel S Kaura, (rtd), were at the Service Headquarters, Abuja to congratulate CGI Kemi N Nandap on her well deserved appointment as the 19th Comptroller General of the Service.

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According to a statement e- signed by
Amos OKPU , member, Technical Working Committee, National Association of Retired Immigration Officers quoted , the interim national president of NARIO , while enjoining the new Comptroller General to hit the ground running to deliver a well motivated and professional workforce that would place the Service prominently in the nation’s security architecture, assured of uncommon and timely support from the body of retired personnel to ensuring that the new Comptroller General succeeds and the Service remains relevant in the discharge of its statutory mandate.

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He noted that some very experienced members of the association are available to offer useful contributions to protect and preserve our institutional memory.

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The interim president advised the new management of the Service, to make concerted efforts to strengthen and improve operational activities at the nation’s borders as well give renewed interests in robust intelligence gathering and migration management.

He called on the new CGI to also enable some welfare programmes for retirees of the Service.

Responding, the Comptroller General thanked the association for the visit stressing that her doors are open for enhanced engagements and collaboration.

She assured that the points raised by the association in the document presented will be meticulously examined for possible implementation.

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Some of the association members on the visit include ACG Usman Abdullahi, pcc, mni (rtd) CIS Kayode Musa (rtd), CIS AI Ogar, pcc (rtd) among others