Unhinging public service from culture of making wrong practices the norm
In the absence of the driver’s seat platforms of my previous public service reform leadership positions, having retired from the civil service, invitations to serve as facilitator at cabinet retreats or high-level workshops...
Origins of immigration
The exam confirmation of this could be gleaned from quiz shows in the U.S. and the U.K. to see how many white citizens of these countries know very little of their country’s history.
Trump vows immigration ban as US protestors demand lockdown end
Donald Trump pledged a temporary ban on immigration to the United States because of the "invisible enemy" of coronavirus, as the disease sparked angry demonstrations on American streets to demand an end to crippling lockdowns.
Police deploy operatives to worship centres, markets, parks at yuletide
The Kano State Police Command has deployed joint operatives to forestall likely security breaches during the Christmas and New Year celebrations.
Visa on arrival policy not for victimisation, Immigration clarifies
The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has debunked speculations that the government’s visa on arrival policy was not to victimise an ethnic
Immigration begins issuance of new e-passport
The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) yesterday said it had begun issuance of the new enhanced e-passport at its Kano main passport office. The information was contained in a statement issued by the service’s public relations officer, Sunday James.
Maina: Administrative issues and the rest of us
The return of the controversial ex-head of the Presidential Task Force on Pension Reforms, Abdulrasheed Abdullahi Maina into the country did ignite a firestorm of revelations that raised more questions than answers and also called to question the actions and or inactions of some prominent members
Court stops immigration from querying officer slapped by superior
The National Industrial Court of Nigeria sitting in Lagos has granted interim relief to Mr. Yemi Badru, a Deputy Superintendent of Immigration, attached to Ikoyi Passport Office, who was slapped at the course of duty by a Superintendent of Immigration, Mr. U.N. Umar.
How I was slapped by my superior, aggrieved immigration officer petitions police
A Deputy Superintendent of Immigration, Mr. Yemi Badru, attached to Ikoyi Passport Office, Lagos has called on the authorities of the Nigeria Immigration Service and the Ministry of Interior to allow justice prevail in line with the extant rules of the Service on an issue of assault occasioning harm.