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Nigerian Immigration Service

8 Apr
The Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) on Friday condemned the illegal activities of  some  migrants at Falomo and Liverpool jetty areas of Lagos State. Mr Kunle Osisanya, the Assistant Comptroller – General ( ACG) of Nigerian  Immigration Service (NIS) in charge of Zone “A” Ikeja, Lagos, gave the condemnation  during a courtesy call on the management…
9 Feb
The technical glitch suffered by the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) has entered the eighth day, leaving many Nigerians and organisations stranded regarding verifications of their National Identification Numbers (NIN) and associated issues.
6 Feb
The Senate has queried the payment of premium for the insurance of allegedly grounded aircrafts owned by the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS).
18 Aug 2021
Commander, Nigerian Navy Ship (NNS) BEECROFT, Commodore Bashir Mohammed, on Wednesday, said that four suspected stowaways were caught and arrested onboard MT RIVER SHINER vessel at Lagos anchorage.
23 Apr 2021
Mr Festus Keyamo, the Minister of State for Labour and Productivity, has called on the Nigerian Immigration Service and all relevant agencies to work together in curbing the influx
23 Apr 2021
It is barely a month into the launch of the 24-hour express passport office by the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) but applicants are already calling expressing cautious optimism as Nigerians...
31 Mar 2021
The Nigeria Immigration Service, (NIS), on Tuesday, opened a 24 hours express passport processing center in Maitama, Abuja, to cater to applicants who are in need of passports within the shortest possible time. The express booklets can be accessed at the cost of N20, 000 within three days but for those who wish to get…
3 Jan 2021
If Nigeria keeps to plans, all her closed land borders should be reopened by now. This will be a follow-up to the reopening of four of the land borders, in line with President Muhammadu Buhari’s order about two weeks ago.
6 Sep 2020
International commercial flight operations resumed yesterday in the country with the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), Lagos, welcoming the first set of carriers in the COVID-19 era.
28 Aug 2020
The Ikoyi Passport Office of the Nigerian Immigration Service stopped work temporarily on Tuesday as officers of the service and other well-wishers gave the Passport Control Officer (PCO) Mannir Yari
18 Jan 2020
Troops of the 20 Model Battalion of the Nigerian Army based in Serti, headquarters of Gashaka Council of Taraba State, in collaboration with the Nigerian Immigration Service...
16 Jan 2020
Prior to January 15, 2019, the name Mohammed Abubakar Adamu rang little or no bell amongst Nigerians. One year on, the story has changed as almost every household in the country...


1 hour ago
Disturbed by the activities of terrorists and bandits in some parts of the country, the Nigeria Police Force has resolved to deploy modern and best technology to put an end to the menace of the criminals.
2 hours ago
The Police Command in Anambra has described the killing and beheading of Dr Okechukwu Okoye, a lawmaker representing Aguata 2 constituency by yet-to-be-identified assailants as cowards and enemies of State.
3 hours ago
The African Development Bank (AfDB) says that Africa will not experience food crisis contrary to reports of an imminent
5 hours ago
The Lagos Waste Management Authority (LAWMA) on Monday destroyed over 400 carts confiscated from pushers, who serially dump waste at unauthorised locations in the metropolis.
5 hours ago
The Nigerian government on Monday said it has shortlisted about 8,800 students for scholarship opportunities abroad. The shortlisted students were from among 26,000 that applied for its overseas scholarship programme backed by Petroleum Technology Development Fund (PTDF). The annual PTDF scholarship has been ongoing since 2000, giving sponsorship placements for Nigerians acquiring masters and Ph.Ds.…