Senate declares Samsung MD illegal immigrant, orders immediate deportation
Senate yesterday declared the SAMSUNG Managing Director, Young Ho Jo, an illegal immigrant.
Senators, others protest police siege to Melaye's residence
The Senate leadership has condemned the siege laid by policemen to Senator Dino Melaye's house in Abuja yesterday, describing it as an embarrassment to democracy.
SON plans more laboratories, trains staff
The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has announced plans to establish more laboratories in the country, noting that the move was to ensure that all goods...
Police, NIS sign MoU on Interpol
The Nigeria Police Force and the Nigeria Immigration Service ( NIS), on Thursday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the extension of the use of INTERPOL i-24/7 to the service.
Surveyors seek review of SURCON Act
To strengthen the practice of surveying and position it to the path of development, surveyors in the country have called for the review of Surveyors Registration Council of Nigeria...
‘Why smuggling of migrants should be urgently tackled’
Governments at all levels and relevant agencies have been urged to tackle smuggling of migrants, because the far-reaching advantages of migration done within the context of available...
Akwa Ibom demands list of surveyors
To check several litigations occasioned by quackery in the State, Akwa Ibom State Government has called on the State chapter of Nigerian Institution of Surveyors (NIS) to submit list of all licensed members to it.
NIS recruitment scam: Court chides EFCC over failure to produce witness
The Federal High Court, Abuja, on Wednesday chided the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), over its conduct in the prosecution of former Interior Minister, Abba Moro, describing it as “sloppy prosecution.”
Outgoing immigration service boss urges northern women to join force
The outgoing Passport Officer of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Fatima Ahmed Godowoli has called on women from the North to join military force, insisting that service to Nigeria through military was not meant for men alone.