The acting Comptroller-General of Immigration, Idris Isah Jere, has promised his obligation to Nigeria’s boundaries, saying that as a migration staff who has served in different limits, he comprehended the overwhelming difficulties being faced.
He expressed this on Thursday in Abuja when he was by and large formally introduced to the Minister of Interior, Rauf Aregbesola by the Federal Commissioners and Board Secretary of Civil Defense, Correctional, Fire and Immigration Services Board (CDCFIB).
Jere last week took over authority of Immigration Service in acting limit forthcoming when Muhammed Babandede would at long last resign from administration as the sixteenth Comptroller-General of Immigration.
While tending to the pastor and the board individuals, he noticed that a ton has been accomplished by past Comptroller-Generals, saying that he would solidify on their achievements.
He demanded that lines represent a tremendous test in the undeniable instability in Nigeria, however said, its control was an errand that can be acknowledged through cooperative energy and responsibility of.other security agencies.
“May I hurry to express that I am not under any deception at about the massive assignment which lies ahead yet I accept that with the standard help of the Federal Government, especially the Ministry of Interior, the upgraded responsibility, participation and commitment to obligation by all officials and men just as the coordinated effort of our overflowing partners, we will not just combine on existing traditions of the past organization which we as a whole vivaciously sought after, yet we will similarly endeavor to fill recognized holes and take the NIS to more prominent heights”.
The Minister of Interior and previous legislative leader of Osun State, Rauf Aregebesola, in his comments, encouraged him to viably assume liability for borders and further identification reforms.
Hejoined the assistance in 1987 as a Deputy Superintendent of Immigration and has served in different Commands and Formations including Adamawa, Borno, and Benue State Commands among others.
He was the Deputy Comptroller General accountable for Finance and Accounts until tenth September 2021 when he took over from the previous Comptroller General, Muhammad Babandede (rtd) as acting Comptroller General.
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