Passport Reforms: NIS Redeploys 15 Passport Control Officers

Passport Reforms: NIS Redeploys 15 Passport Control Officers

The acting Comptroller General of Immigration, Caroline Wuraola Adepoju, has approved the immediate redeployment of over a dozen Passport Control Officers,

in a bid to deepen the ongoing Passport reform process.

2. The deployment is part of NIS management’s drive to upgrade the Passport administration both at home and in our foreign Missions. The Ag CGI assured that the current leadership of the Service,

remains resolute in its commitment to transforming Passport offices into customer-centric service centres.

3. In the Posting Order, signed by the Ag. Deputy Comptroller General in charge of Human Resource Management, Usman Babangida,

the affected Passport offices included, Alausa and Festac both in Lagos, as well as the ones in Edo, Anambra, Bayelsa, Kogi, Nassarawa, Plateau, Enugu, Abia, Kano, Taraba and Ondo, among others.

Acting CGI Adepoju has enjoined all affected officers in the redeployment to bring their wealth of experience to their new offices, and contribute to the improvement of service delivery. Emphasizing the importance of “service above self,”

the Ag. CGI stated that only the most capable and dedicated individuals will henceforth be assigned to sensitive positions. This commitment to excellence ensures that citizens receive nothing less than the best service possible.





20th JULY, 2023

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