The Controller General, Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Muhammad Babandede: Nigeria will adopt electronic border monitoring and control system

The Controller General, Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Muhammad Babandede: Nigeria will adopt electronic border monitoring and control system


The Controller Normal of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Muhammad Babandede, mentioned that Nigeria will quickly undertake digital border monitoring and surveillance (e-border) for its seaports, worldwide airports and land borders.

Babandede mentioned the digital border management system will checkmate cross-border criminals, banditry, border crimes and associated crimes.

The pinnacle of NIS defined that the know-how for the digital border can be constructed and put in at strategic factors to supply “real-time on-line” surveillance to the nation’s borders – land, sea and air – in a well timed method.

Babandede, who spoke on the weekend within the metropolis of Ilashe, within the state of Ogun, when inaugurating the NIS Ahead Operation Base (FOB) state command within the border space group, mentioned the intelligence collected from the management system digital border crossing can be shortly handed on to safety businesses for acceptable motion.

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The Workplace of the Comptroller Normal of the Union mentioned that Ilashe FOB, being the second to be put in within the state, would help command officers in policing the nation’s land borders with the Republic of Benin.

He urged officers to be civilized of their engagement with the general public, saying that their weapons are to defend the nation and to not persecute Nigerians.

Babandede careworn that NIS will all the time be certain that borders are open for entry and exit by vacationers or migrants, however that actions should comply with authorized routes whereas vacationers should current legitimate journey paperwork.

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Governor Dapo Abiodun, who was represented by Commissioner for Tradition and Tourism Taiwo Emmanuel, urged the Federal Authorities to grant the State of Ogun a particular standing in border management and administration, given its strategic place as an industrial pole and window to different international locations West Africa.

Abiodun mentioned that migration is an integral a part of life, because it boosts progress and growth, however careworn that, if not managed, it may well current monumental challenges.

NIS State Command Controller Kunle Osisanya regretted that there have been many unauthorized routes within the state, however assured the nation that FOB would permit the command to confirm human trafficking and different border crimes.

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