Reps to probe absence of data on expatriate resident in Nigeria

The House of Representative Committee on Interior says it plans to probe the absence of data on the number of expatriates resident in Nigeria.

Vice Chairman, House Committee on Interior, Rep. Ayuba Adele, said this during an interactive session with Management of IRIS Smart Technology and Continental Transfer Technique in Abuja on Friday.

Adele said that the probe was to identify shortcomings or irregularities and implement necessary reforms to address them.

He said that the investigation was crucial for upholding the integrity of immigration procedures and ensuring that citizens and residents received fair and timely treatment.

Adele said committee had in a letter to the Managing Directors of the agencies under its purview requested the true agreement, terms of MOU or contract signed with the Federal Government

What do you think?


Written by Nike

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

GIPHY App Key not set. Please check settings

    EFCC arrests 133 suspected yahoo boys in Ilorin, Calabar, Ede

    Barau tasks Kannywood actors to promote peace through movies