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NSCDC, NIS partner to tackle illegal migration

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 NAN The Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corps NSCDC and the Nigerian Immigration Service NIS have agreed to work together to curb illegal migration The NSCDC Commandant in Osun Mr Sunday Agboola made this known in Osogbo on Thursday during a familiarisation visit by the NIS state Comptroller Mr Timothy Olasiyan Agboola said that both agencies would ensure strong collaboration to track illegal migrants as part of measures to tackle insecurity According to him the security of lives and property in the country is paramount to the agencies The need for all security agencies to deploy every arsenal at their disposal to bring the spate of insecurity to an end is very important he said The NSCDC commandant therefore urged all stakeholders involved in the protection of lives and properties in the state to join hands in ensuring their safety Ealier Olasiyan said that the visit to the NSCDC command was to enhance inter agency collaboration to prevent criminals from entering the state and the country in general NAN JOO NewsSourceCredit NAN
NSCDC, NIS partner to tackle illegal migration

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NAN ) The Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC ) and the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) have agreed to work together to curb illegal migration.

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The NSCDC Commandant in Osun, Mr Sunday Agboola, made this known in Osogbo on Thursday during a familiarisation visit by the NIS state Comptroller, Mr Timothy Olasiyan.

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Agboola said that both agencies would ensure strong collaboration to track illegal migrants, as part of measures to tackle insecurity.

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According to him, the security of lives and property in the country is paramount to the agencies.

”The need for all security agencies to deploy every arsenal at their disposal to bring the spate of insecurity to an end is very important,” he said.

The NSCDC commandant, therefore, urged all stakeholders involved in the protection of lives and properties in the state to join hands in ensuring their safety.

Ealier, Olasiyan said that the visit to the NSCDC command was to enhance inter-agency collaboration to prevent criminals from entering the state and the country in general.

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