Babandede bows out from service, Jere the new acting CG
The Nigeria Immigration Service Comptroller General, Muhammad Babandede has retired from the public service.
The event which took place on Friday at Abuja was attended by serving as well as retired officers, family, friends, and well-wishers.
He gave a valedictory speech at the occasion noting the tremendous impacts made during his tenure with the help of others.
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In his words: “I am very proud today. I am leaving the Service better than I met it. I have made my contributions and I pray that successive leaders will improve on what we have done,” Information Guides Nigeria
A pull-out parade for Babandede will be held on Monday, 13th September at the parade ground of the headquarters in Abuja. JAMB Result
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