Nigerians in Singapore Request e-passport application process
Nigerians who are currently based in Singapore have requested the Nigerian Government to introduce an electronic passport application in Singapore. Information Guides Nigeria
As reported by VANGUARD NEWSPAPER, It is believed that this will help eliminate cases of fake web registration.
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In a phone interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), The President of Nigerians in Diaspora, Singapore Chapter, Engr. Birinengi Harry said that internet fraud is a global problem and identified e-governance, including accessibility, simplification of processes, and transparency to be the potential benefits of electronic passport applications that could far outweigh the application risks. jamb results
Engr. Birinengi Harry called on the government and Nigeria diplomatic missions to transit faster into the digital space, so as to achieve targets.
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