Nigeria Immigration Service elevates 21in Bayelsa

Posted by Newsexpress | 16 December 2016 | 1,941 times

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A total of 21officers of Bayelsa Command of Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) have been elevated to their next ranks following release of results of a recent promotion examination by the service.

Addressing the newly promoted officers at the Bayelsa Command headquarters of NIS on Thursday, Mr. William Oche, Comptroller of the Command urged them to be more dedicated to their duties and brace up for more responsibilities.

He noted that promotion was a motivation and call for greater commitment to duties adding that the leadership of the Immigration Service expects more dedication from the officers who were decorated with their new ranks.

He said the Immigration Service was poised to continue the promotion exercise as another promotion examination will be held to encourage dedicated service to the country.

Oche therefore advised officers who did not scale through the last examinations to put the past behind them and study hard as promotion in the service was based on merit to deserving personnel.

He announced that the next promotion examinations would be computer based and urged eligible officers to horn their computer skills ahead of the test.

Speaking also at the event, Comptroller of Nigerian Prison Service in Bayelsa Mr Chiabua Victor-Uche advised the officers to see their promotion as a divine act act and note that promotion comes from God.

Responding on behalf of the newly promoted officers, Mrs. Ngozi Acholonu, pledged loyalty to the Immigration Service, applauded the support of the State Comptroller and Bayelsa Command which provided a conducive work atmosphere to earn promotion.

•Mr William Oche,  (Left) Comptroller, Bayelsa Command , Nigerian Immigration Service,  and Mr Chiabua  Victor-Uche  (right), Comptroller Bayelsa Command, Nigerian Prison Service decorating Mrs Ngozi Acholonu, newly elevated Deputy Comptroller of Immigration, with her new rank at a ceremony at the Bayelsa Command Headquarters of the Immigration Service in Yenagoa.


Source: Newsexpress

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