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Plateau government partners Immigration Service to strengthen border security

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The Plateau State Government has announced a strategic partnership with the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) to enhance border security and manage the influx of potentially threatening individuals.

Governor Caleb Mutfwang disclosed this in Jos during a meeting with Grace Nkangwung, the state commandant of NIS where he commended the service for their effective frameworks.

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He highlighted the critical role of the Immigration Service in regulating migration and emphasised the need for collaboration to eliminate criminal elements within the state.

The governor praised the NIS’s contributions to state security and expressed confidence in Commandant Nkangwung’s ability to enhance security efforts further.

BusinessDay gathered that the collaboration is part of Mutfwang’s broader policy agenda to boost security and economic development in Plateau State.