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The National Immigration Service (NIS), and the National Aviation Administration (NCAA), are considering a one-way solution for all agencies that need to go through the process of determining who arrives in the country. The borders of major airports in the country at the same time without the immediate transit. The authorities are planning to take this step to ease the hardships that are causing the travelers.

The statement is contained in a statement issued by NIS President CGI Muhammad Babandede to the press by the Immigration Commissioner, DCI James Sunday.

The paper continued: “That is why it requires the provision of information on all incoming and outgoing passengers on time under the API Passenger Information System, at all major airports. The country is in charge of monitoring all passengers, which is a great way to get information about passengers before they arrive in the country to develop a comprehensive border security system in accordance with UN Resolution 2396 , The ICAO has been provided by airports organizations, which will also help airline authorities and their own governments to collect passengers’ information in a timely manner at major airports.

 

The chairman of the National Immigration Commission, Muhammad Babandede MFR, and the Director General of the National Airport Authority, Captain Musa Nuhu, have agreed to work together to ensure all government agencies operating in the region are responsible. The country’s airlines have worked together on the national border to facilitate the screening of passengers without violating national security laws at the country’s airspace. and technology, following the system of data collection and surveillance of migrants, which is the preferred system in the rest of the world

Salihu Abdulsalam has been working with writing challenged clients for over four years. He provides ghost writing, coaching and ghost editing services. His educational background in family science and journalism has given him a broad base from which to approach many topics.

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