NIS set to begin deportation of illegal immigrants in the country

Jayson Oluwatimilehin

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Jayson Oluwatimilehin

Immigrants living in Nigeria illegally will soon face the wrath of the law following another strategy arranged by the Nigerian Immigration service which incorporates residence permit to people of different nationalities.

The notice was given by the representative general of the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS), Muhammad Babban Dede, who said that the new policy would begin in the following three months.

As indicated by him, any of these immigrant who neglected to have his residence permit before the end of the stipulated time would be deported back to their country.

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