Enugu gets new Immigration Service Comptroller, vows to checkmate foreigners

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    Mr. Joachim Olumba :  Vows to make Enugu safer, conducive for legitimate business

    A new Comptroller for the Enugu Command of the Nigeria Immigration Service NIS),

     Mr. Joachim Olumba, has assumed office, with a promise to checkmate activities of foreigners in the state..

    Until his recent redeployment,  Olumba was the Comptroller of Immigration Service in-charge of E-Visa at the Nigeria Immigration Service Headquarters, Abuja and a member   of the Presidential Task Force on COVID -19.

    A statement  by the Command’s Public Relations Officer PRO, Chibuzor Ogadimma  Angel, a Deputy Superintendent of Immigration DSI, made available to SummitNews,  stated that the new Comptroller joined the Service in 1988, after graduation from the

    University of Calabar, Cross River State, where he studied Sociology.

    According to the statement, “he attended the 20th Basic Course at Immigration Training School, Kano (ITSK),  and the 10th Command Course at the Immigration Command and Staff College, Sokoto, both from which he graduated with Distinction.

    Mr. Joachim Olumba : Vows to make Enugu safer, conducive for legitimate business

    A new Comptroller for the Enugu Command of the Nigeria Immigration Service NIS),

    Mr. Joachim Olumba, has assumed office, with a promise to checkmate activities of foreigners in the state..

    Until his recent redeployment, Olumba was the Comptroller of Immigration Service in-charge of E-Visa at the Nigeria Immigration Service Headquarters, Abuja and a member of the Presidential Task Force on COVID -19.

    A statement by the Command’s Public Relations Officer PRO, Chibuzor Ogadimma Angel, a Deputy Superintendent of Immigration DSI, made available to SummitNews, stated that the new Comptroller joined the Service in 1988, after graduation from the

    University of Calabar, Cross River State, where he studied Sociology.

    According to the statement, “he attended the 20th Basic Course at Immigration Training School, Kano (ITSK), and the 10th Command Course at the Immigration Command and Staff College, Sokoto, both from which he graduated with Distinction.

    “Since joining Nigeria Immigration Service, Comptroller Olumba, who was once the Service Public Relations Officer, had served in various Immigration Commands and formations across the country, including former Gongola State Command (now Adamawa State Command); Ogun State Command; Oil and Gas Free Zone Command, Onne and Zone ‘E’Headquarters, Owerri.

    “Other places where he served are, Lagos State Command, Airport and Air Border Patrol Division at the Service Headquarters, Rivers State Command and AbiaState Command.

    “He also served as Special Assistant to the Comptroller General of Immigration as Service Reform Champion, Passport Control Officer, and subsequently acting Comptroller of Immigration, Abia State Command.

    “Furthermore, CIS Joachim Olumba, had represented the Nigeria Immigration Service on some overseas missions to China, United Kingdom, and Pakistan.

    “Obviously, he is a thorough-bred, vastly experienced and totally committed professional.

    “The new Comptroller of Immigration, Enugu State Command, has already assumed office with a commitment to give the public a desirable and refreshing experience in the performance of his duties and services in line with the vision, mission and core values of NIS under the dynamic leadership of the Comptroller General, Mr. Muhammad Babandede.”

    The new Comptroller expressed his determination to cooperate and collaborate with heads of other security agencies in Enugu State to make the state safer, and more conducive for habitation and conduct of legitimate business activities.

    He also reiterated that foreigners in the state will be closely monitored to ensure that they do not engage in acts capable of undermining national economic interests and peaceful coexistence. .

    Mr. Olumba hails from Dikenafai in Ideato South Local Government Area of Imo State.

    “Since joining Nigeria Immigration Service, Comptroller Olumba, who was once the Service Public Relations Officer, had served in various Immigration Commands and formations across the country, including former  Gongola State Command (now Adamawa State Command); Ogun State Command; Oil and Gas Free Zone Command, Onne and Zone ‘E’Headquarters, Owerri.

    “Other places where he served are, Lagos State Command, Airport and Air Border Patrol Division at the Service Headquarters, Rivers State Command and AbiaState Command.

     “He also served as Special Assistant to the Comptroller General of Immigration as Service Reform Champion, Passport Control Officer, and subsequently acting Comptroller of Immigration, Abia State Command.

    “Furthermore, CIS Joachim Olumba, had represented the Nigeria Immigration Service on some overseas missions to China, United Kingdom, and Pakistan.

    “Obviously, he is a thorough-bred, vastly experienced and totally committed professional.

     “The new Comptroller of Immigration, Enugu State Command, has already assumed office with a commitment to give the public a desirable and refreshing experience in the performance of his duties and services in line with the vision, mission and core values of NIS under the dynamic leadership of the Comptroller General, Mr. Muhammad Babandede.” 

    The new Comptroller expressed his determination to cooperate and collaborate with heads of other security agencies in Enugu State to make the state safer, and more conducive for habitation and conduct of legitimate business activities.

    He also reiterated that foreigners in the state will be closely monitored to ensure that they do not engage in acts capable of undermining national economic interests and peaceful coexistence.  .

    Mr. Olumba hails from Dikenafai in Ideato South Local Government Area of Imo State.

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