The Comptroller General of NIS Muhammad Babandede, has advised 462 Officers that were graduated at the second Conversion /Upgrading Course, Immigration Training School, Kano not do anything that would tarnishthe image of NIS
A statement issued by the Service Public Relations Officer (PRO), Deputy Comptroller Immigration (DCI) Sunday James, for Comptroller, explained that Babandede gave the advice today while speaking at the NIS Training School in during the graduation of 462 officers in Kano.
The Comptroller General of NIS urged the just converted and upgraded officers to cherish their new ranks by aligning with the commitment and dedication to duty of the Superintendent Cadre of officers and avoid anything that may tarnish the image of the service by being good Ambassadors as the first beneficiaries of the newly drafted Immigration Manual used in teaching them during the course.
Babandede also warned them against lobbying for posting or seeking favor for deployment.
The Comptroller General at the occasion reviewed Officers at the Passing-Out-Parade (POP).
The Commandant of the Training School CIS, Ismail Hamis thanked the Comptroller General for his immense support and commitment toward training and re-training personnel in the Service while enjoining the graduands to justify the training received for the enhancement of service delivery wherever they are posted.
The Commandant appreciated sister agencies for their mutual collaboration since he resumed at the training school in Kano.
Other dignitaries that include: heads of military, paramilitary, security, and response agencies in Kano and representatives of traditional and religious bodies and friends of the service in the ancient city of Kano.