New Comptroller NIS MMIA assumes office

The new Comptroller,  Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Murtala Muhammed  Airport (MMA), Lagos Command Mrs. Kemi Nanna Nandap has assumed office.

Comptroller Nandap replaced Abdullahi Dalhatu, the immediate past Comptroller of the command who retired from service earlier in the year.

A statement by the Public Relations Officer (PRO), MMA Command, Louisa Amadiokoro, said that until her appointment, CIS Nandap served as Comptroller in charge of Plateau State Command where she left indelible marks of infrastructural and human capital development.

The statement hints that, the new Comptroller served as the Assistant Comptroller General (ACG) in charge of zone C.

Comptroller Nandap was born on June 3, 1966 in Zaria Kaduna state and had her undergraduate studies in the University of Ilorin where she bagged a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry.

The statement adds that, Nandap had previously served in many commands and in different capacities including Officer-In-Charge (O/C) Investigation and Compliance, O/C Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and African Affairs,  Second in Command Nassarawa State command.

Others are Lagos, Ogun, and Anambra states Commands, Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and the service headquarter, Abuja.

The MMIA NIS spokesperson states that, CIS Nandap is coming with wealth of experience to further position the MMIA Command as the leading command in the country, adding that the new Comptroller had promised to entrench professionalism in the system. 

“The comptroller is a seasoned administrator who will bring her wealth of experience to play by ensuring that the MMA Command continue to play the leading role in the country. As the first port of contact to travellers especially to foreigners coming into the country, it is necessary to have a professional and an administrator in charge of such a command. This, our new comptroller possess.”

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