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Nigeria Immigration Service elevates 12 in Bayelsa Command


Yenagoa – The Nigeria Immigration Service has elevated 12 officers deployed to the Bayelsa Command in its last promotion exercise.

Addressing the newly promoted officers and men of the command at a brief decoration ceremony on Tuesday in Yenagoa, the Comptroller Sule Wunti , urged the beneficiaries to be more dedicated to duty.

He urged them to see their elevation as a call to higher responsibilities, adding: “to whom, much is given, much is expected”.

He said that eight of the officers were promoted, three converted while three others were upgraded in the exercise.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the comptroller, assisted by senior officers of the command, decorated the elevated officers with their new ranks.

Responding on behalf of the beneficiaries, Mrs Lizzy Agbaoga-Efejuku, who was elevated to the rank of Chief Superintendent, said that they would to justify the confidence reposed in them.

She pledged that the officers would remain committed to their duties and be good ambassadors of the service in their various duty posts. (NAN)

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