NIS intercepts 10 Nigerians heading to Cameroon
Written by admin on May 16, 2020
The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has again intercepted some Nigerians heading to Cameroon amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The NIS spokesman, DCI Sunday James, in a statement in Abuja on Friday, explained that the suspects were intercepted with the support of Naval operatives at Adadia control post, adding that two were from Cross River, and eight from Akwa-Ibom States, respectively.
The agency further stated that 10 persons were refused departure and handed over to health officials for medical checks to determine their status.
According to Babandede, he had also directed that intense patrol should be stepped up by the operatives, while commands at the border were equally ordered to be more alert to movement around the border areas.