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The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) came into existence on August 1958. Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) was carved out from the Nigeria Police Force (NPF).

The then Nigeria Immigration Service was known as the Immigration Service Department and was headed by Chief Federal Immigration Officer (CFIO). Presently, the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) most senior serving officer title is called Comptroller General of Immigration Service (CGIS).

Below are The Pasts and Present Comptroller General of Nigeria Immigration Service:

1.

E.H. Harrison

Chief Federal Immigration Officer

(CFIO)

1962-1966

2.

J. E. Onugogu, Esq.

Chief Federal Immigration Office

(CFIO)

1966-1967

3.

Alayedeino,Esq.

Chief Federal Federal Immigration Officer

(CFIO)

1967-1976

4.

Aliyu Muhammed

Director of Immigration

1977-1979

5.

Lawal Sambo

Director of Immigration

1979-1985

6.

Muhammed Damulak,Esq.

Director of Immigration

1985-1990

7.

Garba Abba

Comptroller General of Immigration Service.

(CGIS)

1990-1995

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8.

Shahabi Abubakar

Comptroller General of Immigration Service.

(CGIS)

1995-1999

9.

Usman Kabiya Umar

Acting

Comptroller General of Immigration Service

(CGIS)

Jul. 1999-Jan. 2000

10.

Lady Uzoamaka C. Nwuaizu

Comptroller General of Immigration Service

(CGIS)

2000-2004

11.

Chukwurah Joseph Udeh

Comptroller General of Immigration Service

(CGIS)

2005-2010

12.

Rose Chinyere Uzoma

Comptroller General of Immigration Service

(CGIS)

2010-2013

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13.

Rilwan Bala Musa

Acting

Comptroller General of Immigration Service

(CGIS)

2013

14.

David Shikfu Parradang

Comptroller General of Immigration Service

(CGIS)

2013-2015

15.

Martin Kure Abeshi

Comptroller General of Immigration Service

(CGIS)

2015-2016

16.

Muhammed Babandede

Comptroller General of Immigration Service

(CGIS)

2016 till date.

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