Officers and Men of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) in Taraba state has been charged to show more sense of responsibility and committed to duty for effective service delivery to the nation.
Taraba state Controller of the Nigeria Immigration service Usman Babangida gave the charge in an address at the decorations ceremony held at the Command’s premises in Jalingo on Thursday.
He attributed the decoration of the Officers and men to the will of God whom powers comes from, as well as their hard work and commitment to duty.
“God has seen your efforts for putting in your best in carrying out your constitutional responsibility and he granted your prayers”, elevation comes from God”. He added.
Babangida also called on the promoted Officers to ensure that their elevation in the service is reflected in their families spendings, as a way of showing gratitude to God.
In a goodwill message, Taraba state Commandant of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps Aliyu Ndanusacingratulated the promoted officers and men and called them on the to maintained the synergy between security agencies with a view to curb the security challenges in the state.
Ndanusa also reminded them on the saying that” To whim much is given, much is expected”, therefore he charged them to leave up to expectation in their new responsibility.
Among those that were promoted and decorated including the Taraba state Nigeria Immigration Command’s Public Relations officer Solomon Gisilambe from Assistant supretendent to the rank of Supretendent.
Others are Nuruddeen Abubakar as immigration Inspector as well as Madam Wurmiya Gafiya from Assistant supretendent-ii to Assistant Supretendent-1 among others.