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Immigration Officer Wants NIS Boss Jailed

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An officer of the Nigeria Immigration Service, Mr. Daniel Makolo, has asked the National Industrial Court in Abuja to confer the NIS Comptroller-General, Mr. Muhammad Babandede, to jail for supposedly disregarding the requests and notices of the court. Makolo, who has for quite a long time had a running fight in court against the NIS, is, by his application, particularly looking for detainment arrange against Babandede and the Director/Secretary of the CDFIPB, Mr. Sunday Ogu.

As indicated by Makolo, in his movement on see, checked NICN/ABJ/208/2017, the advancement practice did in the NIS and his proceeded with provocation and terrorizing by the NIS, the Civil Defense, Fire, Immigration and Prisons Services Board and Babandede constituted an infringement of the court made on July 19, 2017.

He recorded alongside his application a supporting sworn statement which he by and by removed to, expressing that the court had made “a request controlling the litigants, their specialists, privies, colleagues or agents in any frame or appearance from irritating or scaring the inquirer/candidate and from doing any advancement practice pending the hearing and assurance of the movement on see documented under the watchful eye of this court; accordingly keeping up the norm risk.

He, in any case, charged that “this request has been outrageously and savagely ignored by the respondents to mock the prosecutor and this court. He expressed that a couple of days after the court’s procedures of August 28, 2017, he was questioned after he got a call from the Comptroller of Immigration, Discipline/Awards. He included that a couple of days after his answer to the question, he was welcomed by the Comptroller of Immigration Service Welfare, at the NIS central command and was served a notice to stop his official condo in Abuja inside three hours.

He said his legal counselor’s office was additionally burgled by obscure people on September 23 at the Abuja Shopping Mall, Wuse Zone 3. He said he had held up grievances in regards to his badgering, terrorizing, and risk to his life to President Muhammadu Buhari, the Inspector-General of Police and the National Human Rights Commission. He included that the third litigant has been debilitating my life, scaring, hassling me and my legal counselors forever that in spite of every one of these endeavors, my terrorizing, badgering, and risk to my life and that of my legal counselor expanded past measures.

The third litigant is dead set on devastating my vocation, life and all that I have worked for over these 30 years. We caused Form 48, and Form 49 issued to the litigants/respondents notice of outcomes of defiance of court arrange with the sworn statement, yet they proceeded in their lead and activity of hatred of the court arrange unabated.

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