Kwara State Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq has solicited the support of the Nigerian Immigration Service to secure borders in the state.
Abdulrazaq spoke in Ilorin yesterday while receiving the newly posted Comptroller of immigration service, Kwara state command, Edith Onyemenam and her team.
“The challenges are mostly with our western borders because of their porosity and the state government want to have export border there which we have discussed with the federal government.
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“The border is porous in terms of smuggling activities but I promised the government will assist you to ease your work. We will engage the service at the appropriate time,” he said.
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