The Nigeria Immigration Service, NIS has called on the public to ignore the fake visa on arrival video in circulation and assured all of a highly professional service delivery in the interest of the nation.
The Service’s Spokesman, Sunday James announced this in a statement in Abuja.
According to the statement, the attention of the Comptroller General, NIS Muhammad Babandede was drawn to a “Fake” Visa on Arrival video being circulated in some social media platforms by mischief makers.
Babandede also noted that high level discussion is still on-going with the Minister of Interior Rauf Aregbesola.
The statement added that Service totally dissociates itself from the purported image damaging video that has the tendency of misinforming the public and cast doubt on the good intentions of the government.