Idris: CBN not allowing us window to foreign exchange | The Guardian Nigeria News


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The interview was scheduled for 12.30 pm on Tuesday. By one o’clock, we got information that instead of the old Secretariat at Area 1, the session with the acting Comptroller General of Nigeria Immigration Services (NIS), Idris Isah Jere, would hold at the ultra modern NIS headquarters along Airport Road, Abuja.

Shaking out the hangover from one-week long malaise, the twist and turns surrounding the interview with the new helmsman at the NIS doused the initial enthusiasm to engage the man that took over from chubby Muhammed Babandede.
At the sprawling NIS facility, it was as if situation and circumstances conspired to prolong the waiting. As we sat at the cozy waiting room, the scenery looked outlandish. Could this be Nigeria? The environment was spick-and-span, well dressed officials in their well-starched uniforms streamed as if this was Singapore Changi Airport.

By 3.00pm, we were asked to use the lift to the…

Source: Guardian Newspaper

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