ABSTRACT

Although the operation of the Nigeria Immigration Service is now widely acknowledged, Since its separation from the Nigeria Police Force in 1958, the Nigeria Immigration Service has undergone a number of transformations. The problem of inadequate service in most of our immigration services has become a worldwide problem. The major and primary challenge related with this endeavor is the quest to eradicate this disease in our country. Review of the literature Since its separation from the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) in 1958, the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has undergone a number of transformations. Under the leadership of the Chief Federal Immigration Officer, the Immigration Department, as it was then named, was charged with the basic immigration functions (CFIO). The Immigration Ordinance of 1958 was used to run the agency when it was still in its infancy. Methodology of Study The purpose of this chapter is to provide a quick overview of the various study designs employed by researchers. The term methodology refers to a set of clear rules and procedures for evaluating claims to knowledge (Ojo, 2003). Data Visualization, Analysis, and Interpretation This chapter covers the data collection’s presentation, analysis, and interpretation.

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

Since its separation from the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) in 1958, the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has undergone a number of transformations. Under the leadership of the Chief Federal Immigration Officer, the Immigration Department, as it was then named, was charged with the basic Immigration tasks (CFIO). The Immigration Ordinance of 1958 was used to run the agency when it was still in its infancy. The department began with a limited operating scope and a low-profile, straightforward approach to achieving the government’s stated aims and objectives. Only the Visa and Business Sections were established during this time.

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Immigration service in Nigeria Ohaji plantation and Umogu plantation are two oil palm estates in Owerri. Since the year 2005, the Ohaji plantation has been given pride of place. As of February 15, 2010, there are no motorable access roads to the Ohaji plantation. Its palms were not manicured, and thick forest “colonized” around 65 percent of the land. To ensure the plantation’s future and prosperity, there was no replanting effort. The story was the same at Umuogu Plantation.

STATEMENT OF PROBLEM

The problem of inadequate service in most of our immigration services has become a worldwide problem. The major and primary challenge related with this endeavor is the quest to eradicate this disease in our country. The second issue is how to employ immigration services to manage the country’s security threats.

OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

The purpose of this study is to assess the effectiveness of Nigeria’s immigration service in combating exotic illness in Nigeria, using Imo State as a case study.

RESEARCH HYPOTHESIS

A hypothesis is a statement that can be tested and that predicts a specific relationship between two or more variables.

Ho: There is no link between Nigeria’s immigration service and the containment of exotic diseases in the country.

 

Hi: There is a strong link between the Nigerian immigration service and the control of exotic diseases in the country.

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

In Nigeria and around the world, there have been several outbreaks of disease, security issues, and illegal immigrants. As a result, the outcomes of this study will be extremely useful to the Nigerian immigration office. Despite the fact that the research was conducted within Nigeria’s immigration office in Owerri, the findings will be of great assistance to all Nigerian immigration services.

SCOPE OF THE STUDY

For the sake of coherence and clarity, the scope of this study does not include all methods for eradicating exotic diseases, but rather focuses on expanding the immigration service to address the country’s security challenges.

1. We’ve made the decision to create an IT-driven security team that can quickly address the operational issues of modern migration.

2. To provide the service a new sense of purpose that will keep it relevant to the world security order and global trend at all times.

DEFINITION OF TERMS

IMMIGRATION

The transfer of people into a country or territory where they are not native in order to dwell there is known as immigration.

EXOTIC DISEASE (EXOTIC DISEASE) is a disease that

Exotic diseases are infectious diseases that are not generally found in the area where your pig farm is located, either because they have never existed there or because they have been eradicated and kept out by government control efforts.

PREVENTION

The act of obstructing or stopping something from happening.

CONTROL

The act of putting something in order or diminishing the impact of something.

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