The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has commenced the profiling of 23 Nigerian returnees who arrived from Lome, Togo at Seme-Krake joint border post yesterday.
The comptroller-general of the NIS, Muhammad Babandede, who received the report of the returnees ordered that the control post immediately carryout their proper profiling and documentation.
A breakdown of the returnees showed that six are indigenes of Anambra,Ogun-3,Delta-3,Edo-2,Imo-2,Oyo-1,Benue-1,Abia-1,Enugu-1,Ekiti-1.
They were said to be screened by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and Port Health officials before the NIS profiling, after which they were handed over to the Lagos State ministry of Health officials for onward processing in line with the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) health procedures for returning Nigerians.
This was contained in a statement issued by NIS spokesman, Sunday James.