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Bakassi Residents Need Passports To Enter Nigeria

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Bakassi Residents Need Passports To Enter Nigeria

Post  Admin on Sun Aug 31, 2008 10:29 pm

RESIDENTS of Bakassi traveling to Nigerians will need to carry their proper traveling documents, including the passport of their new country, Akwa Ibom State Immigration Comptroller, Sir William Park, has said.

Fielding questions from The Guardian at the weekend, Park also said that the National Orientation Ageny, state information agencies and other government parastatals should educate returnees on the need for them to carry their traveling documents as part of the resettlement programmes.

He said there was need to educate and re-orientate the people into accepting the reality of the situation, as the ceding of Bakassi to Cameroun means that migration from either of the two neighbouring countries now means crossing international boundaries.

He noted that crossing of international boundaries requires total compliance to traveling norms to avoid embarrassment.

"The real challenge is now that Bakassi is part of another country and people coming from there need to have proper traveling documents because they are crossing international boundaries," he said.

On human trafficking in the state, Park said his command had burst three gangs of human traffickers in the Oron axis, where 47 people were arrested including a physically challenged man who was the ring leader.

http://www.guardiannewsngr.com/news/article02//indexn2_html?pdate=310808&ptitle=Bakassi Residents Need Passports To Enter Nigeria

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