Residents Celebrate Opening of Passport Office In Igbogbo
By Nurudeen Adebayo
The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Passport Office in Igbogbo, Lagos has been inaugurated.
Former aspirant for the Ikorodu Constituency II seat, Mr. Hammed Olalekan Aroyewun (HOA), commended the Federal Government, the stakeholders and residents of Igbogbo Kingdom for their collaborative efforts in making this development a reality.
The strategically located Passport Office is anticipated to contribute significantly to the social and economic growth of the Kingdom, catering not only to local residents but also potentially serving applicants from neighboring Ogun State communities close to Ikorodu Division.
In his statement, Aroyewun extended his gratitude to key figures instrumental in the establishment of the office, including the Minister for Interior, Hon. Olubunmi Ojo, NIS Comptroller General, Mrs. Carol Wura – Ola Adepoju, Hon. Babajimi Benson representing the Ikorodu Federal Constituency, and Oba Semiudeen Kasaliu, the Adeboruwa of Igbogbo, among other stakeholders.
Aroyewun emphasized the importance of the Passport Office as a symbol of recognition for the Igbogbo Kingdom and underscored the socioeconomic benefits it is poised to bring.
He urged continued cooperation among the residents, highlighting the office as a tangible outcome of collective efforts and a testament to what can be achieved through unity and understanding.
The commissioning of the Igbogbo NIS Passport Office stands as a testament to the power of collaboration, showcasing the positive outcomes that can arise when communities come together for shared development goals.