The CDFIPB was established by the Customs Immigration and Prisons Services Board Decree No. 14 of July 11, 1986. Prior to the establishment of the Board, the paramilitary Services, except the Nigerian Customs and Excise, had been administered under the main-stream of the Ministry of Interior.
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To raise a world class paramilitary service that ensures peace and stability of the territorial boundary of the country
To develop a virile, motivated disciplined paramilitary services that ensure peace, safety and stability of the country.
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Following re-scheduling of the Elections by INEC, we are constrained to postpone the screening and examination, as the earlier dates have become unsuitable
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NSCDC is a para-military agency of the Government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria that is commissioned to provide measures against threat and any form of attack or disaster against the nation and its citizenry.
The Federal Fire Service has the statutory responsibility for Rescue, Fire Prevention, Mitigation, Fire-fighting, Paramedic and information services to all Nigerians irrespective of status or ethnic belonging in order to minimize the possibility of loss of life and property to fire and other emergencies.
On August 1st, 1963, Immigration Department came of age when it was formally established by An Act of Parliament (Cap. 171, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria). The Head of the Department then was the Director of Immigration. The Immigration Service was brought under the Board by Decree No. 14 of July 11, 1986.
The Prisons is the third arm of the Criminal Justice System after the Police and Courts. The Nigerian Prisons Service is under the supervision and control of the Ministry of the Interior and Civil Defence, Fire, Immigration and Prisons Services' Board