BREAKING: Five Nigerian Female Immigration Officers Transferred to Borno, Yobe Over #Bopdaddy

              photo by Sahara reporters 

The Nigeria Immigration Service has transferred five of its female officers by transferring them to Borno, Yobe, Kano and other States far away from their current duty posts for participating in a social media contest known as 'Bopdaddy challenge'.

The challenge was sensation on social media during the COVID-19 compulsory lockdown across Nigeria, is one in which young men and ladies across the country flaunt different glowing images of themselves using their smartphone which enabled high resolution photography and editing.

It was reported that the immigration authorities stated that the five women would relocated without being given any relocation allowance with a directive to resume at their new duty posts within seven days despite current ban on interstate travel by the Federal  government.

Last month, NIS issued a query to the ladies saying being a Federal Government Organisation 'their participation in Bop daddy challenge had brought big embarrassment to the Organisation.


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