Sulaiman gave the assurance on Friday when the new Comptroller of NIS Enugu State Command, Mr Emmanuel Arogundade together with key officers of the command, paid him a courtesy visit in Enugu.
The commissioner noted that the partnership would be nip crime in the bud in the state, adding that immigration and police are partners in progress.
“I am assuring you people of the police command readiness to support immigration service at all times to achieve on their mandates in the state,’’ he said.
Earlier, Arogundade applauded the quality of the relationship between the immigration and police in the state.
The comptroller said he came to register his arrival in the state and to solicit for the police continual cooperation in order to succeed in his mandate.
He lauded Sulaiman on some achievements of his Command so far.
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