Immigration Recruitment Exams Deaths Unfortunate – Tambuwal


Speaker, House of Representatives, Alhaji Aminu Tambuwal, has described as “unfortunate” the death of some applicants who were stampeded on Saturday at recruitment centres of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS).

Tambuwal said this in a statement issued by his Special Adviser on Media and Public Affairs, Malam Imam Imam on Sunday in Abuja.

According to the speaker, the death of the innocent youths was sorrowful and regrettable.

He said it was more regrettable considering the fact that they were at the screening centres in search of jobs that would better their lots and that of their loved ones.

Tambuwal urged the authorities concerned to investigate the remote and immediate causes of the tragedy, and advised them to map out strategies to prevent future occurrence.

He urged governments at all levels to work closely with the Organised Private Sector to tackle the problem of unemployment problem facing the nation.

The speaker condoled with the families of those who lost their loved ones, and prayed for quick recovery of injured ones. [NAN]


  1. Though u our nigeria leaders,especilly d political office holders pitied and felt bad abt the dealth of our pple who lost their life on saturday @ IMMG recriutment,pls done something to console d families of those who lost their life in d strugling for survival and pls have mercy on us,we from poor homes and provide jobs for nigeria graduates so as to forget their suffering through all our stages in school.