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2 Britons Docked In Lagos For Alleged Forgery Of Nigerian Visas

The Nigeria Immigration Service, NIS, has dragged two Britons before a Federal High Court, Lagos, over alleged forgery of Nigerian visa and impersonation of the Director of Citizens and Business Department, Ministry of Interior, Mr. Adetayo Sode.
The accused, Ian Cunliff and Ofir More, were said to have conspired to forge expatriate quota approval with reference number MIA/B/3939/1/41 on September 28, 2011 of the Ministry of Interior, and business permit with number FMI/B/3939/1/43 of Federal Ministry of Interior.
Cunliff and More were also alleged to have forged the signature of the Director, Citizenship and Business of the Ministry of Interior, Mr. Sode, whose signature was on the forged expatriate quota approval.
According to the charge, the offences of forgery and impersonation allegedly committed by the Britons and their companies are contrary to Sections 465 and 484 and punishable under Section 47(1) of the Criminal Code Act, Cap. C38, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004.

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