The Comptroller of Immigration in Benue, Yahaya Yunusa, said in Makurdi on Thursday that the dismantling of inland checkpoints has aided the influx of illegal aliens by land. He said the inland checks enabled the officers to control the movement of aliens on the highways. “Now that the checkpoints are dismantled it is difficult to apprehend those travelling on the road,” Mr. Yunusa said.
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