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FG Commission Central Passport Production Centre in Canada

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The federal government has introduced new enhanced e-Passport and commissioned the Central Passport Production Centre, CPPC, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

A statement issued by the media adviser to the Minister of Interior, Sola Fasure, stated that this will enable Nigerians living in Canada have access to the highly coveted 64-page 10-year validity passport.

The statement revealed that the document is of higher grade with additional 25 security features than the one currently in use.

It, however, commended the Nigerian High Commissioner to Canada for his commitment to ensuring that Canada has its own passport production centre.

Written by: Helen Obih

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