Somali Immigration Department opens new office in Adado city
The head of Somali Immigration Department of the Federal Government of Somalia Col Mohamed Aden Jim’ale (Koofi) has achieved to launch a new office in the central town of Adado, the interim capital of Galmudug state.
The new office opened in Adado will provide passports and other immigration services to the local people, who could not able to obtaining passports in their area, and they used to travel to Mogadishu to get passports.
Mr. Koofi said citizens in Galmudug state territory are now eligible for the e-passport from the new office in Adado city in Galgaduud region upon production of the federal government.
Meanwhile, the Local residents in Adado town and its surrounding suburbs have warmly welcomed the move, and thanked the head of Somali Immigration Department Somalia Col Mohamed Aden Jim’ale (Koofi) for opening an office.
The new head of Somalia’s immigration department Col Mohamed Aden Jim’ale (Koofi) has made valuable work to expand the passport services to the country, for the first time in more than two-decades.
Somali immigration department is making huge development and high-quality services since Col Mohamed Aden Jim’ale (Koofi) took the oath of the office in July, 2016.