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Cablegate: Ilea Gaborone - Train the Trainer On Fraudulent Documents

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P 221459Z MAY 07
FM AMEMBASSY ABUJA
TO RUEHOR/AMEMBASSY GABORONE PRIORITY 0047
INFO RUEHOS/AMCONSUL LAGOS 6906
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ILEA FOR DEPUTY DIRECTOR JEFF THOMAS
STATE FOR INL/C/CJ, INL/AAE AND DS/IP/AF

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: SNAR KCRM ASEC EAID NI

SUBJECT: ILEA GABORONE - Train the Trainer on Fraudulent Documents
Course, June 18 - 22, 2007.

REF: STATE 028897

1. The following 4 Nigerian personnel from the Nigeria Immigration
Service, National Drug Law Enforcement Agency and National Agency on
Prohibition of Traffic in Persons respectively are nominated to
attend the above referenced ILEA Training.

Tanko Nuhu
DOB - 09 January 1962
Gender - Male
Rank - Chief Superintendent of Immigration
Current Position - OIC Document Fraud Unit
Passport No - A3063840A
Expiry Date - 30 August 2010


Yabal Andrew
DOB - 02 June 1960
Gender - Male
Rank - Chief Superintendent of Immigration
Current Position - DOIC Document Fraud Unit
Passport No - A3054581
Expiry Date - 08 May 2010
Obasuyi Osaigbovo
DOB - 15 May 1970
Gender - Male
Rank - Superintendent of Narcotics
Current Position - Narcotics Officer NDLEA HQ
Passport No - A2006156
Expiry Date - 08 September 2008

Bello Ahmed Mohammed
DOB - 10 December 1967
Gender - Male
Rank - Detective
Current Position - Zonal Head, Kano Zonal office
Passport No - A3675141A
Expiry Date - 23 April 2012

2. Officers will arrive in Gaborone from Johannesburg on June 16,
2007 at 10:30am on South African Airways flight number SA 1763. They
will depart to Johannesburg on June 24, 2007 at 12:45pm on South
African Airways Flight number SA 1778.

3. Economy fare from Lagos to Gaborone and return per participant
is $1390. Each participant will receive a stipend of $30.00. Local
airfare travel for each participant is $185 and lodging cost per
participant in Lagos is $60.00.

4. As of this date, the Department of State has no credible
information regarding gross abuse of human rights on the part of the
above Nigerian personnel. There are potentially 2 additional
nominees who have not yet been vetted due to late submissions from
their agencies. We will advise ILEA when/if the vetting process is
completed in time for their attendance.

5. Medical Clearance: All participants have obtained medical
clearance.

Campbell

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