he outgoing Comptroller of Immigration Service, Ondo State Command, Dayo Idowu Oni has said there is more to life after retirement.
Oni, who also celebrated his 60th birthday on the day of his retirement on Monday dedicated his years of service to God.
TheNewsGuru reports that the Ekiti-born boasted that his 35 years of service in the Nigerian Immigration Service were without blemish.
‘I told other service chiefs, that the journey has not been very easy, it’s a long journey but at the end of the day we thank God for making it a success, he said.
‘When we talk of someone spending 34 or 35 years in service, you will believe that you will not encounter problems or challenges but by the Grace of God we’re able to overcome the challenges, and here we are today celebrating, thanking God for the service rendered to my nation and to my service’.
‘I came into the job in April 1988 and since then I have been doing my work going round the country, almost all the states in the north without any blemish or being issued a single query throughout my service’.
‘I’m so happy for the exit and people are happy with me’.
Speaking with TNG, the retiring CIS spoke about life after retirement:
‘There is nothing so spectacular, we all know after working for some time, you have to retire so we are prepared for it and may God help us, we’re not going to live a negative life. It is only out of service, not out of the society’.