The International Organisation for Migration has revealed plans to deploy eBorder facilities in 10 Nigerian border posts.Announced in Abuja, the project is hoped to tighten up management of Nigeria's often porous borders.Called the Migration Data Analysis System (MIDAS), the project will allow for better collection, processing, storage and dissemination of travelers' information when entering and exiting border points.The IOM has trained personnel of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) on the use and installation of MIDAS at the different border posts to ensure efficient service delivery."Given the global security, economic, political and environmental challenges, it is imperative to apply technological innovation to tackle the important task of efficient border management."MIDAS has been developed to support states to collect, process and record migrants' information for the purpose of identification, data collection and analysis. It can collect biographic and biometric data which is useful for monitoring migration patterns," she said.