The honourable minister for communication and digital economy Dr Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami urge Nigerians to endeavour and register their SIMs with the National Identification Number (NIN) so that the problem of insecurity can be contained in the country.
The minister confirmed that there is no going back on the NIN-SIM registration as the criminals being affected by the registration have started feeling the heat.
Dr Pantami warns that Nigerians that refuse to register their SIMs with NIN should awaits further action as no one will be spared.
Pantami reveals that on twitter while responding to the claims published by an online Nigerian newspaper that United States of America has placed his name understand the Terror watch list for being close to Boko Haram Leader, Abubakar Shekau.
Dr Pantami reveals that the accusations were baseless and that his lawyers will do the needful.
The newspaper later announced the retraction of the news few minutes after publishing it.
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