The National Identity Management Commission, NIMC, has in a statement on Tuesday said that, the commission will be needing a rough estimate of twenty-five (25) billion Naira only, to buy storage servers for their works. The director general of the commission, Hon Aliyu Abubakir who is set to present this to the senate, made this known in a meeting with the senate public account committee.
The National Identity Management Commission has ordered that all Nigerians enroll in NIN registration and link their NIN to all of their sim cards. Unfortunately, for many Nigerians, several government agencies are now requesting NIN before they can administer their services to people. Despite the fact that many Nigerians are having difficulty enrolling for the NIN due to a variety of factors.
It is no longer news that the National Identity Management Commission popularly known as the NIMC, has been trending on the pages of the news following the mandate from the federal government, for Nigerians to enrol for their National Identity Number known as NIN. In the same way, days after the honorable minister for communications in the person of Isa Pantami announced when the issuance of new sim cards will resume in the country, the NIMC announced that NIN is compulsory for those who wants to get new SIM
National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) announced the ways on how to print the improved National Identification Number (NIN) slip for personal and public use.Hope you have successfully registered and linked your National Identity Number (NIN)?To do the subject above, please do the following tasks: 1.
The National identity Management Commission (NIMC) has made a new announcement regarding intending candidates of the 2021 University Tertiary Matriculation Examination and Direct Entry(UTME/DE) with National Identification Number related Issues.The new announcement by the National Identity Management Commission(NIMC), an agency of the Federal Government of Nigeria which is responsible for regulating matters of National Identity in Nigeria, was disclosed to the public on Friday, the 7th of May 2021, via one of the official social media handle of the agency.
It is no longer news that the National Identity Management Commission known as NIMC, had been trending on the pages of the news following the mandate given for Nigerians to enrol for their National Identification Number.Some Nigerians have successfully enrolled at approved NIN registration centres, some are still yet to be enrolled for different reasons or the other.
The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) has given the guide on how to download and print the improved National Identification number (NIN) slip to be used any time and any where.The NIMC gave step to step guide on how to download and print the improved NIN slip from the comfort of your home.
You would recall that around the end of 2020, the issue of linking National Identification Number (NIN) to SIM cards came into full swing and a certain period of time was given for people to link their NIN to their SIM Cards.However, the body responsible for overseeing the registration of all citizens, the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) has after a virtual meeting chaired by the Honourable Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami, resolved to extend the deadline to the 30th of June 2021 so as to enable all citizens and legal residents register for the exercise.
It is no longer news, that the National Identity Management Commission has mandated all Nigerians to enrol for their National Identity Number.Most Nigerians has gone to enrol for their National Identity Number, while some are still yet go go for their enrollment for one reason or the other.
The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) has introduced an improved version of the National Identification Number (NIN) slip.The good thing about the new NIN slip is that you don’t need to stress yourself by going to the offices of the NIMC to get the new slip.
Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Isa Pantami gives new update concerning NIN registration exercise.The ongoing National Identification Number and Subscriber Identity Module integration exercise has been extended till June 30, 2021, Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Isa Pantami, has said.This was contained in a statement jointly signed by the Director, Public Affairs, Nigerian Communications Commission, Ikechukwu Adinde; and the Head, Corporate Communications, National Identity Management Commission, Kayode Adegoke.
Recall that the federal government of Nigeria earlier ordered telecommunication networks across the country to deactivate all Sim Cards that are not registered or linked with the National Identification Number (NIN).Due to this development many Nigerians who are yet to register for the NIN have been struggling to do so in order to protect their Sim from being blocked after the deadline date given by the federal government.
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56 Million Nigerians With Registered NIN –NIMC Photo Credit: Punch The Director-General of the National Identity Management Commission, Prof Aziz Aliyu, has revealed that 56 million Nigerians have been registered into the NIMC database with their National Identity Number. He said this on Monday at the virtual launch of a new national policy and four digital projects.Photo Credit: Google
Muhammadu Buhari Reveals The Total Number Of Nigerians Who Have Completed Their NIN-SIM Registration
The National Identity Management Commission, NIMC has so far recorded a huge success in managing Nigeria's national identity card database.Starting from the time the organization was established in 2007, by the NIMC Act No.23 of 2007, to create, operate and manage the country's national identity card database, integrate existing identity database in government institutions, to register individuals and legal residents and to assign a unique national identity number called the 'NIN' with eleven digits, which will introduce a general multi-purpose cards.
Following the current state of our country.Education is the key to bringing up a successful leader and in order to do so, good teachers needs to be employed. The Federal Government has restarted it's commitment to flush out unqualified teachers from teaching in all the government and private schools across the country.
The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) whose mandate is to establish, own, operate,maintain and manage the national identity database in Nigeria has posted on their social media (twitter) platform regarding to some criminal activity going on during this NIN registration process.The board (NIMC) explains that, some people are pretending to be NIMC staff or officials, contacting unsuspecting individuals whereby asking for their bank details and BVN in linking of NIN to their SIM's.
The Senate has ordered the Ministry of education, Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, National Identity Management Commission to review the implementation of National Identity Number policy. According to Senate, this is with view to either extending the registration or suspending the requirements untill a proper method of registration is established.
New sim cards will be available from April 19, 2021.The sale of new sim cards has been halted since the beginning of the registration for the mandatory National Identification Number (NIN).In a press statement issued by Dr. Femi Adeluyi, the technical assistant to the minister of communications and digital economy, the new sim registration must have a national identification number attached to it.
Last month, Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) made it known that, 2021 University Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME) and Direct Entry (DE) registration will commence on the 8th of April (this month) and will run till the 15th of May (next month). Today, it not longer a saying, it is
A new model of the National Identity Number card has been developed and made official by the NIMC few days after it extended the NIN-SIM verification date.The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) made this latest development know via its official Twitter handle, introducing the upgraded NIN slip to Nigerians.