Do you want to enrol for the National Identity Number (NIN) in Benue State? Below is the list of registration centres of the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) in local government areas of the food basket of the nation.
National Identity Card
The National Identity Number (NIN) is managed by the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC).
Here is the list of NIN enrolment centres in Bayelsa State for you to get a national ID card
Since the registration began a few years ago, some haven’t registered, unfortunately, you may be cut off from enjoying some services very soon, according to the Nigerian Communications Commission.
Nigeria’s government is saying you will not have access to some services if you failed to register for the National Identity Number (NIN) and link your 11-digit number to your phone line.
Close to a decade, Nigeria’s government launched a national database for its millions of citizens, it seems the government is showing a sign of seriousness this time for everyone to get a National Identity Number (NIN), a prelude to the National ID card.
Do you want to register for the ongoing National Identity Number (NIN)? To make the registration simple, the National Identity Management Commission, a body managing Nigerians’ data has brought the enrolment centre to your doorsteps.
The official website of the National Identity Management Commission crashed Wednesday, December 23, 2020, as millions of Nigerians attempted to access the portal.
It is now a policy of the National communication commission (NCC) that you must link your phone number to your National Identity Number (NIN).
In response to the new directive, all telecom operators in Nigeria released a guideline on how to prevent your line from getting blocked.
A few days ago, the Federal Government threatened that any phone number not linked with the National Identity Number (NIN) would be blocked.
So, it became imperative to get your NIN then link it to your phone number so as to avoid penalty.
Following the order of the Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC) that all phone numbers must be linked to a unique 11-digit of the National Identity Number (NIN), Airtel released a guide on how their customers can get it done without visiting any of their branch offices.
The integration of the National Identity Number with phone numbers (NIN-SIM) has been extended by the Federal Government.
The Federal Ministry of Communications and Digital Economy made the announcement on Monday, December 21, 2020
A few days ago, the Nigerian Communication Commission directed that telecom subscriber to link their National Identity Number to their phone number.
One of the telecom firms released an update on its social media channels on how to easily link NIN to your GLO line by sending a text message.
The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) is one of the revenue-generating agencies of Nigeria’s government.
In this post, we’ll reveal to you how the NIMC is lying about free National Identity Number registration. The registration isn’t free after all because you’d be forced to pay a certain amount at a point.
Nigerians don’t want to take chances as Nigeria’s government-directed those who are yet to get the National Identity Number (NIN) to do so for them to have access to some government privileges.
As pointed out in one of our articles, commercial banks in Nigeria are NIMC partners in the enrolment process for the National Identity Number (NIN).
The registration is being supervised by the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) to ensure that all Nigerians (home and abroad) are captured in the national database.
It is now mandatory for every Nigerian – home and abroad- to have a unique 11-digit identity number, according to the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC).
National Identity Number enrollment can now be done by residents of Anambra State at NIN registration centres in virtually all the local government secretariats in the state.
A few days ago, the Federal Government approved 203 National Identity Number agents in Nigeria to assist the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) enrol Nigerians for them to get their National ID card.
You can now check if your National ID Card is ready for collection right within the portal of the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC), a government agency saddled with the responsibility of maintaining Nigeria’s data on national identity systems.