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NIMC Says It Has Licensed Telecommunication Companies To Provide NIN by letitrainnow(m): 9:42pm On Jan 28, 2021
The NIMC has said the agency has licensed telecommunications companies to register applicants who do not have NIN.

The Nigerian Identity Management Commission (NIMC) has said the agency has licensed telecommunications companies to register applicants who do not have National Identity Numbers (NIN).

This measure is to help reduce the large crowd that besieges NIMC offices across the country for registration with the risk of contracting the Covid-19 disease.

According to a report from Punch, this disclosure was made by the Director-General, NIMC, Aliyu Aziz, while responding to an inquiry with respect to measures taken by NIMC to address the complaints made by citizens and the crowds at the commission’s offices.

Aziz pointed out that mobile network operators had been empowered to also give identity numbers. This is in addition to the licensing of the private and public organization by the commission to provide NIN.

The NIMC boss said, “We have licensed private and public sector organisations including telcos (telecommunications companies) so as to create more centres.’’

What you should know

It can be recalled that the Federal Government had directed that telecommunication companies should block from their network, any SIM that is not registered with valid NINs with effect from

However, following public outcry, the government gave 6 weeks extension to subscribers without NIN from December 30, 2020, to February 9, 2021, and 3 weeks extension for subscribers with NIN from December 30, 2020, to January 19, 2020.

However, many Nigerians and organisations had called for a further deadline extension or outright suspension of the NIN registration process due to the large crowds who had yet to have their NINs.

Re: NIMC Says It Has Licensed Telecommunication Companies To Provide NIN by Raydos(m): 9:49pm On Jan 28, 2021
Just when the citizens are worn out and are relaxing from all the stress in the country, the Government creates another problem for them to worry about, 'BVN' Registration hasn't change anything, the then 'TSA' was a total rubbish too


at the end, a lot of people's time will be wasted without this NIN Changing anything - anything a black man handles is bound to fail, that explains why africa is still suffering
Re: NIMC Says It Has Licensed Telecommunication Companies To Provide NIN by Akanimoh113(m): 9:50pm On Jan 28, 2021
letitrainnow:
The NIMC has said the agency has licensed telecommunications companies to register applicants who do not have NIN.

The Nigerian Identity Management Commission (NIMC) has said the agency has licensed telecommunications companies to register applicants who do not have National Identity Numbers (NIN).

This measure is to help reduce the large crowd that besieges NIMC offices across the country for registration with the risk of contracting the Covid-19 disease.

According to a report from Punch, this disclosure was made by the Director-General, NIMC, Aliyu Aziz, while responding to an inquiry with respect to measures taken by NIMC to address the complaints made by citizens and the crowds at the commission’s offices.

Aziz pointed out that mobile network operators had been empowered to also give identity numbers. This is in addition to the licensing of the private and public organization by the commission to provide NIN.

The NIMC boss said, “We have licensed private and public sector organisations including telcos (telecommunications companies) so as to create more centres.’’

What you should know

It can be recalled that the Federal Government had directed that telecommunication companies should block from their network, any SIM that is not registered with valid NINs with effect from

However, following public outcry, the government gave 6 weeks extension to subscribers without NIN from December 30, 2020, to February 9, 2021, and 3 weeks extension for subscribers with NIN from December 30, 2020, to January 19, 2020.

However, many Nigerians and organisations had called for a further deadline extension or outright suspension of the NIN registration process due to the large crowds who had yet to have their NINs.


Please Could You Mention Any Public And Private Sectors Who have License to Give NIN...
Re: NIMC Says It Has Licensed Telecommunication Companies To Provide NIN by EzegeNdiigbo: 9:59pm On Jan 28, 2021
tongue

WAHALA
Re: NIMC Says It Has Licensed Telecommunication Companies To Provide NIN by gasparpisciotta: 10:41pm On Jan 28, 2021
They have finally decided to make use of their medulla oblangata
Re: NIMC Says It Has Licensed Telecommunication Companies To Provide NIN by Landjury: 12:53am On Jan 29, 2021
Akanimoh113:


Please Could You Mention Any Public And Private Sectors Who have License to Give NIN...

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*NIMC ENROLLMENT FORM*

Click on the link above to link your BVN with NIN for enrollment.

Click on submit and you will receive notification for Biometric capturing and card issuance.
Re: NIMC Says It Has Licensed Telecommunication Companies To Provide NIN by LordviccoDaGuru(m): 1:18am On Jan 29, 2021
Gbam

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