The decision to extend the deadline was made following a request by stakeholders to accommodate registration in hard-to-reach remote areas
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There were reports that Pantami during the weekly presidential media briefing organised by the Presidential Communication Media Team in Abuja on Thursday disclosed that the Federal Government has declared that Nigerians without a NIN risk 14 years imprisonment.
This was one of the resolutions of a meeting of the Ministerial Task Force on NIN-SIM registration on February 26, 2021
Kayode Adegoke, Head, Corporate Communications of NIMC, Abuja, said this in a statement on Saturday
Their action was said to have earned the NIS a bad image.
Gbenga Ifayefunmi, Director, NIMC, Ekiti State, made the disclosure in Ado Ekiti on Tuesday while speaking at a public enlightenment programme on the ongoing nationwide registration exercise for the issuance of the National Identity Number.
The President of the Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria, NIMC branch, Lucky Michael, confirmed the development on Friday
The residents made the appeal in separate interviews with the News Agency of Nigeria, on Thursday, in Lagos.
The NIMC, through its verified twitter account: @nimc_ng, revealed this development on Monday.
Pantami said this in a statement signed by his spokesperson, Uwa Suleiman, on Friday in Abuja.
The National Identity Management Commission has ordered the immediate shut down of enrolment centres in Lagos, Katsina, Ekiti, Ogun and Anambra States as part of preventive measures against the spread of Coronavirus.
Meanwhile, various civil societies groups such as the International Federation of Female Lawyers, Child’s Protection Network, Virgin Heart Foundation, Human Rights Commission and Ministry of Gender and Vulnerable Groups have shown interest in ensuring justice for the girl.
The development was part of the outcome of the State Executive Council meeting held on Tuesday at the Government House, Abakaliki.
The National Identity Management Commission disclosed this via its Twitter handle on Wednesday
This was announced by the Registrar of JAMB, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, at a news briefing on Saturday in Abuja
The body revealed this on Friday in a tweet on its Twitter handle
The National Identity Management Commission says it is committed to creating, managing, operating and maintaining a secured National Identity database by issuing National Identification Number to all Nigerians and legal residents.
The National Identity Management Commission has said that over 300,000 national identity cards for those who enrolled in 2012 are ready for collection.
The National Identity Management Commission has urged government and non-governmental agencies to accept the National Identification Number slip as means of identification for Nigerians.
National Identity Management Commission has commenced nationwide data update and modification for all applicants, who wish to effect changes to the personal information supplied during enrolment for National Identification Number.