The police charged Azeez with unlawful possession of human part.
An official of the commission, who spoke on condition of anonymity with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja said continued reports of extortions by some individuals did not represent the commission’s mandate.
The telecom giant in a statement explained that the adverts would provide information on how subscribers can link their National Identity Number (NIN) to their Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) on the Glo network.
The police charged Oladotun Sotunde, 56; Elesho Tajudeen; 32, Rhoda Olanipekun; 45, and Ajigboye Hammed, 41 with two counts of conspiracy and attempt to pervert justice.
Sanni, who resides in Bariga area of Lagos, is facing three counts of conspiracy, obtaining by false pretences and stealing.
Kareem, who resides in Ifako area of Agege in Lagos, is facing two counts of obtaining by false pretence and stealing.
The resident of Apapa area of Lagos is facing a three count charge of conspiracy, obtaining by false pretences and stealing.
Obaseki said this when he received the template for the pilot phase of the scheme from Joshua Ugonna, of Technology Transformation Lead Greenfield Constituency and Allied Service Ltd. in Benin City Monday.
The latest move by the public watchdog body in a statement signed Sunday by its Deputy Director, Kolawole Oluwadare.
The 9mobile NIN Web Linking service grants a reprieve to customers affected by the recent directive from the Federal Government to Telcos to bar calls from phone numbers yet to be linked to their National Identity Numbers (NIN).
Managing Director of the Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC), Fidet Okhiria, stated in Abuja on Thursday that the NIN would be needed to enhance profiling of passengers.
The partnership is also to ensure adequate use of other major services offered by the postal agency.
Dr Ikechukwu Adinde, Director and Mr Kayode Adegoke, Head, Corporate Communications, National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) disclosed this in a joint statement Monday in Abuja.
Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Isa Pantami, announced this in a statement on Monday, saying that the move was part of the implementation of the NIN-SIM linkage Policy of the government.
The two are being tried for forging the school’s letterhead and the registrar’s signature.
The decision came barely 24 hours after the board confirmed that it would not reschedule its registration process following the suspension of the verification portal of the National Identity Number due to hitches.
This is contained in a statement issued by the Director-General of NIMC, Aliyu Aziz, and released on Tuesday in Abuja.
The board stated this on Monday in its weekly bulletin released by the Office of the Registrar in Abuja.
It is the first time in more than one decade that Nigeria has recorded such performance.
The Head of Public Affairs of the JAMB, Dr. Fabian Benjamin, disclosed this in a statement he issued on Monday.