NIN registration: NIMC gives update on registering with BVN

The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) has said Nigerians must complete their National Identity Number (NIN) registration, even if their Bank Verification Number (BVN) generates NIN. NIMC offered this clarification via its Twitter feed on Tuesday. “If your NIN was generated due to the BVN record harmonization with the National Identity Database, you will not... Continue Reading →

NIN registration may be suspended across Nigeria – Minister

The ongoing National Identification Number (NIN) enrollment may be suspended considering the large crowds seeking registration in centres across Nigeria and the risk of COVID-19, the Minister of State for Health, Olorunnimbe Mamora, has said. He made this remark on Channels TV Sunrise Daily show where he appeared as a guest on Monday. Mr Mamora,... Continue Reading →

NIMC Seeks N150bn To Give Nigerians ID Cards

The Kano State Coordinator, National Identity Management Commission, Muhammad Auwalu, on Sunday said the NIMC  required  N150bn to capture all Nigerians in its database. According to him, the government only budgeted  N7bn for the commission for the assignment. Auwalu, who spoke to reporters at the Sa’adatu Rimi College of Education in Kano,  lamented that only... Continue Reading →

NIMC Workers Threaten Shutdown Dec 31 Over Unpaid Arrears, Poor Salary

Workers of the National Identity Management Commission have threatened to shut down the outfit if the management failed to address poor working conditions they were contending with. The workers are also asking for the payment of outstanding arrears and implementation of the Para-military Salary structure after the National Salaries and Wages Commission classified NIMC under... Continue Reading →

National ID Card Renewal To Cost N3,000 & Replacement to costs N5,000 – NIMC Discloses

The National Identity Management Commission has announced that the renewal of the National Identity Card will cost three thousand Naira (N3,000) payable through remita. And replacement, if lost or damaged will costs five thousand Naira (N5,000). This was disclosed by its twitter handle (@nimc_ng) Pulse NG reports. The tweet also explained that the main focus of... Continue Reading →

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