NIMC Registers 107m NINs, Targets 200m

The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) has confirmed the enrollment of 107,388,44 National Identity Numbers (NIN).

This was disclosed by Odusote Coker, the director general of the commission, at a press briefing in Abuja, where she also announced her achievements in her past year of office.

She mentioned that the figure saw an increase of 3.2 million between December 2023 and today. Odusote also highlighted that the commission, under her supervision, had not only attained a milestone in the enrollment process but also in easing the process, cleaning up the system, upgrading their equipment with the latest technology, improving the capacity of staff, and deterring fraud.

She also shared her target of enrolling 200 million Nigerians upon the completion of system upgrades and equipment at all NIMC centers.

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Furthermore, she mentioned at the briefing that Nigerians are required to pay to acquire the new general multipurpose national identity card. She emphasized that the NIN itself is free, but the card isn’t.

“Just like you pay to process your ATM cards in banks, Nigerians will pay through the banks to access their cards within 24 hours after payment to get the digital multipurpose card.”

Techrectory with Agency Report.

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