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Friday, December 31, 2021

Nigeria Govt Extends NIN-SIM Verification Deadline Till March 31, 2022

 NIN Enrolments exceed 71 Million as Federal Government Extends NIN-SIM Verification to 31st March 2022. The Honourable Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Prof. Isa Ali Ibrahim (Pantami) FBCS, FNCS, FIIM, wishes to convey the approval of the Federal Government to further extend the deadline for the National Identification Number (NIN)-Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) data verification to the 31st of March, 2022.

The stakeholders have applauded the Federal Government on the significant growth in the number of NIN enrolments and the increased drive to enlighten Nigerians and legal residents across the country. As of 30th December 2021, the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC)

has issued over seventy-one million (71m) NINs with over fourteen thousand (14,000) enrolment centres set up across the country.

Furthermore, the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) has also set up enrolment centres in over thirty-one (31) countries to cater for Nigerians in the Diaspora. The unprecedented growth in the National Identity Database to over 71 million unique NINs in such a short period, with about 3 to 4 SIMs linked to a NIN, reflects the concerted effort of the Federal Government, the Nigerian populace and legal residents and this is truly commendable.

Following the request by stakeholders, including citizens, legal residents and Nigerians in the diaspora, the Federal Government has extended the deadline of the exercise to the 31st of March, 2022. This extension would enable the Federal Government to consolidate the gains of the process and accelerate the enrolment of Nigerians in key areas like the remote areas, diaspora, schools, hospitals, worship centres, and the registration of legal residents.



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Aniedi Basil

Hahahaha, them dey serious before

Lawal Kolawole

yeye may them continue wait their time

Cache Diamond

They are still doing business with bandits

Obinna Christopher Nwabuikwu

Extension till 2023 to block sim no be their mate

Nnanna Idika Mba

Before nko?
Until we're convinced that Pantami is not a terrorist, we're not doing

Joseph T Albert

Dem go extend am till dem leave office

Joseph Ukuhwa

Them no day serious if bandits can't link their sim card to Nim, na me go link am?

Ayokunnu Ishola Ajibola

I pity buhari, they will cancel all his useless programs when he lives office. Don't think the people running Nigeria don't know what they are doing.

Godsgift Ochuko Godwin

I know it's going to extend every three months until 2025🤸🤸
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Progress Johnson

Wetin be this na
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