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NIN registration: NIMC lists enrollment centres in Lagos and Abuja


The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) has published a list of National Identity Number (NIN) enrollment centres.

NIMC posted the venues on its Twitter handle on Thursday.

The locations are in Lagos and Abuja, the nation’s capital.

The federal government had extended the deadline for NIN-SIM registration.

Subscribers with NIN were given the grace to connect it to their phone numbers by January 19, 2021.

Those without NIN were asked to register and update their records by February 9, 2021.

List of the centres:

List of Lagos West Enrolment Centers.@DrIsaPantami @aliyuaziz @FMoCDENigeria @NgComCommission @nimc_ng @UwaSuleiman @NITDANigeria @NIPOSTNG pic.twitter.com/pqZMuG6Jd9

— NIMC (@nimc_ng) January 14, 2021

List of Lagos East Enrolment Centers.
@DrIsaPantami @aliyuaziz @FMoCDENigeria @NgComCommission @Galaxybackbone @UwaSuleiman @nimc_ng @NIPOSTNG #digitalidentity #digitalnigeria pic.twitter.com/40DN5OteqL

— NIMC (@nimc_ng) January 14, 2021

LIST OF FCT NIN ENROLMENT CENTERS:
1. STATE OFFICE
2. ABAJI
3. AMAC
4. BWARI
5. GWAGWALADA
6. KWALI
7. KUJE
8. FEDERAL SECRETARIAT.
9. NIGERIAN IMMIGRATION SERVICE.
10.FRSC ZONE 7
11. MIN OF AGRIC
12. MOGADISHU CANTONEMENT.
13. NASS@DrIsaPantami @aliyuaziz #digitalidentity

— NIMC (@nimc_ng) January 14, 2021

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Nigeria’s capital, Abuja tops list of confirmed COVID-19 cases for third consecutive day

The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja has topped the list of states with new cases in Nigeria, for the third consecutive day.

On Saturday night, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) announced 386 new cases in 17 states and the FCT.

While 130 new infections were recorded in the FCT, Lagos was second with 65.

Total number of recoveries have now topped 20,000.

The number of discharged patients rose from 19,565 to 20,087, while the fatality figure has increased from 879 to 883.

Nigeria currently has 43,537 confirmed COVID-19 cases.