National Identification Card Ready | National ID Card Collection 2017
The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) on Monday, announced that it had registered 21,360,000 Nigerians, in the National Identity Database and issued them the National Identification Number (NIN).
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About National Identity Card Collection
“The commission has also set up more enrolment centres across the 36 states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory, bringing the number of enrolment centres to about 805.
It also read: “With the deployment of additional enrolment centres, the NIMC is currently active in 556 local government areas, and is working to activate dormant centres in the remaining 218 LGAs in order to expand enrolment coverage.
“This is in line with the Director-General/Chief Executive Officer of the commission, Aliyu Aziz’s goal to register 28 million Nigerians in the database by the end of December, 2017.”
According to Aziz, NIMC has continued to record exponential growth in the population of the database, despite the many challenges it is facing.
He added that the commission had just over seven million NINs in the database, when he took over in November 2015.
“Despite the challenges and constraints, the director-general who is undaunted, has continued to manage the scarce resources, to ensure that the database is populated before commencing enforcement of the mandatory use of the NIN for all identity-based transactions,” the statement added.
How to Check if Your National Identification Card is Ready
National Identification Management Commission (NIMC), has recently released the National ID Card of September 2011 – May 2017, you can check if your ID is ready online by following the simple steps below:
Follow the Link Above
Click the proceed button
Also as explained by the NIMC’s Director of Technical Services, the new e-ID card can also serve as a cash card. So the card holder can withdraw money in any place. Moreover, especially within the West African sub-region, it soon would become possible to travel with this card only, passport-free.
New: The e-Identification (eID) Card can also be used as an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) Card in any Automated Teller Machine (ATM) around the world.
Update your profile to qualify for the new e-ID Card Automatic Teller Machine Service.