JAMB partners NIMC to harmonise data, check underage registration for UTME
The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) and National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) are to harmonise data of candidates for the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination to reduce the cost of registration and check underage registration.
NIMC begins NIN enrolment in Austria, Germany
The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) has concluded plans to extend National Identification Number (NIN) enrollment to Nigerians resident in Austria and Germany.
Nigerian seeking Ghanaian passport arrested
The Ghanaian National Security operatives have arrested Don Ofori Donny, a Nigerian, who was attempting to fraudulently acquire a Ghanaian passport. Myjoyonline reports that Donny would have obtained the Ghanaian passport but for the timely arrival of the operatives.
‘Nigeria’s pension penetration below 6%’
With Nigeria’s average pension penetration between 2011 and 2018, standing at less than six per cent, falling behind its global peers, the country must ensure effective implementation of the new Micro-Pension Scheme.
Angst as subscribers undergo fresh SIM registration process
This period appears not to be the best time for some MTN subscribers in the country, as they have to go through a fresh registration of their Subscribers Identification Module (SIM) cards.
Rescuing data challenge at PenCom with technology
The current registration system at the National Pension Commission (PenCom) is limiting its potential. Of course, with the new initiatives aimed at enhancing the contributory scheme..
NPF partners Ace of Spade to digitalise criminal records
In an effort to improve services as well as strengthen its collaboration with the general public towards crime reduction...
FG to provide identification for all Nigerians in five years
Barring any unforeseen circumstances, the Federal Government plans to provide a lifelong unique identification for every individual physically...
U.S.-based Nigerians to pay N15,000 each for NIN
Nigerians based in the United States are to pay between 40 and 50 dollars each to be enrolled for the National Identity Number (NIN), according to an official.
FG commits to affordable digital financial services
The Senior Special Adviser to the President on Information, Communication and Technology (ICT), Lanre Osibona, has reiterated government’s commitment to bringing affordable digital financial services closer to Nigerians, especially the unbanked and under-banked. Osibona, while delivering a keynote address at the Lagos Fintech Week, said that digital financial services are critical to building a robust digital…