The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr Isa Pantami, through the Director-General/Chief Executive Officer National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) Engr. Aliyu A. Aziz has launched the Mobile Web Service (MSW) Application also known as the NIMC APP and the improved National Identification Number (NIN) Slip for Public use.
The NIMC App offers a secure channel for Nigerians and Legal residents to verify and authenticate their identities using their smartphones on-the-go.
A statement signed by the Head, Corporate Communications of NIMC, Kayode Adegoke, said that “as an integral part of Nigeria’s digitiaation process spearheaded by the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, the App offers a built-in harmonisation process that allows for its use across other government services including FIRS, FRSC, NHIS, NPF, and NCC to mention a few.
“On the other hand, the new improved NIN slip is pocket friendly and easy to verify and can be accessed via a self-service Portal, where persons who already have been issued the NIN, can log in, pay a small token fee, download a PDF of the document in colour (if preferred) print and laminate as desired. The current NIN Slip will remain valid and gradually phased out.
“The NIMC App is available on the App Store for IOS users and Google Play store for Android users. The improved NIN Slip can also be downloaded here the statement noted.
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