All government services require a NIN, which is free. – NIMC

 According to the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC), enrollment, verification, and other identity systems are performing at their peak.

The National Identification Number (NIN), which is now required to access all government services, was also included in the report.

In keeping with the government's efforts to provide a trustworthy, long-lasting, and verifiable foundational identity system for all Nigerians and authorized residents, it further reassured Nigerians of the availability of top-notch identifying services.

All government services require a NIN, which is free. – NIMC

In the same spirit, NIMC said that NIN issuance and enrollment are both free. The commission issued a statement saying that it would not put up with any kind of extortion and urging the public to report any such incidents to the proper authorities.

According to NIMC, its website contains details on all permitted rates for additional services.

The commission claimed it knows the tricks of certain dishonest people who use its counterfeit paper to approach state and municipal governments for cooperation.

The purpose of their actions, according to NIMC, is to raise funds for the enrollment and issuance of NINs, particularly for kids in elementary and secondary institutions all around the nation.

The commission asserted that it had not dispatched "anyone nor any organization to do so," and urged the public to report any such people or groups who may be doing so.

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