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Friday, January 08, 2021

EFCC Will Prosecute Nigerians Buying Or Selling National Identity Numbers.......

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has cautioned Nigerians against buying and selling their National Identity Numbers, NIN.
It warned that those caught engaging in such acts would be arrested and prosecuted for fraud.





A statement by the EFCC spokesman, Wilson Uwajaren also called on Nigerians to report anyone seeking to buy NIN to the anti-graft agency or security operatives.


 National Identity Management Commission, NIMC, had cautioned those extorting NIN applicants and warned that those culpable risks a seven-year jail term.

15 comments:

  1. ORO ODE. Stella, people pay as much as N5K,3K,2.5K,1.5K depending on location to register for this NIN nonsense. Prosecute ko, culpable. God will have mercy on Nigeria.

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  2. This one loud oo... I follow ur dog Stellz... Lol

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  3. I don't really blame those who buy these i.d card,conside considering the stress involve in acquiring a i.d in Nigeria. Everything related to i.d is just so stressful

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  4. Sell how, is it possible to sell to another person while it bears another name. Are these people normal?

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    1. It's very possible..

      There is no means to actually verify that you are a Nigerian when you are registering..

      Your name,LGA,place of Birth and other things to fill;and all those details can be gotten online..

      Now with #5000 or less you can bribe the NIMC staff doing the registration;so they fill those details,capture your image and take your fingerprint..

      That's all;your NIN is ready and you just go home..

      @MARTINS

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  5. Kai low grade minds!! Minister of Communication and Digital Economy and you are thinking in an analogue manner...Instead of making life easy by creating an app or make people register at the comfort of your homes! Something wey dey don dey collect money since!! The whole exercise has been defeated because some people already have the fake NIN no be Nigeria! Everything is a racket!!

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    1. Chai Phoenix o.. @analogue manner made me lol based on a supposed digital something

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  6. How is selling NIN possible when there's a name to it?

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  7. How is that possible. please can someone explain?

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    1. I am wondering the same thing. Meanwhile, Why are Nigerians not asking government critical questions. How is the authority assessing who is a Nigerian? In a country that insurgency and terrorism is rife and the government admitted that foreign elements are in the country, is not possible that this exercise to capture these rogue elements as citizens?

      I watched a programme in Channels TV where a guest was saying that all Fulani's in Africa are Nigerians and they have started a project to give them identity in Nigeria. I am sure someone watched the programme. I am very concern about the procedure of rolling an identification card in a short term manner without adequate mechanism put in place to assess who really is Nigerian.

      This process should have been long term in a way that the system gradually build a database that integrates someone's personal I.D number to his/her national passport, bank, school, etc. I do not understand the type of people who manage these institutions and their level of competencies. I weep for Nigeria because the country don't even understand the mess terrorism has on its image. Apologies for any error! I was typing out of frustration.

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  8. But why are people selling their NIN? Where can one sell, and how much is the highest someone can be paid to sell theirs🤑🤑🤑🤑

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  9. Who and when will EFCC be prosecuted? What is good for the goose is good for the gander, mbok.

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