How To Print The New Improved NIN Slip (INS)

The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) has announced the procedures to download and print the improved National Identification Number (NIN) slip for public use. We’ll break down the process involved below.

This is coming after the unveiling of the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) new Mobile Web Service (MWS) app. Nigerians looking to get this NIN slip as soon as possible can follow the breakdown in this tutorial to make it happen. First, see How To Print The New Improved NIN Slip (INS):

Print Improved NIN Slip (INS)
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How Can I Print The New Improved NIN Slip (INS)?

Print Improved NIN Slip (INS)
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Recall that on April 1, the Federal Government, via the minister of communications and the digital economy, Ali Isa Pantami, disclosed that the number of Nigerians who have registered for the NIN exercise was 51 million citizens at the time, proving that Nigerians have been turning up.

Pantami made this revelation during a State House press briefing in Abuja. The law compels all Nigerians to partake in the enrollment exercise to obey the laws of the land and safeguard their mobile lines for as long as possible.

In fact, FG has also hailed network subscribers who have successfully linked their Subscribers Identification Module (SIM) with NIN for their obedience and commitment to wrapping up with the stressful process.

NIMC keeps prompting the subscribers who have linked their SIM to dial *346# to retrieve their NIN from the mobile numbers they registered with. Sharing via its Twitter handle nimc_ng, the commission wrote that the SIM could be connected to various telecommunication operators using these codes- MTN- *785#; Airtel- *121*1#; Glo- *109*NIN#; 9Moble- *200*8#.

That is that.

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