The National Identity Management Commission, has announced the distribution of more computer systems to boost enrollment of National Identification Number.
Kayode Adegoke, Head of Corporate Communications, NIMC, in a statement on Wednesday, said the NIMC DG/CEO Engr. Abisoye Odusote-Coker approved the distribution of additional enrolment systems to all the states.
Accordingly, the nationwide distribution of computer systems is part of the steps to ease NIN enrollment challenges and increase operational capacity.
Odusote-Coker emphasized that her administration will not condone extortion of applicants and has since directed that any staff found wanting will be dealt with in line with the provisions of the constitution and extant Public Service Rules.
“The provision of additional enrolment devices underscores the commitment of the DG/CEO to streamline operations and enhance overall effectiveness.
“The systems have since been installed and in use across all the states and have not only resulted in reduced time spent by applicants but have also increased the number of applicants attended to daily.
“Engr Abisoye Coker-Odusote has also sent out monitoring and evaluation teams across various centres nationwide to ensure the smooth running of enrollment and modification exercises.
“The team will also strictly comply with her zero-tolerance stance against extortion and unethical practices”, the statement reads.