The National Identification Management Commission(NIMC) says it has secured enrolment centres for National Identification Number (NIN) for Nigerians living outside the country.
In a statement issued by the General Manager, Operations and Corporate Communications, Abdulhamid Umar, on Friday, NIMC stated that enrolment centres in Saudi Arabia, Ghana, Senegal, Togo, Ivory Coast, Gambia, Mali, Chad, Cameroon, Liberia and Benin Republic would commence operation on July 29.
According to the commission, the centres in the United Kingdom(UK), Germany, United States of America(USA) and Canada would be inaugurated on August 1, 4, 11 and 14 respectively.
The NIMC said it had selected major cities where the enrolment would take place in the respective countries.
In the Middle East, the commission said registration would be done in Saudi Arabia’s two major cities of Jeddah and Riyadh; in Ghana, the exercise would take place in Accra; Dakar in Senegal; and Cotonou and Port Novo in Benin Republic.
The commission also stated that there would be registration centres in Banjul, capital of Gambia; Bamako in Mali; Ndjamena in Chad; Monrovia in Liberia; Lome in Togo; Abidjan in Ivory Coast and Douala in Cameroon.
NIMC said NIN enrolment centres would be sighted in Berlin and Frankfurt for Germany; Vancouver in Canada; Leicester and London in the UK and Houston in the USA.