Edo State NIMC Enrollment Centres. This post is primarily intended for residents of Edo State who are unsure how to find the NIMC enrolment centres in their state and have found their way to our website in search of answers. In this post, we will provide a list of all of the Edo State NIMC Enrollment Centers along with their addresses. This is similar to what we have done for the Kaduna State NIMC Enrollment Centers.
- University of Benin (UNIBEN)-UNIBEN Sports Complex, Ugbowo-Lagos Road, Ugbowo, Benin City
- Uhunmwonde LGA-Legislative Arm Blocks, Aso Rock, Benin-Auchi Road, Ehor
- Owan West LGA-Owan West LGA Secretariat, Sabongida/Uhonmora Road, Sabongida Ora
- Owan East LGA-Ministry Of Education, Afuze Express Road, Afuze
- Ovia South West LGA-Council Guest House, By Secretariat, Mission Road, Iguobazuwa Town
- Ovia North East LGA-Council Secretariat, Mission Road, Okada
- Orhionmwon LGA-Behind Orhionmwon LGA Secretariat, Benin-Asaba Express Way, Abudu
- Oredo LGA-Council Secretariat, Kings Square, Benin City
- Nigeria Immigration Services-Nigeria Immigration Building, Ramat Park, Ikpoba Hill, Benin City
- Nigerian Air Force (NAF)-Airforce Base Military Hospital, Airport Road, Benin City
- Ikpoba-Okha LGA-Ikpoba-Okha LGA Secretariat, Idogbo, Benin City
- Igueben LGA-Igueben Town
- GT Bank, GT Bank, Akpakpava, Benin City
- Etsako West LGA-Council Secretariat Jattu Road, Auchi Town
- Etsako East LGA-Auchi-Bode Road, opposite Water Board, Agenbode
- Etsako Central LGA-Former Women’s Development Centre, Fugar
- Esan West LGA-Council Secretariat, Benin-Auchi Road, Ekpoma Town
- Esan South-East LGA-G.R.A by Chairman Quarters, Ubiaja
- Esan North-East LGA-Agba Road, By Police Station, Uromi Town
- Esan Central LGA-25, Eson Street, Bank Road, Irrua
- The Egor-Egor LG Secretariat is located behind Edaeken Market in Uselu, Benin City.
- Akoko Edo-Marriage Hall, Okpe Road, Igarra Town
- Ambrose Alli University (AAU) Ekpoma-AAU Main Campus, Ekpoma
- State Office-1, National ID Card Road, Off Isekhure/PZ Road, Sapele Road, Evbuoriaria, Benin City.
The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC), which was established by the NIMC Act No. 23 of 2007, is charged with the responsibility of establishing, owning, operating, maintaining, and managing the National Identity Database in Nigeria, registering persons who are subject to the Act, assigning a Unique National Identification Number (NIN), and issuing General Multi-Purpose Cards (GMPC) to individuals who are citizens of Nigeria as well as others who are legally residing within the country. These responsibilities were given by the
The NIMC Act of 2007 mandates the formation of the NIMC, as well as its tasks and powers, the creation of the National Identity Database, the allotment of National Identification Numbers (NINs), and the issuing of token General Multi-purpose Cards. In addition, the Act gives the Commission the authority to enact rules that are relevant to the responsibilities it performs. The NIMC Act of 2007 lets the assets and debts of the old Department of National Civic Registration (DNCR) be transferred to the new NIMC. It also lets the law that created the DNCR be thrown out.
- for the purpose of managing and operating the National Identity Management System (NIMS).
- Enroll all citizens and anyone who is legally allowed to live in the country, and give each person a National Identification Number that is completely unique (NIN).
- Each person will be given a National e-ID Card, also called a Smart General Multi-Purpose Card (GMPC), after they sign up.
- Take control of the national database on identities (NIDB).
- Make all of the databases in the country consistent and integrate them into a single, unified identity (The NIMC database).
- The platform that will be supplied by NIMC will allow for the verification and validation of the identities of citizens.
The National Identification Number-NIN (pronounced as “Neen”) is a unique number issued to a successful enrolled individual. This number is randomly generated and it is issued for life.
Every citizen and legal resident is entitled to apply for a National Identity Number (NIN).
The NIN is used to tie all records about an individual into the National Identity Database and is also used as a valid means of establishing or verifying an individual’s identity.
Upon successful enrolment, a Transaction Slip is issued. The applicant is told when to get his or her NIN. When the applicant returns to receive his or her National Identification Number (NIN), a second slip titled the National Identification Number (NIN) Slip is provided. The 11-Digit Number is located in the upper left corner of the second row of the NIN Slip. This is the slip with the NIN, valid for all legal transactions in Nigeria.
It usually takes between 1–5 working days for your NIN to be ready after registration.
No. The NIN is a unique identifier that must be guarded similarly to your ATM/debit/credit card number or PIN. It is neither a certificate nor a receipt number.