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PHOTOS: Crowds at NIMC offices for NIN registration amid COVID-19 second wave

There are crowds at the offices of the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) across the states for national identification number (NIN) registration.

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) had directed telecommunications companies to block SIM cards not registered with the national identity number (NIN) giving a 14-day ultimatum.

When TheCable visited some centres across the states, it observed the presence of a large crowd and non-compliance with COVID-19 guidelines, especially social distancing.

Below are photos

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LAGOS

An angry resident says he has been at the centre since 5am, but yet to be attended to
NSCDC officials turning people back at the gate

ABUJA

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Large crowd at the NIMC office in Abuja

NIMC centre situated at the national assembly, Abuja

OGUN STATE

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Residents of Ijebu-Ode in Ogun state waiting to be captured at the NIMC centre

Residents queue up at Panseke NIMC centre, Abeokuta south LG

IBADAN

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Some residents of Ibadan queue up at NIMC centre located at the University College Hospital (UCH)

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NIMC centre at Ibadan north local government secretariat

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