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FG Reveals How Many Sim Cards That Can Be Linked To One NIN Number

The federal government has revealed that Nigerians can link up to seven SIM cards to one National Identification Number on the National Identity Management Commission Mobile App. This was disclosed on Friday, January 8, by the minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr Isa Pantami, Punch reports. He said: "You will be able to link up to seven SIM numbers to only one. I have already downloaded the app, launched the app, and already linked some of my numbers immediately. This is part of digitalisation." Pantami said the ministry, NIMC and telecommunication operators would review the entire NIN linkage to SIM cards by network users if fresh lockdown is imposed in the country. Meanwhile, he said enrolment for the National Identification Number (NIN) should not consume the time of the applicants. The minister made this known on Friday, January 8, during a programme on Channels TV, adding that the enrolment should not take more than five minutes. Pantami further stated

IPOB Is Registered As A Company In U.S - Presidency



The presidency has said it has facts to show that proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) was registered in the State of California, United States of America (USA). Okoi Obono-Obla, the special assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on prosecution, made this known on Sunday, September 24. 

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According to New Telegraph, Obono-Obla said the registration of IPOB under Section 53 of the Companies and Allied Matters Act, was prohibited. 

He, however, called on the attorney general of the federation to initiate criminal prosecution under Section 54 of the Companies and Allied Matters Act against the promoters or members of the proscribed IPOB for illegally operating in Nigeria for the past two years. He said: ''Facts have emerged that the proscribed IPOB was registered in the State of California, United States of America. 

''It goes without saying that by virtue of Section 53 of the Companies and Allied Matters Act, the group is prohibited from doing business in Nigeria. ''I, therefore, urge the Honourable Attorney General of the Federation to initiate criminal prosecution under Section 54 of the Companies and Allied Matters Act against the promoters or members of the proscribed IPOB for illegally operating in Nigeria for the past two years''. 


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