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NIN to become Mandatory for vehicle registration soon

The Federal Road Safety Commission FRSC has said, beginning from the second quarter of 2021, the National Identity Number NIN will become mandatory for anyone registering his or her vehicle.

According to the report signed by Bisi Kazeem, the Corps Public Education Officer, FRSC , all applicants of vehicle registration will be expected to present their NIN as a must for the registration of their vehicles, adding that there would be no waiver for anyone irrespective of their status in the society.

Explaining the importance of this to the national security architecture, the FRSC spokesperson further said that the task has become very obligatory seeing the important role a harmonized database on citizens’ information will have on national development in terms of resolving the challenges of identifying individuals to assist security agencies in data collation and speedy retrievals to address critical national insecurity.

Bisi summoned members of the public who have not enrolled in the ongoing NIN registration at the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) to take actions on time as the Corps will not register any vehicle whose owner is not captured in the NIMC database.

 

“Beginning from the second quarter of this year (2021), If you want to register your vehicle, it is going to be compulsory for you to provide your NIN. This is part of the security checks. So once you provide your NIN, it makes the matter easier and helps the government in national planning, critical decision making and also enhance adequate Intelligence gathering for security of lives and properties” he said

 

You would recall that FRSC had started compliance on this instruction since 21 December 2020, when the Corps Marshal made it compulsory that all applicants for the National Driver’s License in Nigeria must present the National Identification Number (NIN) from the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) before they can be captured for any class of the licenses given by the FRSC.

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