Monday, 4th July 2022
<To guardian.ng
Search

Nigerians speak on the NIN registration challenges

By Guardian Exclusive
18 February 2021   |   12:35 pm
While threatening to block mobile lines of defaulters, the Nigerian government is seeking all avenues to ensure citizens register for their National Identity Numbers before the new deadline date. GuardianTV spoke with some subscribers and their experience regarding the exercise.⁣⁣

Related

30 Jun 2021
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has resumed the Continuous Voters Registration (CVR) exercise. The exercise, which was last conducted before the 2019 General Elections, was slated to resume in the first quarter of 2020 but was abruptly halted due to the outbreak of COVID-19. GuardianTV takes a look at the process and here are things to know.
4 Jul 2021
16 Jul 2021
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Friday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Friday.⁣ ⁣
26 Jul 2021
Food prices in Nigeria are rising at the fastest pace in 15 years as the COVID-19 pandemic wreaks havoc in Africa's biggest economy.
15 Aug 2021
China and India, among the world's worst offenders for emissions, have failed to submit updated target proposals to curb the release of carbon dioxide.
11 Aug 2021
People who fled their homes and farms due to an ongoing Islamist insurgency in northeast Nigeria are struggling to access food due to soaring inflation.
25 Aug 2021
Abubakar Adam has not seen seven of his 10 children in the two months since armed men snatched them from their boarding school in Nigeria's northern Niger state. He sold his car, a parcel of land, cleaned out his savings and along with other parents sought help from friends and relatives to raise 30 million naira ($72,993) to get their children back. But the bandits just took the money - and one of the men delivering it - leaving Adam with nothing. The rash of kidnappings across the largely poor northwest has left hundreds of parents facing the same desperate quandary: beg, borrow and sell assets, or risk never seeing their children again.
26 Aug 2021
US military forces facilitate the evacuation of thousands of people from Kabul airport, in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan.
29 Aug 2021
At an emergency G-7 summit, US allies pushed Washington to keep troops in Afghanistan beyond next Tuesday in order to facilitate evacuation flights. But President Biden is refusing to budge.
2 Aug 2021
While visiting a military base in north London, UK Prime minister Boris Johnson stresses that August 31 will not mark the end of the UK’s commitment to helping those who wish to flee Afghanistan.
2 Sep 2021
Hundreds of people still awaiting evacuation. And that is only inside the perimeter of Kabul Airport. On the day after twin attacks targeting the US-led evacuation operation, flights out resuming ahead of an August 31st deadline. The death toll from the blasts continues to rise. Thirteen military personnel killed, that is the United States' highest casualty toll since an attack in Mosul, Iraq in 2004.
23 Sep 2021
Recently, the Nigerian government through the Nigerian army hinted that it will grant amnesty and re-integrate repentant Boko Haram terrorists who have surrendered to the Nigerian army back into the society. GuardianTV speaks to Nigerians on the proposed pardon plan and how best it can be handled.