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FG To Use NIN To Monitor Internet Users In Nigeria – Pantami

FG To Use NIN To Monitor Internet Users In Nigeria – Pantami

The Federal Government of Nigeria has revealed that it plans to use the National Identification Number (NIN) to identify and monitor Internet users in the country. Information Guide Nigeria

NAIRAMAETRICS reports that this announcement was made by the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Isa Pantami, at the Nigeria International Partnership Forum which was held in Paris, France.

According to NAIRAMETRICS, the minister said, “NIN will be the foundation of the economy and the security of the country.

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“Some of these initiatives that happen to be the foundation of even our economy is the introduction of the national identification number.

“As in our 1999 Constitution as amended section 14(2)(b), that the primary responsibility of government is security and safety of its citizens, it is because of this that President Muhammadu Buhari is very passionate about that and he has been pushing that we establish the foundation of our economy and the foundation of our security on the national identification number so that identity of our citizens and legal residents will be known.

“As it is today, the enrollment has been over 67 million and most importantly we are able to capture the most important category of people that come out to do businesses,” he stated further. Jamb Result

“So it becomes a prerequisite to enjoying government services and I believe this will bring more peace of mind to potential investors to know that the government has been doing something significant in that regard.

“Recently the country has also launched and commissioned a national centre for artificial intelligence and robotics that focuses more on research and coming up with innovative solutions in the area of security and now the centre in collaboration with security institutions is in the process of developing robots and many more that are going to be deployed to make our country safe and sound.“

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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