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NIN: Service provider told to lift ban on outgoing calls of unlinked SIMs

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NIN: Service provider told to lift ban on outgoing calls of unlinked SIMs

NIN: Service provider told to lift ban on outgoing calls of unlinked SIMs

The Coalition of Southern and Middle Belt Youth Leaders Assembly, COSMBYLA, has implored the Federal Government to immediately order the network providers to unbar Nigerians who are blocked for failing to link their lines with National Identification Number, NIN.

Recall that about 72 million Nigerians have been barred from making calls following a directive by the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy Dr. Isa Ali Pantami.

Reacting, COSMBYLA condemned the development, saying several Nigerians have been denied access to their businesses.

A statement by the President General of the coalition, Goodluck Ibem alleged that some officials of the National Identity Management Commission, NIMC responsible for generating NIN are extorting some network subscribers who want to reinstate their line

The groups also demanded the immediate resignation of the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Isa Pantami and the Chief Executive Officer of the National Identity Management Commission, NIMC, Aliyu Azeez Abubakar over the alleged plan to cut some Nigerians off from their various livelihood.

The statement reads in part, “Nigerians who depended on phone calls to feed their families can no longer do so because their lines have been barred from making outgoing calls.

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