Contact Details Of All NIMC Enrolment Centres In Nigeria (2023)

In this post, we have compiled a comprehensive list of all National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) addresses and enrolment centres in Nigeria today. This is so that people looking for where to register for their National Identity Number (NIN) can find the nearest office and enrol in order for them to get their national ID cards which is a very important document for all citizens in the country, and link their NIN to their phone numbers and other relevant documentation that this unique number may be required for.

Contact Details Of All NIMC Enrolment Centres In Nigeria


The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) was established by the NIMC Act No. 23 of 2007, the NIMC has the mandate to establish, own, operate, maintain and manage the National Identity Database in Nigeria, register persons covered by the Act, assign a Unique National Identification Number (NIN) and issue General Multi-Purpose Cards (GMPC) to those who are citizens of Nigeria as well as others legally residing within the country.

The NIMC Act 2007 provides for the establishment of the NIMC, its functions, powers, establishment of the National Identity Database, assignment and use of General Multi-purpose cards, and the National Identification Number (NIN).


Section (5) of the NIMC Act No. 23 of 2007 stipulates that the Commission shall:

  • Assign a unique National Identification Number to any person registered pursuant to paragraphs (b) and (c) of this section and the National Identification Number shall be incorporated into or made compatible with other existing identity related databases or registers in respect of which information or data relating to the registered person has been registered, documented or stored;
  • Create, manage, maintain and operate the National Identity Database, established under section 14 of this Act including the harmonization and integration of existing identification databases in government agencies and integration of existing identification databases in government agencies and integrating them into the National Identity Database;
  • Collaborate with relevant bodies and agencies in setting of standards and technical specifications for telecommunications links between organizations and for the devices utilized for such communications established or maintained pursuant to paragraphs (j) and (k) of this section;
  • Collaborate with relevant bodies and agencies in the setting of standards and technical specifications for ICT links between organizations and for the devices utilized for such communications established or maintained pursuant to paragraph (i) and (j) of this section;
  • Maintain secured communication links with end users in any public or private organization, agency or body including Card Acceptance Devices, Government Service Centres;
  • Perform such other duties which, in the opinion of the Commission, are necessary or expedient for the discharge of its functions under this Act;
  • Collate information obtained by the Commission in pursuance of its functions as stated under the Act and reproducing such information as may be required, from time to time;
  • Ensure the preservation, protection, sanctity and security (including cyber-security) of any information or data collected, obtained, maintained or stored in respect of the National Identity Database;
  • Enter into any form of agreement with any private or public sector based agency or organization for the development or establishment of the Identity Management Solution or for the realization of any of its functions;
  • Establish and maintain secured communication links with any existing relevant identity related database or agency;
  • Carry out the registration of citizens of Nigeria into the National Identity Database;
  • Carry out the registration of non-citizens of Nigeria who are lawfully resident in Nigeria;
  • Issue a General Multi-purpose Identity Card to any person registered pursuant to paragraphs (b) and (c) of this section;
  • Respond to verification enquires regarding the identification of individuals;
  • Research and monitor developments in the identity management sector;
  • Carry out the registration of births and deaths in Nigeria.


The National Identification Number (NIN) is a set of numbers assigned to an individual upon successful enrolment. Enrolment consists of the recording of an individual’s demographic data and capture of the ten (10) fingerprints, head-to-shoulder facial picture and digital signature, which are all used to cross check existing data in the National Identity Database to confirm that there is no previous entry of the same data.

Once this (de-duplication) process is completed, the data is then stored with a unique NIN that is assigned to it. The NIN once issued to a person cannot be used again, meaning that, it cannot be issued to another person even if the previous person is dead. It is the NIN that helps to tie all records about a person in the database and is used to check the identity verified.

The National Identification Number (NIN) consists of eleven (11) non- intelligible numbers randomly chosen and assigned to an individual at the completion of enrolment into the National Identity Database (NIDB).

Other relevant information you need to know about the NIN include the following:

  • Once a NIN is assigned to an individual, it can never be reassigned, given or used by another person – that makes it unique in nature.
  • In the case of the demise of an individual, his/her NIN is retired once a death certificate is presented to the Commission and the individual’s death is established.
  • The NIN is used to tie all records about an individual in the database and is also used to establish or verify his/her identity.
  • All citizens and legal residents in Nigeria, from age zero (birth) and above are eligible to enrol for their NINs.
  • The NIN should be closely guarded by individuals and not revealed to all and sundry except to relevant authorities when requested (for instance it shouldn’t be disclosed online over social media and should not be printed along with contact details on business cards or other office stationery).

It is mandatory for every citizen and legal resident to enrol for the National Identification Number (NIN). The process is the same whether you choose the self-service or you require an assisted service. Minors are not issued with the National Identity cards until they attain the age of 16.

At the completion of the enrolment process, applicant will be issued two (2) slips:

  • Transaction Slip
  • NIN Slip indicating completion of enrolment.

Applicants ideally collect their NINs at the enrolment centres where they enrolled, but in certain circumstances they can request the NINs be transferred to other centres of their choice. NIN can only be collected by an individual after biometric verification and not by proxy.

You have a phone number so people can contact you. Get your National Identification Number so people can Identify you. The National Identification Number (NIN) is the unique number which identifies you for life and is issued to you by NIMC after your enrolment. It is used to match you with your biometric data and other details in the National Identity Database during verification and authentication. The NIN is set to be used for all transactions in Nigeria requiring identity verification so you’ll be using your NIN for the following:

  • obtaining your National e-ID card
  • travel (international passport application & acquisition)
  • opening personal bank accounts
  • getting your driver’s license
  • obtaining your Permanent Voters’ Card
  • participating in the National Health Insurance Scheme
  • payment of your taxes
  • transactions related to your contributory pension scheme
  • access to welfare and other relevant services from the Nigerian Government
  • transactions with social security implications
  • land transactions subject to the Land Use Act
  • any other transactions NIMC may so prescribe and list in the Federal Government Gazette

NIMC is engaged in harmonization and integration of data with various agencies across Nigeria who deal with the various services above to ensure smooth coordination of activities.


The following are all the addresses/contact details of the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) offices in Nigeria:


  • State Office, 2nd Floor, Block C, No. 3 Maputo Street, Zone 3
  • Abaji Local Government Secretariat (Council Chambers), Off Kogi-Agbaji Expressway, Abaji
  • Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC), Lugbe Federal Housing Authority (FHA)
  • AMAC Secretariat, Kabusa Junction, Apo Village
  • Bwari Area Council Secretariat, Bwari
  • Chief’s Palace, Dakwa
  • Dei-Dei International Building Materials Market
  • Chief Palace, Dutse Alhaji
  • Faith Academy School, Kubwa
  • FCT High Court, Maitama
  • FRSC FCT Command, Zone 7, Wuse
  • Federal Secretariat Phase I, Ground Floor, SGF Hall, Ahmadu Bello Way
  • Old Federal Secretariat, After Atlas Hotel, Gwagwalada Abuja
  • Third Avenue By Police Station, Gwarinpa
  • High Court, By Police Signboard, Close to Lugbe Market, Airport Road
  • INEC Headquarters, Maitama
  • Chief’s Palace, Jiwa
  • Women Development Centre Opposite Secretariat, Karshi
  • Kenuj Angels School, Jikwoyi Phase 1 Extension
  • Kuje LGA, Opposite Forest Pasali, along Kuje/Gwagwalada Road
  • Chief’s Palace, Kurudu
  • Kwali Area Council Secretariat, Abuja/Lokoja Expressway, Kwali
  • Mambilla Barracks, Asokoro
  • Ministry Of Foreign Affairs, Ahmadu Bello Way
  • Federal Ministry Of Agriculture, Area 11, Garki
  • Mogadishu Barracks, after A.Y.A, along Nyanya-Mararba Road
  • Opposite Zenith Bank, National Assembly
  • Nigeria Immigration Service Head Quarters ERC, Sauka, Airport Road Abuja
  • Customs Workshop, beside Custom Clinic, Karu Site
  • NIMC Headquarters, 11 Sokode Crescent, Off Dalaba Street, Zone 5, Wuse, Abuja
  • NIMC Headquarters Annex, 11 Sokode Crescent, Off Dalaba Street, Zone 5, Wuse, Abuja
  • NIMC Headquarters VIP, 11 Sokode Crescent, Off Dalaba Street, Zone 5, Wuse, Abuja
  • NIPOST Kubwa, Opposite Kubwa General Hospital, Phase IV
  • National Orientation Agency, NOA, Old Federal Secretariat, Area 1, Garki
  • National Open University of Nigeria, Jabi, Off FMC Road
  • NYSC Camp, Kubwa
  • Public Service Institute Of Nigeria, Kubwa Road, Dutse
  • Office Of The Secretary To The Government Of The Federation (OSGF), Shehu Shagari Complex
  • State Security Service (SSS), Yellow House Headquarters SSS, Aso Villa


  • State Office, National Identity Management Commission, Port Harcourt Road, New Owerri, Imo State
  • Aboh Mbaise Local Government Secretariat
  • Ahaizu Mbaise LGA, Afor Oru Local Government Secretariat
  • Admin. Block, Alvan Ikoku College Of Education, Orlu Road, Owerri
  • Ehime Mbano Local Government Secretariat
  • Ezinihitte Local Government Secretariat, Itu
  • School Of Science Building, Federal University Of Technology, Owerri
  • Ideato North Local Government Secretariat
  • Ideato South LGA, Dikenafia Local Government Secretariat
  • Mbaitoli Local Government Secretariat
  • Ngor Okpala Local Government Secretariat
  • Njaba Local Government Secretariat
  • Obowo Local Government Secretariat
  • Oguta Local Government Secretariat
  • Okigwe Local Government Headquarters, Uturu Road, close To Abia State Universtity
  • Orlu Local Government Secretariat
  • Orsu Local Government Secretariat
  • Oru East LGA, Omuma Local Government Secretariat
  • Oru West LGA, Mgidi Local Government Secretariat
  • Owerri Municipal Headquarters, Douglas Road, Opposite Post Office, Ama JK
  • Owerri North Local Government Secretariat
  • Owerri West Local Government Secretariat


  • State Office, Plot 1b, Obafemi Awolowo Way, Alausa Ikeja
  • Amuwo Odofin Local Govt Secretariat, 41 Road, Festac Town
  • LCDA Secretariat, Ayobo Road, Ipaja
  • Badagry LGA, Soglo Way, Town Hall, Badagry
  • Campos Mini Stadium, Lagos Island
  • Epe Local Government Area Office
  • Eti Osa LGA, Klm 15, Lekki-Epe Expressway, Igbo Efon
  • FIRS Building, 17b Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos
  • GT Bank Ajah, Ilaja Bus Stop by Oando Filing Station
  • GT Bank Alaba, Obosi Plaza, Obosi Bus Stop, Alaba International, Ojo LGA
  • GT Bank 21/22 Catholic Mission Street, Lagos Island
  • GT Bank Idimu Egbeda Road, Car Wash Bus Stop, Alimosho
  • GT Bank Iju Road, 90 Iju Road, Jungle Bus Stop, Agege
  • GT Bank, Ikorodu, Ayangburen Road, T.O.S. Benson Road along General Hospital, Lagos
  • GT Bank Ketu, 154 Ikorodu Road, Ketu Kosofe
  • GT Bank Oba Akran, 33 Oba Akran Avenue Opp. First Bank Close To Forte Oil, Ikeja
  • GT Bank Masha, 145 Ogunlana Drive, Masha Roundabout, Surulere
  • Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way, beside Sheraton Hotel, Ikeja
  • GT Bank ERC Ogba, Ikeja
  • Local Government Secretariat HQ, Ibeju- Lekki
  • Layeni Health Centre, Ojo Road by Suru-Alaba Bus Stop, Ifelodun LCDA
  • 2, Igando Ikotun LCDA, Idimu Road, Ikotun
  • 9/11 Bola Ahmed Tinubu Road, Ijaiye Ojokoro LCDA
  • 1, Obafemi Awolowo Way, Ikeja LGA, Ikeja
  • Ikorodu LGA Secretariat, Opp. Ikorodu General Hospital, Ebute Road, Ikorodu
  • 1-7, Muri Okunola Street, Victoria Island
  • MBA Block, MBA Board Room, LASU, Ojo
  • Lagos State Polytechnic (LASPOTECH), Engineering Lecture Theatre Hall, Ikorodu Campus, Ikorodu
  • Mushin LGA Secretariat Headquarter, 82/84 Palm Avenue, Mushin
  • Sam Ethan Air Force Base, Ikeja
  • Nigerian Armed Forces Resettlement Centre, Charity Bus Stop, Oshodi
  • NNS (Nigerian Navy) Base, Dockyard Road, Apapa
  • Local Government Secretariat Headquarters, Olojo Drive, Ojo
  • Powerline Road, Behind Health Centre, Orile, Agege
  • Oshodi/Isolo Local Government Secretariat 3, Oyetayo Street, Bolade, Oshodi
  • Shomolu Local Government Area Building, Durosimi Street, Shomolu
  • Sterling Bank 20 Marina, Lagos Island
  • Surulere LGA Secretariat, Masha Road, Onilegogoro Bustop, Surulere
  • Synagogue Church Of All Nations, 1, Segun Irefin, Egbe Road, Ikotun
  • UBA Headquarters, 57 Marina, Lagos Island
  • Property Management Building, Faculty Of Education, Opposite Education Hall, University of Lagos
  • Multipurpose Building, Yaba College Of Technology, Yaba


  • State Office, 232, Aba Road, Port-Harcourt, Rivers State
  • Abua-Odual LGA, Inside ICT Centre
  • Abuloma Town Hall, No. 7 Jetty Road
  • Ahoada East LG Secretariat
  • Akuku-Toru LG Secretariat
  • Elelenwo Centre, Elelenwo Community Hall
  • Eleme LGA, Eleme Civic Centre
  • Emohua LGA, Low Cost Housing Estate, Flat 6
  • Gokana LGA, Opposite Police Station, Kpor
  • Ikwerre LG Secretariat
  • Ken Saro Wiwa Polytechnic, Bori, Khana
  • Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Staff Quarters
  • Obio-Akpor LGA Secretariat
  • Okrik LGA Secretariat
  • Oyigbo Secretariat Complex, Okoloma, Afam, Oyigbo
  • Port Harcourt City Council Secretariat
  • Vice Chancellor Conference Hall, Rivers State University of Science and Technology (RSUST)
  • Rumueme Community Hall, Market Junction
  • Rumuodara Community Hall
  • Ebitimi Banigo Hall, beside the Senate Building, University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT)
  • Woji Town Hall, Woji.

Other NIMC enrolment centres in Nigeria can be found on the NIMC official website for more information. Do kindly click the link provided to check for the address of the National Identity Management Commission office in your State of origin or State of residence so as to be properly informed on where you can register for your National Identification Number (NIN) in the country today.

The Author

Maduawuchi Obialo

Maduawuchi Obialo is the founder of Nigerian Guide and the Editor-in-Chief at Nigerian Infopedia. He is a professional Web Content Developer and a Biochemist.

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