Edo Cultural Association registers 140 Nigerians for NIN in Massachusett

Edo Cultural Association in Massachusett, United States, has successfully registered 140 Nigerians for the National Identity Number (NIN).
An online newspaper, saharareporters in its report alleged that the organiser, had turned the exercise which ought to be free to a merchandise, charging the sum $70 for the registration.
Speaking on the exercise which ended on Sunday 18th September 2022, the contacted person for the Association said they were able to register 102 persons online and about 38 others did work in and all were successfully attended to, fingerprinted and captured their photos.
He added that about eight of registrants came from three neighbouring states of New York, Connecticut, and Rhonda Island.
“They were indeed very appreciative and thanked us for the great job and gestures shown them. Many aged men and women that came Poured out their hearts of thanksgiving and prayers for the coordinator in particular.
“The vendor ‘Knowledge Square LLC” did excellently well as their professionalism was seen and commended by registrants.
“Indeed, the exercise was a huge success and the registrants were very happy not just because of prestigious hotel where the registration was done, but for the fact that they were attended to at their scheduled time and the orderliness with which the coordinator/the contact person handled everything,” he said.
The contact person also added that the government approved agency that handled the registration in Boston said they were amazed to see such effective and capable Cultural Association like the Edo Cultural Association and praised her for good job of elevating the Nigerians in Massachusetts from the pains, stress, time and money by having it done so easily and cheaply.”

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Blank NEWS Online founding Editor-in-Chief and Publisher, Albert Eruorhe Ograka, is a Graduate of Mass Communication. He also holds a Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) in Journalism from the International Institute of Journalism (IIJ).

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