A lot of reactions are already on social media as the federal high court sitting in Lagos ordered the extension of the enrollment of the National Identification Number (NIN) slip for two months. This came right after the deadline was stated at April 6. With the increasing number of unregistered Nigerians, the government don't have a choice than to postponed the day for the deadline.

This court order means, those that haven't enrolled for their NIN identification slip have another grace of 2 months which is effective from 23rd of March which was yesterday till 22nd of May 2021.
Following a lawsuit filed by a legal practitioner named, Monday Ubani, against the Federal government, the attorney General, Nigeria communication commission and the minister of Communications and digital economy, defending the Nigerian populace over the blockage of sims which he sees an infringement to human rights according to the 1999 constitution.

I guess this has convinced Justice Maureen Onyetenu enough to listen to the plead of the lawyer and willingly extended the deadline for another two-months.
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