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PENCOM commences 2022 online verification and enrolment exercise

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The National Pension Commission (PenCom) has announced that the general public that the 2022 online Verification and Enrolment
Exercise for retirees/prospective retirees of Federal Government Treasury-Funded Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) will commence on 20 June, 2022.

According to a statement by the commission, The following groups are eligible for the Online Verification and Enrolment Exercise:
i. Employees of Federal Government Treasury-Funded MDAs scheduled to retire in 2022
ii. Employees of Federal Government Treasury-funded MDAs who missed the enrolment exercises in previous years.

Prerequisite for the Enrolment include that “all retirees/prospective retirees are required to visit their PFAs and undergo the data recapture exercise.

“This entails retirees/prospective retirees providing their personal details including their National Identity Number (NIN).
Retirees/Prospective retirees who had undergone the data recapture exercise earlier are not required to repeat it”.

The enrolment options are as stated by the commission include

i. Self-Assisted
Retirees/prospective retirees are required to visit PenCom’s website (www.pencom.com.ng) and upload their employment details as well as scanned copies of required documents before proceeding to their respective PFAs for physical verification and enrolment.

Consequently, the commission noted that the step by step procedure for the Online Enrolment is hosted on the PenCom website.

The Commission also however urged Pension Desk Officer/PFA-Assisted
Retirees/prospective retirees who are unable to complete the online registration to approach the Pension
Desk Officer of their respective MDAs or visit their PFAs for assistance.

The management also warned that verification and enrolment by all concerned must be completed on or before 31 August, 2022.

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