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NIMC, NIGCOMSAT Mulls Potential Collaboration to Enhance Service Delivery, Connectivity

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The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) and the Nigerian Communications Satellite Limited (NIGCOMSAT) have announced a potential collaboration aimed at enhancing service delivery and connectivity across Nigeria.

The potential partnership according to both parties, is in recognition of the critical role of internet connectivity in facilitating efficient operations of the agencies.

In a statement signed by the Technical Adviser, Media and Communications to the DG, Ayodele Babalola and Head, Corporate Affairs, NIGCOMSAT, Aishatu Bantam, the partnership will provide reliable internet services to NIMC offices nationwide as the initiative aligns with the commitment to leverage technology to enhance access to essential services and promote digital inclusion.

The organizations are confident that by working together, they can unlock new opportunities, drive progress, and contribute to the socio-economic development of Nigeria.

Harnessing NIGCOMSAT’s satellite-based internet services, NIMC is expected to improve operational efficiency, enhance data management capabilities, and ultimately provide better service to the Nigerian populace.

Both organisations expressed their commitment to fostering synergy, transparency, and accountability in the pursuit of their shared objectives as discussions progresses.

NIGCOMSAT, as a leading provider of satellite communication solutions, brings to the table its expertise and infrastructure to enable seamless connectivity for NIMC offices across the federation.

The potential collaboration between NIMC and NIGCOMSAT underscores their collective dedication to leveraging strategic partnerships and innovative solutions to address challenges and meet the evolving needs of Nigerians.

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