The National Identity Management Commission NIMC says it has registered about 900 repentant Boko Haram members.
In a statement on Monday, the National Identity Management Commission said as a strategic partner in the effort of tackling security challenges in the country, it will provide reliable and secure data of repentant Boko Haram members who have been reintegrated into the society.
Aliyu Aziz, director-general of the commission says the commission has the capacity to support the Federal Government in the ongoing war against security challenges through its functional and world-class verification and authentication services residual in its modern and up-to-date database.
John Enenche, coordinator of defence media operations, said NIMC is one of the agencies involved in the deradicalisation, rehabilitation and reintegration process of ex-Boko Haram members.
Enenche said no repentant Boko Haram member will evade arrest if they renege on their pledge to give up arms, particularly with their data captured by NIMC.
The National Identity Management Commission is one of the agencies involved in the DRR process capturing of all repentant Boko Haram combatants on its data making it easy for them to be traced in any unfortunate incident.
He said 603 repentant Boko Haram members would be reintegrated into their communities in July after the completion of their rehabilitation Programme.