February 2019

IPPIS Registration Portal, Login (Verification, enrollment, 2019 user guide)

This article describes the step by step procedure for users in completing the IPPIS registration forms on the employee data collection IPPIS portal.

IPPIS Registration Portal, Login (Verification, enrollment, 2019 User guide)

HOW THE MANUAL IS ORGANIZED

This article and Reference Manual handles specifically activities on the Integrated Personnel and Payroll Information System registration portal. The instructions on how to fill the registration forms are illustrated with pictures in this document.

IPPIS Verification Information

  1. Personal information form
  2. Employment information form
  3. Dependant information form
  4. Next of kin information form
  5. Employment form
  6. Employment history form
  7. Courses form
  8. Transfer form
  9. Summary
  10. Print slip
The IPPIS verification Portal is a web based application for employee data collection. To access the application, you would require:
  • An internet enabled device such as a computer system
  • A browser of your choice on the computer system.
  • Microsoft Office Suite
  • Access to the internet
If  all  of  the  above  requirements  have  been  met,  start  the  browser  and  enter  the  URL: registration.ippis.gov.ng in the address bar and connect. You will be redirected to the IPPIS Login portal for verification.

How to Login to IPPIS Verification Portal 2019

To login to the portal, you will require a reference id and token wh ich can be gotten from your HR in your MDA/ UTH. Once you’ve gotten your login credentials, follow the steps listed below the diagram to login:
  • Enter IPPIS Url (registration.ippis.gov.ng) and use your preferred browser
  • Enter your reference number
  • Enter your registration token
  • Click on login button to login
Note: Your token has an expiry period of 2 weeks. If there is any difficulty logging in, please contact your HR

How to Update Your Personal Information on IPPIS Verification Portal 2019

This form will allow you update your personal information since most of your personal details has been filled by your HR. Once you login, you will be redirected to the personal information form. To update your personal information, follow the steps listed below the diagram
  1. Select Title
  2. Select Gender
  3. Enter place of birth (This field accepts alphabets only)
  4. Select marital status
  5. Enter surname birth (This field accepts alphabets only)
  6. Enter spouse name (This field accepts alphabets only)
  7. Enter number of children(This field accepts numbers only)
  8. Select Nationality
  9. Select state of origin
  10. Select LGA origin
  11. Enter hometown (This field accepts alphabets only)
  12. Select religion
  13. Enter nationality
  14. Enter passport ID (This field accepts alpha numeric characters)
  15. Enter driver ID (This field accepts alphanumeric characters)
  16. Select Blood Group
  17. Enter Contact Address (This field accepts alphabets only)
  18. Enter Contact Town (This field accepts alphabets only)
  19. Select Contact State
  20. Select Contact LGA
  21. Enter Permanent Address (This field accepts alphabets only)
  22. Enter Permanent Town (This field accepts alphabets only)
  23. Select Permanent State
  24. Select Permanent LGA
  25. Enter home phone (This field accepts numbers only)
  26. Click on update details button to save changes made

How to Fill IPPIS Employment Form 2019

This form allows you to key in your employment information. To fill this form, follow the steps listed below the diagram
  1. Click on employment information menu on the navigation pane
  2. Enter office room (This field accepts alphanumeric characters)
  3. Enter office phone number (This field accepts numbers only)
  4. Select date of present appointment
  5. Select confirmation date
  6. Select department
  7. Select section
  8. Select unit
  9. Enter job town (This field accepts alphabets only)
  10. Select cadre
  11. Enter job post (This field accepts alphabets only)
  12. Enter GI in 2004 (This field accepts alphanumeric characters)
  13. Enter step in 2004 (This field accepts numbers only)
  14. Enter trade union (This field accepts alphanumeric characters)
  15. Select COOP
  16. Enter staff ID  (This field accepts alphanumeric characters)
  17. Enter establishment number(This field accepts alphanumeric characters)
  18. Select incremental date
  19. Select employment type
  20. Select contract exit date
  21. Enter supervisors post (This field accepts alphabets only)
  22. Select bank type
  23. Select bank name
  24. Select bank branch
  25. Enter account number (This field accepts numbers only)
  26. Select account type
  27. Select PFA
  28. Enter pin (This field accepts alphanumeric characters)
  29. Enter tax ID (This field accepts alphanumeric characters)
  30. Click on save employment information button

How to fill the IPPIS Dependants Form

This form allows you to key in your dependants information. Follow the steps listed below the diagram to fill the dependants form.
  1. Click on dependant menu on the navigation pane
  2. Click on add dependant button
  3. Enter dependant surname (This field accepts alphabets only)
  4. Enter dependants other name (This field accepts alphabets only)
  5. Select dependant sex
  6. Select relation to dependant
  7. Select dependant date of birth
  8. Click on save dependant button to save
  9. Click on edit to make changes to dependant details
  10. Click on delete to delete dependant details.

How to Fill the IPPIS Next of Kind Form

This form allows you to key in details of your next of kin.
  1. Click on next of kin menu on the navigation pane
  2. Click on add next of kin button
  3. Enter next of kin full name (This field accepts alphabets only)
  4. Enter next of kin address (This field accepts alphanumeric characters)
  5. Select gender
  6. Select next of kin relationship
  7. Enter next of kin phone number (This field accepts numbers only)
  8. Enter email address (This field accepts alphanumeric characters)
  9. Enter city (This field accepts alphabets only)
  10. Select state
  11. Select LGA
  12. Click on add next of kin button to save
  13. Click on edit button to edit next of kin information

How to fill the IPPIS Emergency Contact Form 

This form will enable you key in your emergency contact in case of emergency. To fill this form, follow the steps listed below the diagram
  1. Click on emergency contact menu on the navigation pane
  2. Click on add new emergency contact button
  3. Enter full name
  4. Select gender
  5. Select relationship
  6. Enter emergency phone number
  7. Enter emergency address (This field accepts alphanumeric characters)
  8. Enter city (This field accepts alphabets only)
  9. Select state
  10. Select LGA
  11. Click on add emergency contact to save
  12. Click on edit to edit emergency contact details
  13. Click on delete to delete emergency contact details

How to Fill IPPIS Education Form 2019

The education form will enable you key in your education details. To fill this form, follow the steps listed below the diagram
  1. Click on education menu on the navigation pane
  2. Click on add educational information
  3. Enter institution
  4. Select institution type
  5. Enter course name (This field accepts alphabets only)
  6. Select qualification
  7. Enter grade (This field accepts alphanumeric characters)
  8. Select start date
  9. Select end date
  10. Click on add educational info  button to save changes made
  11. Click on edit button to make changes
  12. Click on delete button to delete educational details

How to Fill the Courses Form on IPPIS verification Portal

This form allows you key in the training or courses you have taken. To fill this form, follow the steps listed below the diagram
  1. Click on courses menu on the navigation pane
  2. Click on add training details button
  3. Enter course name (This field accepts alphabets only)
  4. Select venue country
  5. Select start date
  6. Select number of days
  7. Enter organizer
  8. Click on add training details button to save
  9. Click on edit button to edit details
  10. Click on delete button to delete

How to Fill the IPPIS Promotions Form 2019

This form allows you to key in your promotion details. To fill this form, follow the steps listed below the diagram:
  1.  Click on promotion menu on the navigation pane
  2. Click on add promotions button
  3. Enter previous job title (This field accepts alphabets only)
  4. Enter new job title (This field accepts alphabets only)
  5. Enter previous grade (This field accepts alphanumeric characters)
  6. Enter assigned grade (This field accepts alphanumeric characters)
  7. Enter old step (This field accepts numbers only)
  8. Enter new step (This field accepts numbers only)
  9. Select national start date
  10. Select effective start date
  11. Click on add promotion details button to save
  12. Click on edit button to make changes
  13. Click on delete button to delete promotion details

How to Fill IPPIS Transfer Form 2019

This form helps you key in your transfer information detail. To fill this form, follow the steps listed below the diagram
  1. Click on transfer menu on the dashboard
  2. Click on add transfer details
  3. Select start date
  4. Select end date
  5. Select transfer ministry
  6. Enter transfer division (This field accepts alphabets only)
  7. Enter transfer department (This field accepts alphabets only)
  8. Select transfer section
  9. Enter transfer town(This field accepts alphabets only)
  10. Enter transfer type (This field accepts alphabets only)
  11. Select transfer unit (This field accepts alphabets only)
  12. Enter transfer job (This field accepts alphabets only)
  13. Click on add transfer details button to save
  14. Click on edit button to make changes
  15. Click on delete button to delete transfer information

How to Fill  the Employment History Form 2019

This form helps you key in your employment history detail. To fill this form, follow the steps listed below the diagram
  1. Click on history menu on the navigation pane
  2. Click on add employment history button
  3. Enter employer name (This field accepts alphabets only)
  4. Select employment start date
  5. Select employment end date
  6. Enter last position (This field accepts alphabets only)
  7. Select exit mode
  8. Click on save history button to save changes
  9. Click on edit button to make changes
  10. Click on delete button to delete employment history details

HOW TO VIEW THE SUMMARY PAGE

This page shows a summary of the navigation menu that has been successfully completed in green color and yet to be completed in orange color. To view the summary page, follow the steps listed below the diagram
  1. Click on summary menu on the navigation pane
  2. Click on view this section button to update any of the forms
  3. Click on the check box for final submission

How to Print IPPIS Form

This page is where you can print IPPIS form for submission in your MDA for biometric enrollment. To print, follow the steps listed below the diagram

1. Click on print slip on the navigation pane to display your slip

Note: Once you’ve printed your slip, you cannot make changes to your data. If need to make changes arise, please contact your HR.

Photo: Footballer Emiliano Sala Involved in a Plane Crash

A body has been recovered from the wreckage of the plane that was carrying Argentina-born professional football player Emiliano Sala and pilot David Ibbotson.

The Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) in Britain, which disclosed this late on Wednesday, however did not give the identity of the body.

Photo: Footballer Emiliano Sala Involved in a Plane Crash

The 28-year-old Sala had been en route from Nantes in western France on January 21 to make his debut for English Premier League team Cardiff City when the plane disappeared.

The wreckage was found on Sunday following a privately-funded underwater search of the English Channel where the plane crashed into.

The body was “successfully recovered” but attempts to recover the aircraft wreckage were unsuccessful, the AAIB said in a statement.

The overall operation was brought to an end due to “poor weather conditions,” the agency said.

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Sala had agreed to join Welsh club Cardiff for a club-record fee of £15 million from French Ligue 1 club Nantes.

He and the pilot are believed to have died as the single-engined Piper Malibu aircraft crashed into the sea.(Reuters/NAN)

Nigerian Newspapers Today (7th February 2019) - Vanguard, Punch, Dailypost, Thisday

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    Punch Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (7th February 2019)

    • Ayade presents N1.04tn budget
    • Campaign: Lagos to restrict movement on 18 roads for Buhari
    • Elections should not be a do-or-die affair Abiara
    • INEC insures one million personnel involved in 2019 polls
    • I am on a rescue mission to save Nigeria, says Atiku
    • Re: IGP must hear this
    • Revisiting Aregbesolas stewardship
    • Ekiti Central senatorial poll: A battle of two lawyers
    • 2019 budget may not meet target ICAN boss

    Vanguard Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (7th February 2019)

    • Rivers APC: A-Court stays judgment on delisting of APC candidates from ballot
    • POLLS: EU tackles El-Rufai over 'body bag' threat to observers
    • US not interested in candidates, parties, but peaceful election 'Consul General
    • Ex-agitators want review of pipeline surveillance contract
    • Bizman remanded for producing, selling adulterated engine oil
    • Atiku, best option for Nigerians 'Udeogaranya
    • Campaign won't stop my visit to schools, says Obi
    • Educate girl-child for better future, Sanusi tells northern govs
    • Obaseki advocates zero tolerance, decisive action to end Female Genital Mutilation

    This Day Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (7th February 2019)

    • EFCC, ABCON Sensitise Currency Dealers against Money Laundering
    • All-Share Index Rises Further on Sustained Bargain Hunting
    • UBA Expands Footprint, Commences Operations in Mali
    • Nigeria Leads in African Start-up Funding with $94.9m
    • FG to Ban Importation of Tomato By 2021
    • AMCON: Poor Valuation Affecting Disposal of Assets
    • Experts Highlight Challenges of Fake News
    • Firm Proffers Solution to Digital Financial Services Gap
    • David-Ashiru: Why FG Must Support Software Developers

    This Day Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (7th February 2019)

    • Royal rumble in Ekiti community
    • OBJ as pillar of Africa needs prayers, says Apostle Adeyeye
    • ICC releases ex-Cote d'Ivoire president under conditions in Belgium
    • Brazil to sell 12 military aircraft to Nigeria
    • Abia: PDP accuses INEC of bias
    • PDP'll return Nigeria to path of economic growth 'Obi
    • Ex-leaders of traders' associations in Abia canvass support for Ogah
    • APM party to beat in Ogun State -Akinlade
    • You're part of Nigeria's problems if you don't vote 'Balogun

    Daily Times Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (7th February 2019)

    • Court adjourns Gov Wike alleged certificate forgery suit to Feb 13
    • 5 internet fraudsters in EFCCs net
    • NDDC: Group lauds appointment of Brambaifa, mobilises support for Buhari
    • Kenyan man commits suicide after failed attempt to kill his pregnant wife
    • Landladys son on the run after raping tenants daughter
    • Appreciating the Armed Forces of Nigeria
    • Amaechi to Ondo APC members: If our party loses this election here, dont come to my office
    • Election: Ekere, Sen Akpabio boycott INEC peace accord parley in A Ibom
    • Elections: Only multiple debates can impact on electorates House of Reps Candidate

    Daily Trust Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (7th February 2019)

    • Executive Order 7
    • Maj.-Gen. Shalawangwa appointed chairman, Armed Forces Committee of African Bar association
    • 309 communities declare abandonment of FGM ' UNICEF
    • Nearly 60,000 people displaced in Northeast Nigeria since November ' UN
    • Atiku's amnesty plan for suspected treasury looters is the way to go
    • Big Brother is watching you
    • Civil servants urged to harness benefits of cooperatives
    • Benue has 8,910 pensioners on its pay roll ' Permanent Secretary

    Leadership Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (7th February 2019)

    • Scourge Of Drug Abuse
    • 2019: PDP's Rebirth And The Changing Political Tide
    • Groaning Over A Prolonged ASUU Strike
    • PPDC, NERDC Partner Google To Train 100,000 Students On Internet Safety
    • NURTW Chairman To Die By Hanging For Killing Police Officer
    • Youths Constitute Highest Population Of Voters ' NBS
    • Wike Urges Int'l Community To Focus On General Elections
    • INEC Deletes Names Of Dead Persons From Voter Register
    • IGP Adamu Tasks New AIGs, CPs On Professionalism

    Tribune Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (7th February 2019)

    • 2019: Middle Belt will stick to Olawepo-Hashim ' Dan Suleiman
    • Police deploy 37 police commissioners
    • NURTW Chairman to die by hanging for killing policeman
    • UPDATE: Exempt minimum wage from taxation, Wabba begs FG on re-election as president
    • My statement does not call for violence ' el-Rufai
    • 2019: Don't disenfranchise me, Gani Adams warns INEC
    • Don't unduly influence INEC's job, Catholic Bishops urge Buhari
    • EFCC, ABCON take fight against money laundering at MM2
    • Seyi Makinde promises to complete abandoned projects
    • Click to view all Tribune headlines today

    The Nation Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (7th February 2019)

    • How we killed hotelier, manager,by suspect
    • Buhari to PDP, EU: El-Rufai spoke in national interest
    • Ajimobi rescues, conveys accident victims to UCH
    • President says no going back on anti-graft battle
    • No personal grudge against Buhari, says Ortom
    • Lagos, Kwara, Kogi, others get new police chiefs
    • Atikus endorsement wont change presidential polls outcome, says ACF
    • Air Force acquires 22 aircraft to fight Boko Haram, other crimes
    • AfDB: why Nigeria, South Africa, others must not limit competition

    Athority Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (7th February 2019)

    • Arms deal: Jonathan's cousin closes defence in alleged $40m fraud
    • Killings in Zamfara: Call Yari to order, APGA governorship candidate charges President Buhari,DSS, Police, others
    • 2019 elections is defining year for Nigeria ' Atiku's wife, Jennifer Douglas-Abubakar
    • Atiku's endorsement, presidency will unite Nigeria ' Timi Frank
    • Celebrating China-Nigeria diplomatic relations @48
    • PCN plans big for para sports
    • 10 Schools for Gbaja Kids' Cup
    • Bunubunu Sports Awards excites Laclic
    • 2019 Taekwondo Open: I'm in Nigeria to secure my spot in US team ' Kim

    Daily Independent Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (7th February 2019)

      • NPFL: MFM Record First Away Win, Top Group A
      • Polls: APC Can't Field Candidates In Rivers, INEC Insists
      • I'll Spread Developments To All Parts Of Kwara ' AbdulRazaqsix states created in 1967, Kwara has
      • Presidential Election: A Two Horse Race
      • Without Money, One Can't Run For Political Office In Nigeria 'Aniebonam
      • Akpabio Joined APC For Selfish Reasons 'Enoidem
      • FG's New Revenue Initiative
      • ITF Has Trained Over 20 Million Nigerians On Skill Acquisition In 48 Years ' Ari
      • Equity Market Sustains Bullish Sentiment
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              Your personal Google+ account is going away on April 2, 2019


              Your personal Google+ account is going away on April 2, 2019

              Google is finally closing the social network it set up in an ill-fated attempt to take on Facebook, the company has confirmed. Google+ will be shut down for good on 2 April, with all profiles and pages to be deleted on that day.

              The announcement has caused confusion among some Google users; the company made it easy for people to create a Google+ page by accident, leaving many unaware they had joined the social network in the first place. We answer some key questions surrounding the closure.
              In December 2018, we announced our decision to shut down Google+ for consumers in April 2019 due to low usage and challenges involved in maintaining a successful product that meets consumers' expectations. We want to thank you for being part of Google+ and provide next steps, including how to download your photos and other content.

              On April 2nd, your Google+ account and any Google+ pages you created will be shut down and we will begin deleting content from consumer Google+ accounts. Photos and videos from Google+ in your Album Archive and your Google+ pages will also be deleted. You can download and save your content, just make sure to do so before April. Note that photos and videos backed up in Google Photos will not be deleted.

              The process of deleting content from consumer Google+ accounts, Google+ Pages, and Album Archive will take a few months, and content may remain through this time. For example, users may still see parts of their Google+ account via activity log and some consumer Google+ content may remain visible to G Suite users until consumer Google+ is deleted.

              As early as February 4th, you will no longer be able to create new Google+ profiles, pages, communities or events.

              See the full FAQ for more details and updates leading up to the shutdown.

              If you're a Google+ Community owner or moderator, you may download and save your data for your Google+ Community. Starting early March 2019, additional data will be available for download, including author, body, and photos for every community post in a public community. Learn more

              If you sign in to sites and apps using the Google+ Sign-in button, these buttons will stop working in the coming weeks but in some cases may be replaced by a Google Sign-in button. You'll still be able to sign in with your Google Account wherever you see Google Sign-in buttons. Learn more

              If you've used Google+ for comments on your own or other sites, this feature will be removed from Blogger by February 4th and other sites by March 7th. All your Google+ comments on all sites will be deleted starting April 2, 2019. Learn more

              If you're a G Suite customer, Google+ for your G Suite account should remain active. Contact your G Suite administrator for more details. You can also expect a new look and new features soon. Learn more

              If you're a developer using Google+ APIs or Google+ Sign-in, click here to see how this will impact you.

              From all of us on the Google+ team, thank you for making Google+ such a special place. We are grateful for the talented group of artists, community builders, and thought leaders who made Google+ their home. It would not have been the same without your passion and dedication.

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