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The Pension Reform Act (PRA) 2004 made provision for contributions in the National Provident Fund (NPF) and its successor scheme the National Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) referred to as the “old scheme” to be transferred into members’ Retirement Savings Accounts (RSAs).

Customers who were members of the “old scheme” are required by NSITF to update their records on Trust fund’s website http://www.trustfundpensions.com. They are also required to submit the following documents:

  • NSITF/NPF card
  • Means of identification ( International Passport, Driver License, National ID and Employer’s ID)
  • Completed NSITF Transfer Form
  • NSITF (Trust Fund) statement of accounts/schedule for evidence of contribution
  • Passport

In the event a customer does not have the original NSITF card or the organization no longer exists, the required documents to submit include:

  • A personal indemnity letter from the customer signed and stamped at the High court.
  • Sworn affidavit for missing certificate with the registration number boldly written.
  • NSITF Transfer form
  • Means of identification ( International Passport, Driver License, National ID and Employer’s ID)
  • NSITF (Trust fund) statement of accounts/evidence of contribution
  • Passport

But for organizations that still exist, the indemnity letter should be written on the organization’s letter headed paper.


Click here to Download NSITF Form

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