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FG recruiting 1 million Nigerians for Census

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By Kenny Adetunji

Federal Government to recruit 1 million Nigerians for 2023 Census.

The National Population Commission (NPC) has advised the Federal Government that it will need to recruit one million Nigerians to participate in the 2023 National Census. This census is important in order to gain an accurate count of the population and collect vital information about the residents of Nigeria. The NPC has stated that the census is necessary in order to determine the number of seats each state will have in the House of Representatives, as well as to distribute federal resources more evenly.

Since 2006 there has been no other census, the National Population Commission (NPC) has been working towards making the upcoming 2023 census the most accurate and comprehensive yet. This is due in part to the advances in Technology and data collection methods that have been made in recent years. The NPC is also working to improve the quality of the data collected in the census by making sure that all residents of the country are accurately counted. The 2023 census will be the first census in which all residents of the country will be required to provide their biometric information. This includes fingerprints, iris scans, and photos. This will help to ensure that everyone is accurately counted and that the data collected is of the highest quality. The NPC is also working to improve the accuracy of reporting.

Multiple ways of verifying a person’s identity.

Fingerprinting is a method of biometrics that involves taking an impression of the ridges and valleys on a person’s fingers. The term can also refer to the act of taking such an impression, as well as the resultant image or template. Fingerprinting is one of the oldest and most well-known forms of biometrics, and has been used for centuries in a variety of applications, from criminal investigation to authentication. Fingerprints are made up of a series of ridges and valleys, which are the result of the patterns of epidermal ridges that form on the outer layer of the skin. These patterns are unique to each individual, and can be used to identify individuals with a high degree of accuracy.

Iris scanning is an identification technology that uses pattern-recognition techniques on images of one or both of the irises of an individual’s eyes, whose complex patterns are unique, stable over time, and can be seen from some distance. Because of this, iris scanning can be used for identification purposes, much like fingerprinting. Iris scanning can be used for Security, time and attendance tracking, and access control. In the security context, it can be used for identity verification, much like a passport or driver’s license. Time and attendance tracking applications can use this to verify an individual’s identity and track when they arrive and leave a building.

Bureau is working to put an automated system in place.

Photo identification refers to any form of identification that includes a photograph of the individual. This could be a passport, driver’s license, student ID, etc. Photo identification is generally used to verify someone’s identity. For example, when buying a plane ticket, you may be asked to present your photo ID in order to prove that you are who you say you are. There are many different types of photo identification, but they all serve the same basic purpose: to confirm the identity of the individual. Photo ID is generally required for activities that require proof of identity, such as voting, buying alcohol, or renting a car. In some cases, photo identification may also be used to access certain buildings or areas that are restricted to the general public.

The Census Bureau of Nigeria is anticipating the need to hire approximately one million temporary workers for the 2023 Census. To manage this workforce manually would cause huge documentation and logistical challenges. The use of an automated system would help to overcome these challenges and allow for a more efficient and effective management of the workforce. This system would streamline the process of managing such a large workforce by automating many of the tasks associated with hiring and managing employees.

Better communication between Census Bureau and workers.

An automated system for managing temporary workers would help to improve the efficiency of the Census Bureau. This would include tasks such as tracking employee hours, managing payroll, and tracking employee performance. In addition, an automated system would allow for a more efficient communication between the Census Bureau and the temporary workers. It would also help to ensure that the workers are aware of their responsibilities and are able to effectively perform their duties.


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