According to Kwara Federal Commissioner Gidado, NPC cannot afford to let down Nigerians

The National Population Commission (NPC), which has set April 2023 as the date for the national population and housing census, cannot afford to let Nigerians down.

This promise was provided by Malam Abdulrazaq Gidado, the Federal Commissioner for Kwara State, on Friday at the start of a five-day training session for 65 CAPI officers in Ilorin.

Gidado declared the training program open and stated that the officers were chosen because of their ability to produce the desired outcome for the commission, not by accident.

He went on to say that the officers would impart the technological information they had learned during the program to the enumerators who would be hired to perform the nation’s first digital census.

The federal Commissioner asked the police to take their training seriously and offer the commission their best effort in order for the census exercise to be a resounding success.

Gidado declared that the commission was not only prepared to oust anyone found wanting, but also that it would not compromise standards or permit any behavior that may undermine its goal of carrying out a respectable, reliable, and fair census exercise for the nation.

The commission selected four participants for the training program from each of the State’s 16 local government regions.

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