NIMC working on accurate database per state

NIMC working on accurate database per state

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NIMC working on accurate database per state

The National Identity Management Commission

NIMC working on accurate database per state. The National Identity Management Commission stated that it is willing to collaborate with state governments to create accurate and reliable databases to ensure that subnational governments meet the demands of the people.

Abisoye Coker-Odusote, Director General of NIMC, stated this when he met with the General Manager of the Lagos State Residents Registration Agency, Bilikiss Adebiyi-Abiola, at the commission’s headquarters in Abuja.

On Thursday, Coker-Odusote said in a statement signed by her Special Adviser on Media and Communications, Ayodele Babalola, that the agreement will make it easier for states to access NIMC’s database “to improve service delivery and policy formulation.”

“I admit that we live in a collaborative era.” It is critical that we collaborate in order to have a real influence.

“Because no man is an island, we must continue to push the boundaries by leaving our comfort zones until our collective desire to see the country progress is realized.”

Adebiyi-Abiola added that the goal of the visit was to look into methods for the two government agencies to work using efficient strategies for successful citizen and resident identity collection.

“It is no secret that we collaborate to ensure that Nigeria as a nation and Lagos State provide the best in terms of social welfare and other services to citizens and residents,” she said.

“But this has to be achieved using a systematic approach that shows that the government is responsible and responsive to its citizens.”

The capacity to identify and locate specific individuals as long as they remained in Lagos and were registered with the agency, according to the GM, was a major benefit of the registration system.

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