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NPC educates Kwara locals about online hiring

On Wednesday, the National Population Commission (NPC) in Kwara started a road walk that was more than five kilometers long to inform locals about the impending national census and the ongoing e-recruitment of ad-hoc staff for the exercise.


According to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), Alhaji AbdulRazaq Gidado, the Federal Commissioner of the commission in the state, led the road walk, which was organized in partnership with the National Orientation Agency (NOA) and FRSC in Kwara.


The participants in the road walk, which began at the NPC office off Ahmadu Bello Way in Ilorin, traveled through the cities of Post Office, Maraba, Emir’s Road, Sabo-Oke, and Government House before arriving at the Challenge area.


Speaking during the road walk, Gidado explained that the goal of the exercise was to increase public awareness of the impending housing headcount and national census among state residents.


He continued, saying that the purpose of the road walk was also to inform the residents of the state about the ongoing e-recruitment campaign for the national census.


The NPC is fully prepared to conduct a credible and acceptable census that will be the pride of all Nigerians, the NPC federal commissioner stated while requesting the cooperation and support of the state’s residents.


According to Gidado, “This is the first time in Nigerian history where we will be conducting a full-blown digital census, as opposed to the past where papers were used, which can be falsified.”


According to him, a Senior School diploma is the only requirement for the ongoing e-recruitment, which is open to all Nigerians.


The upcoming census and ongoing e-recruitment for the exercise, according to Mr. Olusegun Adeyemi, director of the National Orientation Agency (NOA) in Kwara, were brought to the people’s attention through a road walk.


Adeyemi reminded the state’s citizens that the census was not being conducted to collect taxes but rather for the development and growth of the nation.

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