2023 Census to hold March 29 to April 3 – but The problem is

2023 Census to hold March 29 to April 3 – but The problem is…

2023 Census: Under normal circumstances, the 2023 Population and Housing Census will take place from March 29 to April 3, 2023. (five days).

2023 Census: The National Population Commission (NPC) Federal Commissioner for Ondo State, Prince Diran Iyantan, revealed this on Saturday while opening a one-day state-level workshop for journalists on how to effectively cover the 2023 Population and Housing Census.

After the previous exercise in 2006, Prince Iyantan said that the Commission is completely prepared and ready to undertake a successful and acceptable exercise for the country’s development.

Iyantan, who was acting in place of Alhaji Isa Kwarra, National Chairman of the NPC, specifically requested the assistance and support of media, citing them as vital participants in the exercise and stating that the Commission is working nonstop to get the desired outcomes.

He expressed his gratitude to the state’s media in particular for their continuous support, particularly in promoting the Commission’s initiatives and educating the public about the significance of the Population and Housing Census.

The NPC Federal Commissioner stated that the purpose of the Population and Housing Census is primarily for national planning and urged everyone to support the initiative in order to have a credible and accepted exercise that will be technologically oriented and based on digital data.

IA nation’s attempts to achieve sustainable development must take into account its population, according to the state director of the NPC, Mr. Falusi Oluyemi, who was represented by Mr. Yomi Olowolagba, in his paper titled “Processes and Methodology for the 2023 Population and Housing Census.”

With a predicted population of 216,783,381, Mr. Oluyemi claims that Nigeria is the seventh-most populated nation in the world and the most populous nation on the African continent.

With a growth rate of 3.2% and an anticipated population of over 200 million, Nigeria has one of the fastest rising populations, he continued.

Nigeria is anticipated to surpass China and India as the third most populous nation in the world by the year 2050 due to its population’s rapid growth and high proportion of young people.

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Nigeria’s population censuses, however, have been conducted erratically and at intervals that are longer than the United Nations’ recommended 10 years, despite the country’s prominent position on the world demographic map. Prior population counts were taken in 1991, 1973, and 1963, making the most recent one (16 years ago) in 2006.

He emphasized that “this inconsistent and protracted period of Nigerian census gathering has deprived the country the enormous benefits of full baseline data for evidence-based decision-making.”

The state director said that foreign organizations and communities are supporting the exercise but added that knowledge of the number, distribution, and socioeconomic makeup of the national population is necessary for planning.

The National Population Commission is collaborating with the media to ensure a successful exercise, according to Dr. (Mrs.) Olowookere Funmbi, the state’s head of the census department, in a paper titled

“History of Population Censuses in Nigeria and Structure and Mandate of the National Population Commission.” She explained that the media has the ability to inform and reach people even in remote areas.

Additionally, Mr. Olayinka Rotimi, Mr. Ayomiposi Olakanle, State Head of ICT Department, and Mrs. Santos-Olubayode Odunayo, Head of Public Affairs Department, presented papers on “Enumeration Area Demarcation for the 2023 Population and Housing Census,”

“Technological Innovation in the 2023 Population and Housing Census,” and “How to Generate Media Content on the 2023 Population and Housing Census.”

The Chairman of the NUJ Ondo State Council, Prince Leke Adegbite, thanked the NPC authorities for include journalists in all of their significant activities and assured them of the required assistance for appropriate and impartial reporting of the event in his well-wishes letter.

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