FG Raises Concern Over Impact of Insecurity on Census

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The Federal Government has expressed concern over the impact of insecurity on the 2023 population census scheduled to hold between March 29 and April 2.

Minister of State for Budget and Planning, Clem Agba, made this known during a meeting with members of the private sector and development partners in Abuja.

Agba revealed that one of the objectives of the meeting was how to source for funds for the exercise, adding that funding intervention from development partners remains key.

The Minister allayed fears that the exercise may not hold in some communities, noting that despite the pockets of insecurity during the enumeration area demarcation, the exercise will be a success.

Written by: Helen Obih

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