The Kaduna State Directorate of National Orientation Agency, NOA has reiterated its readiness to sensitise citizens on the upcoming national census and educate voters on election matters.
Director of the agency in Kaduna, Zubair Galadima-Soba stated this in a meeting organised by the agency to brief the 23 Community Orientation and Mobilisation Officers, COMOs on strategies to employ during the sensitisation exercise.
Soba, at the meeting, which was organised by the NOA in collaboration with the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC and the National Population Commission, NPC said for the first time the census would be digital in Nigeria.
He, however, noted that this means that it will increase its credibility and go a long way to tackle partisanship by Nigerians, saying the 2023 Census would ensure accuracy.
Meanwhile, COMO for Kaura Local Government Area, Sim Victor stated that she would embark on an advocacy visit to traditional and religious leaders to sensitise them on the matter as community leaders.
Also, the Kaduna-South COMO, Sa’adatu AbdulRasheed hinted that she would organise a road walk and sensitise market women on the census and voter education.