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El Rufai Flags Off Kaduna Residency Card Program - Leadership Zeitung
The Kaduna state state governor, Malam Nadir El-Rufai, has established the state residence permit program to help the federal administration better schedule, execute and supervise the provision of key community service. In Rigasa, Kaduna, El-Rufai, during the banner hunt, the administration said by finding out exactly who is living in the state of Kaduna, along with related information, it is better able to design and deliver focused campaigns and offer welfare and service to make sure that no one is abandoned, especially the poor and the weakest.
He noted that the healthcare industry already complies with the government's free healthcare manifest in publicly owned clinics for the most disadvantaged in the community, especially maternity, under five year olds and the elderly. El-Rufai added that it would be much better if the state's healthcare manager knew exactly how many people live in this area and where they are.
"of the importance of precise information. Rigasa's crowded Rigasa schools made nationwide news after we unveiled their being. However, how did it come to a elementary in Rigasa with more than 20,000 schoolchildren? "The residence cards will also be used as all-in-one multi-purpose cards for identity purposes, for debiting purposes for finance operations, as a salary acceptance platforms and for other finance integration services.
It is also a key component of our e-governance automating Microsoft eGovernment solution. We set off in 2016, in collaboration with the National Identity Management Commission, to issue residence permits to all Kaduna state citizens through the Kaduna State Residency Card Program. There are currently 58 centers for the registration of residence cards throughout the state of Kaduna.
There are three Mobile Enrolment buses within Kaduna Metropolis to enable the enrolment procedure for older people and people with reduced mobility. Our final objective is to facilitate accessibility by increasing the number of registry centers to 255, with one set up at each of our 23 stations of municipalities."