The demand for Ginger in the international market has gone up significantly because the root is now being used as raw material in manufacturing process. More »
Livestock feeds production is a very profitable business, the demand for animal feeds in ... You can start a small scale livestock feed production in Nigeria More »
The high demand for groundnut oil nationwide and the short fall in supply due to the ban on the importation of the product by the federal government of Nigeria has thus make Groundnut oil production business very lucrative. More »
The export of cashew nuts and other agricultural commodities from Nigeria is fast becoming very lucrative these days; More »
Indeed you can become a millionaire through Poundo Yam production business in Nigeria. You can make up to N500, 000/month producing and selling Instant pounded Yam powder More »
Portable drinking water is a scares commodity in Nigeria, but some private individuals are truly making effort at making clean drinking water available through the setup of sachet and bottled water production business. More »
Smoked Catfish is one of the foodstuffs currently being exported from Nigeria to countries in Europe, America and Asian because Nigerians and other Africans there need it to cook their food. More »
You Too can start exporting Cocoa from Nigeria to buyers in the US, Europe and make up to 20% -30% as profit. More »
Pharmaceutical, cosmetics industries and Individuals in China, the US, Germany, Canada, South Korea and European countries are looking for exporters who can supply Moringa seeds and Moringa leaves and get paid handsomely. More »
Lagos State To Begin Registration Of Residents
Nigeria News -The Government of Lagos State Nigeria says it is set to begin the registration of residents in the state.
The government added that the outcome of the exercise would be computed in a database to assist government in providing adequate social services to the estimated 20 million people who live and work in the state.
General Manager, Lagos State Residents Registration Agency, Ms. Yinka Fashola, said this during a stakeholderâ€™s forum at City Hall, Lagos on Thursday.She explained that the responsibility of ensuring every resident in the state was captured in its database had been given to LASRRA, which was established in 2011 by an enactment of the state law.
She said the exercise would enable the government to have a reliable database of all residents as well as provide useful information for social, political, business and financial activities.
She said, â€œWith the exercise, every resident will possess a highly secured unique identification number and card. It will also remove the veil of anonymity from every resident of Lagos.
â€œThe database will serve as a register that will contain all the demographic information of all residents of Lagos State. About 1,000 personnel will be engaged for the exercise.â€
Fashola said technological features such as finger prints would be employed to authenticate and validate the registration process. She added that identity cards, which residents would be able to utilise in transactions with any government agency, would be given at the end of the exercise.
She added, â€œIt contains a unique reference number (residency number) that links every individual to his or her own personal and biological data. The residency number serves as a reference for the respective individual in their transactions with government bodies.â€
The General Manager said 57 registration stations had been opened in the 20 local governments and 37 local council development areas in the state. She urged residents to take advantage of the process.
She said, â€œIf you reside in the state, you are required to register. If you are newly taking up residence in the state and intend to be here for more than six months, you are also required to register.
â€œAnyone who wishes to access the services provided by Lagos State Government for its residents will be asked to authenticate their residency and identity.â€
Vice-Chairman of House Committee of Science and Technology in the state House of Assembly, Mr. Gbolahan Yishau, said the project would assist government in planning as well as allocating resources where such is needed.-ThePunch