Abuja – The country is about to build a national integrated data and information infrastructure system aimed at curbing issues of insecurity.
Known as the Basic Registry and Information System in Nigeria (BRISIN), the system is intended to register and capture the imagery of every Nigerian from the ward to state level.
Apart from curbing insecurity, it is hoped the system will provide a solid foundation for planning technological and socio-economic development growth for the county.
This agency gathered that government had directed relevant ministries, agencies involved in the project to commence its implementation with immediate effect.
The BRISIN project is contracted to Dermo Impex Nig Limited.
The Managing Director of the company Anthony Uwa said the country confirmed a deal with government.
“We have put all implementation strategies in place and soon the problem of job creation will be a thing of the past.
"The BRISIN platform will facilitate and guarantee regular and continuous collection of all data and information and integrates same for assessment and management of the population, as well as the economy and utilized by all institutions in the country,” he added.
He said the national integrated data and information infrastructure system would provide a solid foundation for planning technological and socio-economic development growth for the country.
The BRISIN platform will facilitate and guarantee regular and continuous collection of all data and information and integrate it for assessment.
The system is to be built with biometric technology.
– CAJ News