Oyo State Residents’ Registration Programme begins on Monday


The pilot phase of the Oyo State Residents’ Registration Programme will begin on Monday, August 9, 2021, according to Mr. Bayo Akande, Special Assistant (ICT) to Governor Seyi Makinde.

According to a statement, the program will begin with commercial transportation workers (Okada, tricycle, Micra, and bus drivers) in various Ibadan locations.

“Once the pilot phase is successfully completed, we intend to expand to other sectors across the state’s entire Local Government Areas,” the statement read.

One of the advantages of starting with the transportation sector, according to the report, is that it will allow Oyo State to address the security concerns that are common in the sector.

Officials involved in the registration will issue ID cards to all Okada and tricycle riders, as well as reflective jackets customized with each rider’s unique registration number, according to the statement.

“As of August 6th, 2021, the first enumerator training has begun.

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“OYRTMA officers and MIC staff serve as supervisors for the trainees.

“The project’s consultants will walk them through the process of registering individuals on the platform.

“After registration is completed, the OYRTMA officers will act as enforcers of the project for their sector.

“We have worked with the Amotekun Commandant to ensure that officers from the Amotekun Corps will be present at each registration point for security reasons.

“For the pilot phase, the location of each of these registration points will be shared accordingly.”

“Access to government incentives, health and vehicle insurance, among other things, are some of the benefits of the scheme.

“These advantages are incalculable, particularly in terms of health and security.”


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