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Creation of Central National Database in Nigeria: Challenges and Prospects

  title={Creation of Central National Database in Nigeria: Challenges and Prospects},
  author={Johnson Rotimi Onakoya and Francis Ojo Adebayo and Olumide Owolabi},
  journal={Information and Knowledge Management},
This paper focuses on the creation of central national database based on Entity Relationship (ER) data model in order to describe each person individually and uniquely.  Also, the model establishes the use of the unique code (National Security code) as the primary key to identify each entity, entity relationship within and among public services entities.  Presently, Nigeria is critically facing security challenges because people are not uniquely identified and tagged.  The situation has led to… Expand

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