SENATE President, David Mark, on Tuesday, said Nigeria's population census has failed to yield accurate figures over the years, adding that such failures were recorded despite huge financial commitments by the government.Senator Mark, who stated this during the consideration of presidential nominees for appointment into the National Population Commission, said the new appointees need to chart a new way forward.The nominees, who were approved on Tuesday, were Hassan Bashir and Olanrewaju Fayemi from Bauchi and Ekiti states respectively.'Population is a very serious issue in this country and I believe that the new members would bring something on board, so that we know our true figures.'Every time we talk about statistics in this country, depending on who you are talking to, we don't appear to have the accurate figure.'I hope that they would help to bring something on board, so that we can know our true population in this country,' Mark said. Click here to read full news..