A Keynote Address at the Inauguration of the New Governing Council of NIPR on June 5, 2008)By John Ogar Odey Protocol It is with great delight and due sense of fulfillment that I welcome you all to the inauguration of...
Introduction Last week Wednesday in Abuja, majority of the political actors in Nigeria and other stakeholders were gathered at the instance of President Umaru Musa Yar’adua to explore ways on how to restore integrity to the electoral process in...
When I mention the subject of this talk to friends, they ask me straight away, “Isn’t that a rather dangerous subject on which to put your head above the parapet?” And next - are you talking about media handling...
Reporter Connection joins HARO and Profnet while offering variations on the connection theme   Have you been quoted in The New York Times lately? How about The Wall Street Journal?   Despite the current emphasis on social media, don’t forget that print...
AS a reputation management consultant, who has worked in some of the foremost marketing communications firms including Insight Communications, The Quadrant Company, JSP, SO&U Saatchi & Saatchi and now TPT International, Charles Igbinidu dismissed the belief that the Heart...
The Nigerian Institute of Public Relations clocks 45 next year. By this time, it will be the second oldest national PR association on the African continent next to the Public Relations Institute of Southern Africa (PRISA) which clocked 50...
If there is any move which the Goodluck Jonathan administration has taken which is remarkably path-breaking for the Nigerian advert industry, it is the decision to do away with the awful practice of making the serving chief executive of...
By Oluremi OyoIt is a reality of life in the 21st century that information, communication and the ability to manage both effectively have become very precious national resources. Indeed, some scholars have gone as far as listing information and...
The third ordinary session of the African Union’s Communication and Information Technologies Ministerial Conference (AUCITC) had come and gone. But participants who came from over 23 African countries got the feel of strong attachment Nigeria has for the ICT...
T is exactly one year today, when the Freedom of Information (FoI) Act became operational in Nigeria, as President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan assented to it on May 28, 2011. It took the promoters of the bill 12 years of intense campaign and...

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