NIPR Honors PR Practitioners, Elects New Exco’s

The FCT chapter of the National Institute of Public Relations, NIPR, has awarded a Professional PR Practitioner, Alhaji Yushau Shuaib, the Managing Editor of PRNigeria a subsidiary of Image Merchants Promotions Limited, IMPR, as the Digital PR Practitioner of the year and an ace broadcast journalist with Channels Television, Mrs. Maupe Ogun-Yusuf for their relentless contributions to the profession.

The award followed the institutes AGM conference organized by the Abuja chapter of the NIPR. The Conference and AGM which was themed, “The Leadership Question: search for the 21st Century Leaders”, highlighted the challenges of leadership across various spectrum of the society.

While presenting the awards, the President and Chairman of Council, Mal. Sirajo Muktar commended the duo recipients for the selfless and tremendous support they have rendered not only to the profession, but the country at large.

Adding that his administration will not relent in bringing the institute back to the consciousness of the country by giving the public relations profession more visibility to make it more respected.

“We want to ensure that, only qualified public relations professionals are assigned with public relations responsibilities. That is why we will ensure that due processes are being applied using silent and not so silent advocacy in both public and private sectors of our economy”

Meanwhile, after conducting a successful election, the FCT chapter has elected new executives to steer the affairs of the Institute where the newly elected chairperson is to takeover for Dr. Tayo Hasstrup.

Hajiya Maryam Sanusi emerged as the newly chairperson of the institute, Mr. Stanley, the former Public Relations Executive emerged the Vice Chairperson. Other posts elected are Secretary, Public Relations Executive and auditor.

Mrs. Maryam Sanusi is the Director of Public Relations, Federal Road Maintainance Agency, FERMA, and the first female to chair the institute for over twenty-six years.

NIPR Honors PR Practitioners, Elects New Exco’s

The FCT chapter of the National Institute of Public Relations, NIPR, has awarded a Professional PR Practitioner, Alhaji Yushau Shuaib, the Managing Editor of PRNigeria a subsidiary of Image Merchants Promotions Limited, IMPR, as the Digital PR Practitioner of the year and an ace broadcast journalist with Channels Television, Mrs. Maupe Ogun-Yusuf for their relentless contributions to the profession.

The award followed the institutes AGM conference organized by the Abuja chapter of the NIPR. The Conference and AGM which was themed, “The Leadership Question: search for the 21st Century Leaders”, highlighted the challenges of leadership across various spectrum of the society.

While presenting the awards, the President and Chairman of Council, Mal. Sirajo Muktar commended the duo recipients for the selfless and tremendous support they have rendered not only to the profession, but the country at large.

Adding that his administration will not relent in bringing the institute back to the consciousness of the country by giving the public relations profession more visibility to make it more respected.

“We want to ensure that, only qualified public relations professionals are assigned with public relations responsibilities. That is why we will ensure that due processes are being applied using silent and not so silent advocacy in both public and private sectors of our economy”

Meanwhile, after conducting a successful election, the FCT chapter has elected new executives to steer the affairs of the Institute where the newly elected chairperson is to takeover for Dr. Tayo Hasstrup.

Hajiya Maryam Sanusi emerged as the newly chairperson of the institute, Mr. Stanley, the former Public Relations Executive emerged the Vice Chairperson. Other posts elected are Secretary, Public Relations Executive and auditor.

Mrs. Maryam Sanusi is the Director of Public Relations, Federal Road Maintainance Agency, FERMA, and the first female to chair the institute for over twenty-six years.

 

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