NIPR Re-elects Oladele as President, Chairman Governing Council

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L-R: Chairman, Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) Board of Fellows, Mr Frank Tamunokoko, President, NIPR, Dr Rotimi Oladele; representative of Aare Afe Babalola, Mr Ibukun Ogundipe and former Secretary-General of the Institute, Alh. Adetokunbo Fassy Yusuf at the NIPR Presidential Dinner held in Ibadan as part of the NIPR 2016 National Conference and AGM recently.
L-R: Chairman, Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) Board of Fellows, Mr Frank Tamunokoko, President, NIPR, Dr Rotimi Oladele; representative of Aare Afe Babalola, Mr Ibukun Ogundipe and former Secretary-General of the Institute, Alh. Adetokunbo Fassy Yusuf at the NIPR Presidential Dinner held in Ibadan as part of the NIPR 2016 National Conference and AGM recently.

The Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) has re-elected Dr. Rotimi Oladele as the President and Chairman Governing Council to run the affairs of the institute for the next two years.

Also re-elected is the Vice President, Alhaji Muktar Sirajo and 12 old Council Members and three new members which include Mrs. Yetunde Alagbe from Oyo State, who   Chaired the Joint Organising Committee that organized the three-day conference.

The event which held at the Banquet Hall of Premier Hotel, Ibadan from Wednesday 13th to Friday 15th April 2016 also witnessed the conferment of professional fellowship of NIPR on five of its dedicated Members.

The Conference in session with the Theme “Networking for National Economy, the Synergy of Agriculture and Communication” observed that there was a disconnect between Research and Development in Agriculture and key players in the Agricultural sector on the one hand, and between Government Policies and the needs of the peasant farmers on the other hand.

Public Relations and Communications Professionals were therefore tasked to have a crucial role in reconnecting all these diverse stakeholders.

The Forum further implored Government to imbibe marketing communication policies in the agricultural sector and to create opportunities for strategic engagements by critical stakeholders like the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations in enriching and bridging policy and skills gaps.

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. L-R: President, Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR), Dr Rotimi Oladele; representative of Aare Afe Babalola, Mr Ibukun Ogundipe representative of the Minister of Agriculture, Mrs Doyin Awe, during a presentation of ‘Model of National Reputation’ award to Aare Afe Babalola at the NIPR Presidential Dinner held in Ibadan as part of the NIPR 2016 National Conference and AGM recently.
. L-R: President, Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR), Dr Rotimi Oladele; representative of Aare Afe Babalola, Mr Ibukun Ogundipe representative of the Minister of Agriculture, Mrs Doyin Awe, during a presentation of ‘Model of National Reputation’ award to Aare Afe Babalola at the NIPR Presidential Dinner held in Ibadan as part of the NIPR 2016 National Conference and AGM recently.
L-R: Vice President, Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR), Mallam Mukhtar Sirajo; President, NIPR, Dr Rotimi Oladele and the South-west Zonal Director, Federal Ministry of Agriculture and representative of the Minister of Agriculture, Mrs Doyin Awe at the event
L-R: Vice President, Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR), Mallam Mukhtar Sirajo; President, NIPR, Dr Rotimi Oladele and the South-west Zonal Director, Federal Ministry of Agriculture and representative of the Minister of Agriculture, Mrs Doyin Awe at the event.
L-R: NIPR Council Member, Maj. General Chris Olukolade; Deputy Registrar, NIPR, Abuja Office, Ben Ahiante, and President and Chairman of Council, NIPR, Dr Rotimi Oladele during the 2016 Annual General Meeting of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations in Ibadan recently.
L-R: NIPR Council Member, Maj. General Chris Olukolade; Deputy Registrar, NIPR, Abuja Office, Ben Ahiante, and President and Chairman of Council, NIPR, Dr Rotimi Oladele during the 2016 Annual General Meeting of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations in Ibadan recently.
New Fellows of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations: L-R; Mr Basil Agboarumi, Professor Samaila Mande, Rev Abraham Olusola-Niyi, Mr Festus Akande and Mr Benedict Olufemi Ajayi during their induction as Fellows at the NIPR 2016 AGM in Ibadan.
New Fellows of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations: L-R; Mr Basil Agboarumi, Professor Samaila Mande, Rev Abraham Olusola-Niyi, Mr Festus Akande and Mr Benedict Olufemi Ajayi during their induction as Fellows at the NIPR 2016 AGM in Ibadan.
L-R: Former President, Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR), Chief Jibade Oyekan; for NIPR Registrar, Mr Adekunle Salu and Chief-of-Staff to the NIPR President, Mr Willy Ogbidi during the event.
L-R: Former President, Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR), Chief Jibade Oyekan; for NIPR Registrar, Mr Adekunle Salu and Chief-of-Staff to the NIPR President, Mr Willy Ogbidi during the event.
R-L: President, Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR), Dr Rotimi Oladele; former Chairman, NIPR, Lagos State Chapter, Mr Gbade Sanda and Chief-of-Staff to the NIPR President, Mr Willy Ogbidi during the event.
R-L: President, Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR), Dr Rotimi Oladele; former Chairman, NIPR, Lagos State Chapter, Mr Gbade Sanda and Chief-of-Staff to the NIPR President, Mr Willy Ogbidi during the event.
R-L: Deputy Governor, Oyo State, Chief Moses Alake Adeyemo; President, Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR), Dr Rotimi Oladele and Chairman, NIPR, Lagos Chapter, Mr Olusegun McMedal at the event
R-L: Deputy Governor, Oyo State, Chief Moses Alake Adeyemo; President, Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR), Dr Rotimi Oladele and Chairman, NIPR, Lagos Chapter, Mr Olusegun McMedal at the event

 

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