Lagos State Chapter of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) has perfected plans to hold its leadership lecture at the AGIP Recital Hall, MUSON Centre, Onikan, Lagos on Thursday, May 24, 2018 by 11.00am.
Expected at the Leadership Lecture, according to the Chapter Chairman, Mr. Olusegun McMedal, are management experts and communication practitioners. This is part of a series of activities marking the Lagos Public Relations Week 2018.
Tomorrow’s leadership lecture has as theme, “Boosting Competitiveness & Inclusive Growth through Communication”.
The Vice Chairman, Channels Media Group, Mrs. Olusola Momoh is the Special Guest of Honour & Chairman of the Lecture.
The former Chairman, Nigerian Economic Summit Group and Chairman/Chief Executive Officer, Phillips Consulting Group, Mr. Foluso Phillips; an industrial economists and chartered accountant, with tremendous experience in finance, business administration, general management and organisation development committed to the African Renaissance, will deliver the lecture.
The Managing Director/CEO, C & F Porter Novelli, Mr. Nn’emeka Maduegbuna will chair the panel of distinguished discussants featuring the Chief Executive Officer, Aspire Coronation Trust (ACT) Foundation, Ms Osayi Alile; General Manager, External Affairs & Communications, Seplat Petroleum Development Company, Dr. Chioma Nwachuku; Chief Consultant/Lead Strategist, TPT International, Mr. Tokunbo Modupe; and Group Director, Consumer & TMT Sector, africapractice, Mr. Hameed Abubakar.
Expected at this conference are public relations and communications professionals, economists, legislators, management experts and business leaders from across different sectors and industries in sub-Sahara Africa, civil servants and other stakeholders including the media.
Established in 1963, the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) is the not-for-profit professional association of Public Relations practitioners chartered by law to regulate and develop the public relations, public affairs and communication practice in Nigeria with functioning chapters in the 36 States of the Federation including the Federal Capital Territory.