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NSE President Visits BRITISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION (BBC)

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Media Strategy in Focus
Thursday 4th May, 2017

In an effort to step up visibility for the Society’s activities, the President of the Nigerian Society of Engineers, Engr. Otis Anyaeji, FNSE has launched a coordinated parley with local and international media organizations. In line with the plan, Anyaeji today, visited the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Abuja Bureau.

The President while discussing with the Editor of the Corporations’ Abuja Bureau, Mr. Naziru Mikai harped on the quality contributions by Nigerian Engineers to national development. He also talked about the series of sensitizations and advocacies embarked upon which if actualized will not only promote engineering and the profession but also positively impact the advancement of Nigeria.

Engr. Anyaeji, while commending the BBC for its objective reportage called on the media organization to take special interest in reporting the activities of NSE. He expressed the optimism that the views of the Nigerian Engineers aired on their platform will be easily heard and acted upon by the policy makers.

The BBC Abuja Bureau Editor, Mr. Naziru Mikai warmly welcome the President and the team of senior Engineers that accompanied him on the visit. He expressed excitement and promised that the BBC will partner with NSE by way of passing its messages to the global audience.

The President at the visit authorized the Vice President, Engr. T.S.G. Wudil, FNSE who granted an interview to the Hausa Section. According to the BBC Editor, NSE news beamed on the Hausa platform will be heard by 23 million listeners in West Africa alone.

The President also secured a full interview session which will take place very soon. Details will be disseminated to members in due course.

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Engr Adeniran Ibitoye (Kilomodemo), FNSE
Chair, Media & Publicity (M&P)
Nigerian Society of Engineers

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