June 12 Cultural Center to Host Historic Nigeria Public Relations Week 2024 - EDU-BIZNEWS


Tuesday, March 5, 2024

June 12 Cultural Center to Host Historic Nigeria Public Relations Week 2024

 A picturesque morning in the heart of Abeokuta, the Rock City. The day unfolds with its own unique rhythm as the sun spreads its golden rays over the city. The harmonious birdsong symphony accompanies you as you make your way through the streets coming alive with early risers.
It is the 22nd of April 2024, and the air hums with anticipation as you step into the serene grounds of the historic June 12 Cultural Centre where the largest gathering of professionals will converge to engage in thought provoking conversations focused on the vital role of public relations in driving economic and reputation renaissance.

The June 12 Cultural Centre was renovated by the Ogun State Government in 2012 and named as a tribute to the man behind the June 12, 1993 presidential election. The emergence of Chief MKO Abiola as president was an expression of the aspiration of Nigerians for a socio-political renaissance, a reprieve from the decades of dictatorial military rule.
Nigerians fought valiantly for their right to choose their leaders in the wake of the infamous annulment of the elections. The resilience and courage demonstrated during the struggle etched the date, June 12 which is now recognized as Democracy Day in our collective memory.
As we gather for the inaugural Nigeria Public Relations Week (NPRW2024), there is no better setting for the intellectual exchange, artistic performances, and community gatherings than the June 12 Cultural Center which embodies the spirit of unity, progress, and dialogue. We will be inspired by the courage and resilience that still echo within the impressive blend of cultural richness and modern architecture to design sustainable solutions for the economic and reputation renaissance of our great nation.

Indeed, the rock city is about to rock as Public Relations professionals, thought leaders, and enthusiasts convene for the week-long NPRW2024 from Monday, April 22 to Friday, April 26, 2024!
According to Victoria Uwadoka-a public relations expert, there is no better place to be during those dates than the June 12 Cultural Centre! Join us for a week of learning, networking, and meaningful dialogue. Let us shape the future of Public Relations together! We are Proudly Public Relations #proudlypublicrelations.
Here is what awaits you at NPRW2024:
• Insightful Discussions: Engage in thought-provoking conversations on Public Relations trends, challenges, and innovations.

• Skill Workshops: Sharpen your Public Relations skills through interactive workshops led by industry experts.
• Networking Opportunities: Connect with fellow professionals, potential clients, and mentors.
• Cultural Showcases: Experience the rich cultural heritage of Abeokuta through music, dance, and art.
For registration, visit at www.niprng.org.ng, and for enquiries, please reach us by email at prweek@niprng.org.ng and by telephone at 08024601522, 08051288588, 08052797392, 08033928385.

About NIPR: The Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) was established in 1963 and attained the status of a Chartered Institute in June 1990. It regulates the PR profession, monitors professional conduct, and promotes excellence in communication.

For media inquiries, please contact: prweek@niprng.org.ng

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