NIPR Launches “Citizens Charter” for ‘National Integration’
Though the task of rebuilding Nigeria is demanding, the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations, NIPR, says it is ready to join efforts with the government and other well-meaning Nigerians, to drive the process to a logical conclusion.
President of the Institute, Mal. Mukhtar Sirajo, gave the assurance at a press conference on the forthcoming ‘Citizens Summit for National Integration, Peace and Security,’ which NIPR is hosting together with some partners.
The grand finale of the Summit will be held next week Tuesday, 23rd and Wednesday 24th, August, 2022 at the International Conference Centre, in Abuja.
Sirajo, explained that the whole idea of the Summit is to activate the process of rebuilding a new Nigeria that works, based on raising the new Nigerians that will build the new Nigeria.
He said their Institute is undertaking the project in collaboration with 70 other organizations, who share the same vision and hope of a greater Nigeria.
According to the NIPR President, the Citizens Summit is expected to come up with creative ideas, sustainable solutions, and implementable outcomes.
“To this end we have engaged core professionals to document the entire summit processes and ensure that, we have a comprehensive and implementable report of the summit.
“One of the major outcomes is the initiation of a “Citizens Charter”, which focuses on national reconciliation, integration, and development,” he said.
Mal. Mukhtar, further noted that their NIPR is concerned about rising insecurity in the country, and calls on both state and non-state actors to intensify collaborations and redouble efforts towards ensuring the effective protection and security of lives and property in Nigeria.
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