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PUSH NEWS 24 INTERNATIONAL : December 1st, 2021

Prince Olalekan Ojo Martins


Prince Olamilekan Ojo Martins, the Chief Responsibility Officer of Push Communications Media LLC owners of Push News 24 International and Initiator of Amuwo Odofin “Man of the Year Awards” have been confirmed and nominated into the prestigious Amuwo Odofin 50 Most Influential Persons 2021 (Youth Edition).

In the letter of confirmation of nomination by the organisers of the annual award the Amuwo Odofin 50 Most Influential people in the community accords recognition to people whose ideas, legacies have contributed to peaceful transformation of community and socio-econominc development.

According to a release awardees were placed in about 5 sub-categories reflecting their areas of competence and influence ; these includes Business, Community Leadership, Politics, philanthrophy and Icons.

Commenting on the recognition and his acceptance, Martins appreciated the organisers who he described are of high moral standards and unquestionably integrity in all ramifications for confirming his nomination amongst several hundreds nominated. According to him, “As a PR practitioner I understand the crucial role awards of this nature plays in strengthening community relationships between corporate organisations, residents and their stakeholders”

We are honoured to not only receive this award but to have been nominated alongside other outstanding personalities. We remain committed to improving quality of life on a sustainable basis through our professional conducts.” he added.

Push News 24 International reports that, Prince Olalekan Ojo Martins is a Chartered Member of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations, (MNIPR) and Media Officer for Amuwo Odofin TV Online. Also as an Internationally Chartered Public Relations Practitioner, Certified Communications Forensic Expert- and Multi-media professional he has continually used his professional tools of over 18 years to advance the course of achieving a sustainable socio-economic and communal atmosphere that is geared towards an improving the society. Martins has always maintained his uprightness and very involved in most socio-political activities at the grassroot that requires quality thinking, planning and strategy.

Having sat at the top achelon of several think-tank and strategic campaign teams of corporate Organisations and corporate brands, Martins has also brought his professional proficiency towards specifically branding aspirants for political offices.

A prolific youth catalyst, peer educator, writer, social commentator and researcher, the marketing communication graduate who is a core sanguine, also has as his God-Given assets, great oratory and entertainment skills, this has also stood him out among his peers. As a deliberate attempt towards expanding his professional frontiers, Martins plans in a few years to run a full fledged radio and TV station, a platform which has already began via his company, Push Communications Media which is a 21st Century avante-garde Public Relations and Multimedia concern with focus on Public Relations, Advertising, Broadcast Journalism, Media Entrepreneurship, Multimedia, Events, Image Management.

Prince humanitarian efforts has led to the formation of the Ojo GO Foundation and Greater Nigeria Movement in Diaspora, a socio-economic movement aimed at seeking the coporations of stakeholders abroad towards addressing societal challenges in Nigeria, This gestures he has also extended to Nigeria with the donations of free jamb forms and scholarships to indigent persons since 2016.

Prince Olalekan Ojo Martins is a Christian who loves to swimming and travel and believer of a greater Nigeria.

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National integration: NIPR urges Nigerians to bridge trust gap

PUSH NEWS 24 INTERNATIONAL : November 18 the, 2021

By Peter Uwumarogie

The Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) has called on Nigerians to bridge the trust gap among the different ethnic groups in order to realise the country’s full potentials.

Malam Mukhtar Sirajo, NIPR President and Chairman in council, made the call at the North-East Citizens Summit for National Integration, Peace and Security, organised by the institute, in Gombe on Thursday.

Sirajo said that the Nigerians should also dialogue more to address threats to national integration.

He stated that the essence of the summit was to engage citizens on non-violent communication toward resolving issues that have stunted the growth of the country
According to him, trust building and dialoguing on issues of national unity and peace are key to integration as a nation.

The NIPR president said that Nigerians were once peace lovers and tolerant people, but queried, “how did we lose this? We must re-trace our step and build trust again.

“We must talk to one another, leaders must also listen to the people so that we all can move forward as a nation,” he said.

Sirajo decried the high level of mistrust amongst Nigerians and appealed to them to trust one another and lay aside issues that divided the country along ethnic and religious lines.

“We are worried by the deteriorating nature of relations in the country, the ever widening trust gap between leaders and the led as well as amongst Nigerians.

“Our relations in the past used to be better, we considered one another as one and we were blind to issues of ethnicity, tribalism and religious differences,” he said.

Sirajo further said that questions such as; where is he or she from? What religion, ethnic group is he or she were part of the problems of the country.

“These questions have done a lot of damage to our reputation and cohesion as a country, hence the stakeholders’ engagement to provide an avenue for Nigerians to dialogue for possible solutions,” he added.

The guest speaker, Prof. Andrew Haruna, a former Vice Chancellor, Federal University Gashua (FUGA), Yobe, said that with globalisation and constant contact, there was the need for understanding through dialogue.

Haruna said that dialogue was needed in ensuring understanding which would ultimately promote peaceful coexistence in Nigeria.

He called on the people to love more, preach peace and live peacefully.

The guest speaker urged the governments to invest more in education and promote inclusiveness in driving issues of governance.

He also appealed to the people of the North-East to support their state governments in promoting peace and enhancing development.

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