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    IT IS THE LAW
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CONFERENCE OF DIRECTORS 2018

Welcome to Nigerian Institute of Public...

WELCOME TO THE NIGERIAN INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS (NIPR) The Nigerian Institute of...

ABOUT THE NIGERIAN INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS

Established in 1963, Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) the professional body of...

NIPR OBJECTIVES

    To promote and develop the art and science of Public Relations practice in...

GOVERNANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

As the centre of policy initiatives, NIPR’s 22-member Governing Council which is elected every two...

NIPR HISTORY

Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) hitherto known as the Public Relations Association...