CBN, APAAC Collaborate to Grow Advertising Prefession

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As part of its effort to improve its partnership with advertising ppractitioners in the country, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has pledged to collaborate with the Advertising Practitioners’ Association, Abuja Chapter (APAAC).

APAAC members at the CBN

The Director, Corporate Communications Department Mr Isaac Okorafor made the statement when he received Alhaji Ibrahim Aliyu, the chairman, and other members of APAAC.

Alhaji Aliyu told Mr Okoroafor that APAAC members were on the visit to thank the management of Central Bank of Nigeria through her Corporate Communication Department, for the support of CBN in all our programs and solicited for continued  support from the apex bank.

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He also, noted that the recent APAAC election brought the new executive members with a three point agenda of growing APAAC, Professionalism and Entrepreneurship.

In his response Mr Okoroafor said that the will recommend a representative to the APAAC monthly meetings that comes up every first Wednesday of the month.

He also pledged that staff of the Communication Department of CBN will attend all relevant APCON seminars and also identify with APAAC at all times.

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