The Programmes Officer of the United Nations Children Fund, Joannes Yimbesalu, spoke on this issue.
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Garba Abari, Director-General, NOA, made the plea during a visit to Eze Nwachukwu, Ezendigbo of Lagos State.
NBC Director-General Balarabe Ilelah made the call in Abuja during a stakeholders’ meeting.
Abari made this known in a statement issued by NOA Assistant Director of Press, Paul Odenyi in Abuja on Thursday.
The Director-General, NOA, Dr. Garba Abari, said this in an Eid-el-Kabir message to the Muslim Ummah in Nigeria on Friday.
The Director-General, NOA, Dr. Garba Abari, said this at the closing ceremony of the third session of training for fact-checkers
Esetang, who is a former Akwa Ibom Director, National Orientation Agency, made the disclosure at a one-day stakeholder interactive session for oil producing communities in Uyo on Wednesday.
Ngozi Ekeoba, Director of NOA in Imo, said this at a one-day youth summit with the theme: “Youth Participation in National Development”, held in Owerri on Thursday.
The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, made this known at an interactive session with the Senate Committee on Information and National Orientation alongside the 13-Member Ministerial Task Force on DSO project
In a motion on Tuesday 16th March 2021 on the floor of the House, entitled ‘Need to re-invigorate the National Orientation Agency (NOA) for Impactful Discharge of its Mandate’, Peller noted that the NOA, which was established in 1993 to re-orientate Nigerians on their general attitude and encourage them to take part actively and freely in discussions and decisions affecting their collective welfare, is currently incapacitated in discharging its constitutional responsibility of disseminating information and re-orientating Nigerians, particularly during critical periods.
In a message of caution, the Director General of NOA, Dr. Garba Abari, urged members of the public to take personal responsibility for their own protection from the pandemic and that of their families, noting that the increasing COVID-19 figures in Nigeria are the result of non-compliance to prevention protocols.
Gabdo made his thoughts known in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Yola on Saturday.
Abaribe said this when an NGO, International Day for Tolerance and Peace Promotion (ID4TAPP) visited him.
They spoke with the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos on Wednesday against the mayhem that followed #EndSARS protests, which was largely propelled by fake news.
He made the call during a training programme for Community Orientation and Mobilisation Officers (COMOs) by the NOA in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Water Resources in Niger State.
Garba Abari, the Director-General of NOA, made the appeal in a statement in Abuja.
The clarification was issued on Thursday in a statement.
Under the circumstance, Nigerian leaders have found it expedient to take steps to consciously dissuade the use of intemperate language that can inflame passion and cause anarchy in society. But this has to be done without encroaching on the fundamental principle of freedom of expression which democracy guarantees.
He said this on Wednesday while speaking on Sunrise Daily, a flagship programme on Channels Television
To this end, the Nwangele, Imo State Unit of the agency is engaging the Foundation to help educate rural dwellers in Nwangele and neighbouring communities on the measures to prevent the spread of the deadly Coronavirus Disease.