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NIMN Inducts 19 New Fellows


NIMN president, Ganiyu A. Koledoye. Image source marketingworldmag

NIMN president, Ganiyu A. Koledoye. Image source marketingworldmag

THE National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria (NIMN) has elevated 19 of its members to Fellows of the Institute. They were conferred the award in Lagos by the new President and Chairman of the Council of the Institute, Mr. Ganiyu Koledoye, who also used the opportunity to commend the leadership team for creating a new direction for the institute.

Some of the new fellows include Onyebuchi Onubogu, Kolawole Samuel, Pst Dr. Benson Ogbonna (JP), Sir Isele Paschal Darlington Omondia, Adenike Olufade, Oluseyi Kolawole, Dr. Anyaogu Peter, Maguabuchi, Mrs. Omolola Daniels, Michael Apkofure Umogun, Jennifer Osaseri Anazado, Nkemakolam Ndubuisi Okoro, Doja Ekeruche, and Dr. Rosetta Bola Thompson, among others.

Koledoye, who recently emerged the President of the Institute after defeating Mr. Tony Agenmonmen during its annual general meeting in Kaduna commended the new Fellows and charged them to ensure that they maintain the integrity the institute is noted for.

One of the new Fellows, Mrs. Adenike Onifade commended the Institute for upholding the ethics of professional marketing excellence in Nigeria.

“We are indeed very elated to be inducted as fellows in NIMN. The Nigerian marketing space can only benefit from this exercise because as fellows in our humble rights, we are adequately poised to take the practice of marketing to enviable heights,” she said.

Also speaking, a Fellow and marketing expert, Mr. John Ajayi said  considering some of the actions that have been taken so far, it was obvious  that the new president would offer great hope for practitioners as well as other stakeholders.

Another new Fellow, Michael Umogun, who was highly delighted on the occasion, said the conferment offers him the greatest responsibility to continue to do more in uplifting the profession. He said it was a great opportunity to be found worthy of such honour by the Institute.

The National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria was established by an Act of in 2003 to regulate marketers and marketing practice in Nigeria.

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