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8 Jan 2019
National Orientation Agency (NOA) has mobilised its staff across the country for sensitisation campaigns aimed at reducing void ballots during the general elections.
20 Dec 2018
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has vowed to sanction any political party that violates any section of the Electoral Act, saying that it has put machinery in motion to strictly monitor compliance by all parties. Speaking during the second Stakeholders Consultative meeting with the chairmen and secretaries of the 37 parties participating in the…
14 May 2018
The National Orientation Agency (NOA) has tasked governments at all levels to strengthen the campaign against drug abuse, which it said, has recently painted Nigeria in a negative light before the international community.
11 May 2018
The Director, National Orientation Agency (NOA), Oyo state, Mrs Dolapo Dosunmu, on Thursday urged eligible voters in the state to eschew apathy and participate actively in electoral activities. Dosunmu made the call while addressing residents of Egbeda and Ajorosun areas during a sensitisation on voter education, at Monatan, Ibadan. The theme of the programme is…
10 May 2018
The present National Orientation Agency (NOA) used to be known as Mass Mobilization for Self Reliance, Social Justice and Economic Recovery – MAMSER, for short. MAMSER was inaugurated on July 25, 1987 by the Ibrahim Babangida regime; and its published objectives included: 1) Propagation of the need to eschew all vices in public life, inclusive…
16 Sep 2017
Garba Abari called on traditional and religious leaders to use their positions to preach love, peace and tolerance while urging parents, especially mothers, to caution their children and keep them away from mischief-makers.
10 Aug 2017
Breast milk is easily digestible and well absorbed; it is safe and contains antibodies that help protect infants from common childhood illnesses, such as respiratory tract infections, diarrhoea and pneumonia, which are the two primary causes of child mortality worldwide.
16 Jun 2017
Religion has made a powerful contribution to social development throughout history. Social, moral, ethical and legal advances may well be measured against many of the spiritual values that various religions embrace.
1 Oct 2016
A Political Scientist and former Director General of the National Orientation Agency (NOA), Prof Elo Amucheazi said that at 56, Nigeria has continued to throttle because her leadership ...
17 Sep 2016
The National Orientation Agency (NOA) and the Central Bank of Nigeria( CBN), will embark on nationwide Sensitisation campaign to curb the abuse of Nigeria’s currencies.
11 Aug 2016
The chairman of Nigerian Union Of Journalists, Kogi State Council, Comrade Ali Atabor, has challenged the National Orientation Agency (NOA), to brace for its mandate of engaging the youths against anti-social activities and other vices.
29 Jul 2016
Director-General of National Orientation Agency (NOA), Mallam Garba Abari has admonished Muslim pilgrims to always reinforce Nigeria’s high profile in the international community through their conducts and behaviours during hajj activities.

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