The Outdoor Advertising Association of Nigeria (OAAN) has announced Dr. Joseph Bel-Molokwu of Pan Atlantic University and former Registrar of Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria (APCON) as the keynote speaker at its 36th Annual General Meeting (AGM) holding on Friday, June 25, 2021 in Abeokuta, Ogun State.
The AGM which has the theme: ”Corporate Governance & Business Continuity amidst Security & Economic Threats” is scheduled to take place at Conference Hotel, 1, Gold Road, Presidential Boulevard, Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta, Ogun State by 10:00am.
Speaking on the AGM, Publicity Secretary of OAAN, Tunde Oyekan, said the 2021 OAAN is coming with different style and organization based on the choice of the speaker this year.
”We have carefully selected one of the best brains in the marketing communication industry who will thoroughly do justice to the theme of the day. The event is proudly supported by the Ogun State Government while some notable OAAN members have thrown their weights behind the event in different categories.
”These members include New Crystal Communications, Moto Media, Gems Communications, Scout Media, Optimum Exposures, Plural Media, Arith and Paul, Rainbow Advertising Technologies, Favour Pulley and Francis Still Waters, he said.”
The highpoint of the programme will be the dissolution of current executive council, election of member of the new Executive Council, this will be after the consideration and acceptance of the presidential, secretarial and financial reports together with the audited financial statements of the association for the year ended 31st December, 2020.
The meeting will also consider the auditors’ report, the reports of committees and approve the admission of new member-companies.
OAAN was formally known as OACAN-Outdoor Advertising Contractors Association of Nigeria, formed in 1964 with the primary objective of constituting a body to deal with the Government.
Today the association has grown in stature and expanded its scope beyond the single objective of meeting government on regulations that might be inimical to the growth and practice of the industry.