Creative industry group partners NAN

Speaking on the activities of the group, CIG President, Duke said that the group was formed to see to the welfare of the members and look for ways of improving them.

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Felix Duke – President, Creative Industry Group (CIG)

President of the Creative Industry Group (CIG), Felix Duke, has announced a partnership between the CIG and the foremost news agency in Africa; News Agency of Nigeria (NAN). Duke explained that the partnership aimed at creating media publicity for the CIG publicity was brokered when the delegation of the Nigeria Union of Journalist (NUJ) NAN chapter, led by its Chairman, Mr. Yusuf Yinus and other executives paid a courtesy call at the CIG Office at Abule Egba, Lagos.

The NAN delegation was received by the President of CIG, Amb. Felix Duke and his Executives, including Pupa Oritz Wiliki, Nollywood actor and producer, Emeka Ossai, Diva Lady Capriz and Diva Toyosi Ololade. The President of NUJ NAN chapter, Yinus, however offered to assist the group in whatever way in their capacity.

Speaking on the activities of the group, CIG President, Duke said that the group was formed to see to the welfare of the members and look for ways of improving them.

“We at CIG are ecstatic with the visit coming at a time we are looking forward to seeing that the interest of our members is well protected. CIG as a group has embarked on different projects to help within ourselves especially for those in the creative space. We have our estate projects and other projects like Life Insurance policy, Health and Accident Insurance and we have also given out Closed User Group (CUG) line for our members’’ he said.

Duke further disclosed that the CIG would not rest on its oars until the group was pushed to the intended enviable height for the welfare of its members.

“These are the things we want to be engaging in as a group, to seek for positive partnerships that will further boost the image of the group. Our CIG festivals is fast approaching and we need publicity, thanks be to God that we have an organisation like NAN willing to partner with us in the area of publicity. For us in the CIG, I am sure that better days are ahead of us,” he added.

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