Date
Friday 03 November 2017 -
09:00 to 16:30
Location
Victoria Island, Lagos

We hosted our first capacity building workshop for the media/press men in Nigeria on 3rd November, 2017.

The aim of this one-day master class was to improve and enhance the skills and knowledge of the press men to enable them deliver on their jobs competently and position themselves for opportunities within and outside the industry.

Event Sessions:

  • Personal branding for journalists: Journalism is not respected as it should be by corporate organizations and PR firms. This aspect of the workshop will show the journalists ways of packaging themselves and their careers as brands. 
  • Content Optimization for journalists in Nigeria: This session will offer the journalists required basic skills to optimize their content for the online space.
  • Conflict sensitive journalism: This session will aim to ensure journalists understand the effect of their work and roles during conflicts and can better appreciate how important their role is in a conflict. 
  • Collaborations in the media space – Nigerian media/International media: This aspect of the workshop will highlight the opportunities for collaboration and what the benefits are.

Meet our Facilitators

Peter Ogbu Okwoche

Senior Broadcast Journalist , BBC World News London

Peter Ogbu Okwoche is a broadcaster and has been in the broadcasting industry for 25 years, with over 14years of them spent at BBC.

He joined one of Nigeria's leading publications, Hints Magazine in February 1996. And in 2002, he resumed active broadcasting at Rhythm 93.7 FM.

While at Rhythm, he presented numerous programmes including the breakfast show, Morning Drive. In 2004, Peter's talents were snapped up by the world's leading broadcasting organisation the British Broadcasting Corporation.

Lampe Omoyele

Managing Director, 141 Worldwide

Lampe Omoyele is a respected marketing expert with over 25 years’ experience gained with leading multinational companies. 

Mr. Omoyele has held numerous leadership positions such as marketing director roles at Cadbury, Airtel, PZCussons and Glaxo SmithKline and Managing Director, Nielsen West Africa. He is currently Managing Director, 141 Worldwide and Co-creator, the Lucent Consulting Company

Lauratu Umar Abdulsalam

Media Engagement Advisor, Palladium

Lauratu is a Communication Specialist with expertise in Behavioral Change Communication and Media Development. She was the Component Manager for Media in the Nigerian Stability and Reconciliation Programme (NSRP), a five-year DFID funded programme which focused on Conflict Sensitive Communication in NSRP target states. She was a former staff of Lowe Lintas, Initiative Media, TPT, served at various times as General Manager (Brands & Marketing) at Leadership and Blueprint Newspapers.

Abasiama Idaresit

CEO/Founder, Wild Fusion

Abasiama Idaresit is a technology entrepreneur and CEO/Founder of the Wild Fusion,  Africa’s leading independent digital marketing organisation with operations in Kenya, Ghana and Nigeria.

Listed by Choiseul Institute Paris as one of Africa Economic Leaders for Tomorrow, Mr. Idaresit is known for bootstrapping his technology startup into a successful business across three African countries. A graduate of Information Systems from London School of Economics and MBA from Manchester Business School.