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Flood Control in Nigeria: McEnies wins deal with FCDO, UK Met Office - NaijaAgroNet

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McEnies Global Communications has achieved a new feat with the sealing a contract with UK Met Office to develop improved communications practices on weather information and work out meaningful communication strategies to mitigate against perennial flooding in Nigeria, reports NaijaAgroNet.
New feat for McEnies, secures FCDO, UK Met deal on Nigeria’s flood control - ITREALMS
The project which is being sponsored by UK Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) will bring together several relevant government agencies, like Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet), National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA), Nigeria Hydrological Services Agency (NIHSA), National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), etc while also engaging in some desk-based research and consultations.

The team will come together to co-develop improved communications products and protocols to reach the most vulnerable flood prone States and communities like Bayelsa, Lagos, Kebbi, Oyo, Kogi etc, to allow them make life-changing decisions.

The project is expected to last for 6 months and it will cover all the 36 states of Nigeria including FCT, Abuja.

During this period McEnies Global c is expected to professionally liaise with Nigeria's local media across all channels, under a painstaking high-level engagement with government delegates and agencies that are crucial for the success of the well-intentioned project.

This upwardly mobile wholly owned Nigerian company, McEnies Global Communications that is known with vast expertise in strategic, integrated marketing services and digital marketing secured this deal with FCDO and UK Met Office in September, 2023 a confirmation from the company has revealed.

Met Office, is the United Kingdom's national weather service and an executive agency and trading fund of the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology. It's also known for making meteorological predictions across all timescales from weather forecasts to climate change.
New feat for McEnies, secures FCDO, UK Met deal on Nigeria’s flood control - ITREALMS
Speaking about its latest feat in blue cheap clientele expansion, the CEO of McEnies Global Communications, Omolaraeni Olaosebikan said the latest milestone would enable the firm to continue to create a cohesive creative communications solution and further strengthen the agency’s ability to offer clients in Nigeria and outside Nigeria value for their money with premium and enduring satisfaction.

She also said that sealing a deal with UK FCDO and UK Met Office is a confirmation of her company’s commitment to enhance its communication service offering for clients across the globe.

“Nigeria is one of the biggest economies in sub-Saharan Africa and creates opportunities for an innovative communications firm such as McEnies Global Communications.

“We will not rest on our oars in making use of our global network advantages, coupled with our local professional services experience, to provide strategic communications support to all our clients and of course our fresh contractual agreement with FCDO and UK Met Office to work out communication protocol that can help to mitigate against perennial flooding in Nigeria, and as well create a new conversation and right message with preferred language among vulnerable segments of the society will no doubt project us to the world as a competent and reliable outfit whose integrity, moral rectitude and Jack for excellence can never be compromised.

“This meritorious rise for us as a brand at McEnies Global Communications by dint of hardwood validates our strength in doing what we know how to do best and we are also committed to expand frontiers of integrated marketing communication, unlock more opportunities, break barriers and deepen customers' satisfaction whilst also putting into cognizance industry standards and codes of ethics in tandem with global best practices,” she said.

Pius Okirika/Editor

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