A health care and anti-cancer campaign Non-govermental organisation, OCI Foundation which First Lady, Aisha Buhari is currently partnering with in its quest to reduce the spread of breast, cervical and other forms of cancer in the country has unveiled Alex Nwankwo as its PR Strategist and Publicist.
He was unveiled on Sunday May 1, 2022, after months of exciting association which OCI Foundation has enjoyed with him.
Alex Nwankwo, popularly known as “AlexReports” is a Public Relations Expert, Media Practitioner, Multi-Media Consultant and Journalist/Author/Writer.
AlexReports has, for years, shown enviable mastery of the publicity art, and demonstrated outstanding capacity to deliver valuable and quality service to clients. He is a renowned publicist, image maker, media entrepreneur and influencer.
He currently serves as the lead media consultant to several local and international organisations, multinational agencies, individuals, brands, celebrities, politicians, and public institutions within and outside the country. Some of these include the Federation of West African Freelance Journalists Association (where he holds sway as the Media Director) and the West African ECOWAS Youth Council (where he is equally the country Media Director).
The President and Founder of OCI Foundation, Chris Ifediora expressed gratitude for having Alex Nwankwo in the team, saying it will give the organisation the millage it desires.
The project, Arm Our Youths Health Campaign Against Breast and Cervical Cancers which is in collaboration with NYSC formed part of activities marking the 2022 International Day of Cancer.
The gathering was aimed at rewriting history as well as creating a new generation who will be better off than their parents and grandparents in health, education, morals and leadership.
Recently, OCI Foundation launched a free Cancer screening center in Abuja which is expected to be replicated in six geopolitical zones of the country in coming years.
OCI Foundation has commenced moves to ensure that a Bill seeking the inclusion of cancer education in secondary and tertiary institution curriculum is passed into law.