Secondary school principal vows to personally lead advocacy campaign for NOUN


The Principal, Enoghi Secondary School, Ikom, Cross River State, Mr. Nicholas Egom Ogar, has pledged to personally lead the advocacy campaign of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) in his community and its environs.

Ogar, who made the undertaking in his welcome address to the NOUN advocacy campaign delegation to his school on Tuesday, 28 September, 2021, expressed great delight at the visit and commended the management of the university in Ikom for extending the sensitisation exercise to his school.

The place of self-advocacy in NOUN's visibility


Recently, the former Head of the Department of Mass Communication, National Open University of Nigeria, Dr. Chidinma Henrietta Onwubere, on her own volition, took an advocacy campaign to her church, the Church of Holy Trinity, Lugbe Archdeaconry, Kubwa Diocese of Abuja, to create awareness about NOUN activities in her church during the youth harvest programme.

Ikom centre woos the military on enrolment


The Ikom Community Centre of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), Ikom, Cross River State, has taken its advocacy campaign to the military and paramilitary formations in the city.

The centre director, Dr. Edwin Bassey, on Wednesday, 23 September, 2021 led his advocacy team to the 245 Recce Battalion of the Nigerian Army at Afi Barracks, Ikom, to publish the gospel of Open and Distance Learning (ODL) mode of instructional delivery as promoted by NOUN.