New communication strategies that would help to showcase the successes recorded by the Bureau of Public Service Reforms, BPSR has been unveiled.
This came as the Director General of BPSR, Mr. Dasuki Arabi observed that though the Bureau had carried out extensive work in government, the successes recorded were not known by the public.
A statement by BPSR’s Assistant Communication and Information Officer, Umar Aliyu said Credo Advisory, a leading development communications firm specializing in strategic, operational, and tactical communications initiatives on Thursday unveiled strategies for BPSR to showcase the successes it has recorded in helping to drive critical reforms in the Nigerian public service.
According to the statement, Credo Advisory’s Communication Manager, Mr. Sanumi Dawodu who led a delegation to visit the BPSR corporate office at the Federal Secretariat in Abuja, submitted that the Bureau has achieved tremendous feats in terms of launching reform-policies for various Ministries, Departments and Agencies, MDAs, at the federal level.
He however, said: “There is lack of publicity for the successes you have recorded. Among other things, your presence in various social media platforms is also something you need to work on”.
Dawodu, assured that when a Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, is signed between Credo Advisory and BPSR, the communication challenges faced by the Bureau would be tackled.
In his response, the DG BPSR, Mr. Dasuki Arabi, said working with organisations such as Credo Advisory was necessary to ensure that information officers understood their roles and responsibilities in information dissemination to the public, and publicizing the activities of BPSR.