Nigeria CDC #SituationRoom Radio Programme Airs at 5:30PM Today (every Tuesday)

27 November, 2018

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From: NCDC Communications <comms@ncdc.gov.ng>

Date: 26 November 2018 at 4:42:30 PM WAT

To: all@ncdc.gov.ng

Subject: [All2] [All] NCDC #SituationRoom Radio Programme Airs at 5:30PM Today (edited)

Dear Colleagues,

Last week we commenced a radio programme, NCDC Situation Room, to share with Nigerians and the world the amazing work you are doing at NCDC. The programme will also educate Nigerians about infectious diseases affecting us and how we can protect ourselves.

NCDC #SituationRoom will air TODAY at 5:30pm.

The programme airs every Monday at 5:30PM (WAT) on Radio Nigeria Network Service nationwide. The programme also broadcasts live online via radionigeria.gov.ng or http://protostar.shoutca.st:8710/index.html?sid=1, and can be listened to on PC and Phones.

The first edition of the radio Programme is currently available online via https://soundcloud.com/ncdcgov/episode-1-nigeria-preparedness-to-disease....

We ask that you join the programme TODAY and also share with your network, as we continue to work protecting the health of Nigerians. Use the attached image and the draft post below to share on your social media platforms:

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Join the NCDC radio programme, #SituationRoom, to Learn more about what NCDC does, and about infectious diseases in Nigeria. Join NCDC #SituationRoom on Radio Nigeria network service every Monday by 530PM WAT.

Listen Online: radionigeria.gov.ng or protostar.shoutca.st:8710/index.html?sid=1.

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Regards,

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Communications Unit

Nigeria Centre for Disease Control

E-mail: comms@ncdc.gov.ng

Administrative Headquarters:

Plot 801, Ebitu Ukiwe Street,

Jabi, Abuja, Nigeria.

www.ncdc.gov.ng

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