Budding Lagos Public Relations agency, Media Panache NG (MPN) has landed on online encyclopedia, Wikipedia, barely 10 months after it commenced operations.
MPN confirmed the Wikipedia feature with a short but exciting tweet sent out on Sunday “Go check us out on wikipedia here ➡ https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Media_Panache_Nigeria.”
The agency which launched in March 2015, popped up on Wikipedia showing off an outstanding portfolio.
MPN background read in part:
“In March 2016, Timilehin Bello a former PR Executive with BlackHouse Media, a Nigerian public relations consulting firm, founded and commenced operations on a new PR firm, Media Panache Nigeria, via Whatsapp with a total number of six staff.
” In May 2016, operations were moved to an office space situated at Abisogun Leigh, Ogba, Ikeja, Lagos
“The agency has since worked with a number of personalities in Nigeria and the United States, including American TV magazine program; Turning Point, on-air personality Yaw, Nollywood actress Fathia Balogun, Korede Bello, Mercy Aigbe, Funny Bone, Bash, Right Entertainment, Emperor Baywood Ibe, Ossy Achievas, Alibaba, MTN Foundation, Simplified Corporate Logistics, Bunmi Davies, Solidstar, WFM, Bank of Industry, Billionaire Bet, and a host of others”.
According to Wikipedia, MPN has in the space of 10 months also handled the briefs for some major Nigerian concerts and festivals; including OLIC ,3 Thrones, Alibaba’s January 1st Concert, One Africa Music Festival conference, the maiden edition of Ile-Ife’s historical and cultural festival Otisese and others exerting both traditional and new media in executing its services.
Between, December 2016 and January 2017, MPN made two powerful moves; first the release of thought-provoking photos #ANewDawnForNaija which depicted the hardship Nigerians encountered in 2016 yet passed a message of hope for the coming days.
The second move was the commencement of ‘Inspire Youngsters’, a senaitization programmed aimed at imbuing school kids with moral and social ethics in a contemporary age which kicked off with Christ the King International School, Gbagada in January.
MPN CEO Timilehin Bello also confirmed the Wiki feature with a tweet: “I thank God for @MediaPanacheng – https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Media_Panache_Nigeria.”