Group Seeks Media Partnership For Coverage Of Symposium To Mark 2019 World Tuberculosis Day

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As part of efforts to increase sensitization of the disease and indeed commemorate the fast approaching world Tuberculosis Day scheduled to hold globally on Sunday 24th 2019, the Tuberculosis & Other Communicable Disease Foundation is seeking media partnership in terms of coverage.


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The group in an invite availed BlackBox Nigeria yesterday, appealed to well-meaning media organizations to make viral the programme of the group scheduled to hold on Tuesday 26th March 2019 by 10:00am at the Lagos State Youth Centre, Ita-Elewa Ikorodu to mark the annual event.



As perks of covering the event, media houses are assured that their various logos will appear in all printings by the group as media partners.


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BlackBox Nigeria also gathered that as first to take the plunge, Woman FM 91.7, an online media outlet was revealed by the group to have accepted the offer and can now be said as the group’s media partner.


See the full invite,


We kindly request for your partnership towards our programme meant to commemorate the World TB Day by airing our activities in your news bulleting. In turn, your logo will appear in all our printings as our media partner. While we have secured the partnership of Woman FM 91.7, an online media outlet like yours will allow the TB message reach more audience and by this, we are making the world safe for all of us.


The World Tuberculosis Day officially holds on Sunday 24th March 2018. However, our symposium holds as scheduled bellow:

DATE: Tuseday 26th March, 2019

VENUE: Lagos State Youth Centre Ita-Elewa Ikorodu

TIME: 10am



We thank you in anticipation for a favourable response.


World Tuberculosis Day, observed on 24 March each year, is designed to build public awareness about the global epidemic of tuberculosis and efforts to eliminate the disease. The theme for this year’s World TB Day is “IT’S TIME.”


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