Bauchi NIPR plants trees to celebrate 60th anniversary 

 The Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) Bauchi state chapter has planted 60 trees in Bauchi metropolis to support the state government in mitigating climate change as part of NIPR’s 60th anniversary.

Chairman of the chapter, Rabiu Wada, during the tree-planting campaign, stated that the move was part of NIPR’s 60th anniversary celebration in Bauchi which would make significant strides in combating deforestation, promoting afforestation, and fostering environmental sustainability.

Wada added that the activities lined up for the silver jubilee include media engagement, road walk, handpicking beverage cans and water sachets and assured that the chapter would continue to collaborate with communities at the grassroots and plant more trees in communities to mitigate climate change.

“These initiatives would demonstrate the power of collective action and community engagement in addressing environmental challenges and building greener, healthier communities.

“We have planted 60 trees in Bauchi Metropolis today to mitigate climate change within the community. There is visitations to orphanage and correctional centers, award presentations to notable persons among others,” he said.

The Bauchi state Commissioner of Housing and Environment, Danlami Kawule, lauded the effort of the institution to curb the menace of deforestation in the state and said the administration of Governor Bala Mohammed is enjoying a cordial relationship with the institution in various areas of human life.

Kawule pledged for continued partnership between the state government and the NIPR as professional image makers and reputation- building managers for the promotion of the laudable achievements of the present administration.