This information is contained in a letter signed by the CEO of SAGA Foundation, Amb. Shola Agboola, and the chairman of SAGA International Board of Advisors, Andrew Williams, Jr.
In the letter, the foundation explained that the Freelanews was chosen based on its strong values and respect for humanitarian services.
It noted, “I am pleased to inform you that Freelanews media platforms have been accepted to propagate the activities of SAGA in Nigeria. The decision to accept this collaborative partnership was premised on the strong value and respect that your organisation possesses for humanitarian services.”
The letter also stated that the official collaboration with be in effect for an initial period of two years from the date of this letter and may be extended thereafter depending on the decision of the management of SAGA Foundation.
Reacting to the development, the publisher of Freelanews.com, Victor Ojelabi, said that the appointment of his platform by the SAGA Foundation is a positive development that will further create awareness for the good works of the SAGA Foundation.
“We at Freelanews.com are proud to be associated with the SAGA Foundation. Its passion for bettering the society and their consistent humanitarian services is second to none in Nigeria and we are proud to contribute our quota in partnering with this foundation.
“We’re not only about reporting concise, accurate and breaking news at it happens, we are also big on reporting the good initiatives of organisations like this,” he said.
With the partnership, the Freelanews platform is expected to serve as a media platform for SAGA Foundation that will determine the best ways or strategies to raise awareness about SAGA activities in Nigeria, help publicize its events through the media, organise and arrange media conferences for the SAGA spokesperson when necessary, assist in promoting its image online and offline and help build long-term relationships with media influencers to promote SAGA as a Foundation.
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