While digitization has changed the face of communications and media practice ,globally, the coronavirus (C-19) pandemic forced a paradigm shift in the new normal. These trends have created mixed results and thinking in the discharge of duties among corporate communications managers of government maritime and transport parastatals in Nigeria.
MMS Plus is undertaking a special report on their style, strategy, impact, weaknesses and how they affect the future of the industry and the parastatals, which are: Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency(NIMASA), Nigerian Ports Authority(NPA), Nigerian Shippers’ Council(NSC), Nigerian Railway Corporation(NRC), Maritime Academy of Nigeria(MAN), Council for the Regulation of Freight Forwarding in Nigeria(CRFFN), National Inland Waterways Authority(NIWA), Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology(NITT), Nigeria Customs Service(NCS).
The report will x-ray the role of corporate communications management in relations to enthroning a new port order and a sustainable maritime regime in Nigeria. A survey so far showed that there are baby-sitter, active and hyper -active Corporate Communications Managers. Their challenges and solutions will be explored.