Moving Image Limited offers services as communications consultant. It has served many clients with excellent record. Some of the clients are:

We developed and implemented the media campaigns for Intercellular in Kano, Kaduna, Abuja and Maiduguri. Also, we handled the Intercellular hosting of the internationally acclaimed Malian singer, Oumou Sangare, for musical concerts in Kaduna and Abuja.



EVENT MANAGEMENT: We handled successful events on behalf of our clients. The 2006 First Kano Economic Summit, under the auspices of Kano Peace and Development Initiative (KAPEDI) was the starting point. In the same year, we handled the National Cotton Rebirth Program lunched by President Olusegun Obasanjo in Kaduna. We organized the 58th Meeting of the Chief Executive of Tertiary Hospitals in Nigeria tagged Katsina 2008. In 2009, we organized the Global Agric Exhibition in conjunction with the Kano Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (KACCIMA). The event attracted the attendance of the First Lady, Hajiya Turai Ýaradua, Dame Patience Jonathan, twelve governors” wives and about 15,000 visitors/exhibitors.

• The World Bank assisted National Urban Water Sector Reform Program in the Federal Ministry of Water Resources commissioned Moving Image Limited to serve as the communications consultant. We were assigned the job of conducting a Public Opinion Research Study in Kano state to ensure dialogue and promote understanding on the water reform  program and Private Sector Participation (PSP). The result was designing a communications strategy to drive the reform.


national-planning-commission-702x336The National Planning Commission (NPC) engaged Moving Image Limited  on a media consultancy job to promote  the Nigeria Vision 20:2020. It was to conduct baseline survey and help in designing a communication strategy to facilitate stakeholder understanding, buy-in and support across Nigeria.


• The United Kingdom’s Department for International Development (DFID) through the State and Local Government Programme (SLGP) funded a 13 part radio drama series titled “Abinda Ka Shuka” that was produced and directed by Moving Image Limited. It was about stories of challenges, expectations and resolutions cast within the context of Jigawa State Empowerment and Development Strategy (J-SEEDS). Also, the company worked for SLGP on its other radio program “Hannu Daya” that won a Commonwealth Award. The radio program was mainly to promote better communications between people and government. We equally designed and printed the quarterly SLGP Reform News publication.


• The United Nations’ UN–HABITAT under the auspices of the Nigerian Urban Forum commissioned Moving Image Limited to conduct a city consultation on public–private partnership in the provision of urban service in Tarauni local government area of Kano state of Nigeria. Over 400 stakeholders attended including the Director General of the  UN–HABITAT.



ashakaMoving Image Limited conducted a survey for Ashaka Cement PLC on its staff as part of the ‘Tomorrow Day’ that was held in Kaduna. We sampled workers’ opinions, correlated the data, analyzed it and presented it at the forum.


• Due to frequent motor cycle accidents in Kano state, it culminated in establishing an accident ward at the Murtala Muhammad Specialist Hospital. Moving Image Limited was given the job to sensitize motor cycle riders on road safety measures to help in reducing accident rates. Three workshops were consequently organized in Wudil, Dawakin Kudu and Gwarzo with a total number of 1,200 attendance. Resource Persons were drawn from the Nigeria Police Force (NPF), Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) and the Council of Islamic Scholars.

BIF/DFID: The business innovation Facility (BIF) is a UK based DFID project that employed our service to produce 13 episodes of an agricultural radio programme (Noma Abokin Tafiyar Zamani) that was broadcast on KSMC AM Radio in Kaduna. Following that, we were engaged to make presentations in Kano, Abuja and Lagos in the Sustainable Agricultural Radio Programme Workshop in 2017. The idea is to promote the radio programming template used in the Kaduna pilot programme in order to reach 100,000 farming families across Nigeria