the staff and management of Fresh FM over the death of its General
Manager, Mr David Ajiboye, describing the news as a rude shock to
The State Commissioner for Information and Values Orientation, Hon
Akin Omole, led the team which composed the Chief Press Secretary to
the Governor, Mr Yinka Oyebode, Senior Special Assistant to the
Governor on Public Affairs, Chief Niyi Ojo, and Senior Special
Assistant to the Governor on Electronic Media, Mr Kanmi Olatoye.
Hon Omole described the late Ajiboye as a responsible young man who
had interacted well with both the government and the people of the
state in the course of discharging his duty.
According to Mr Omole, Ajiboye was a highly cerebral and professional
journalist who handled the station with high level of professionalism.
The Commissioner, who attested to the brilliance with which Ajiboye
handled his duty as Head of Station, described Fresh FM, Ado-Ekiti as
one of the best visionary and professional private radio stations in
He charged the family and staff of the station to take solace in God
and move on as an organization to ensure that the legacy the late
General Manager craved for when he was alive was maintained.
“We are here to represent the government of Ekiti over the
unfortunate incident that occurred yesterday. We want to say on behalf
of the state government that we are deeply sorry for the sad
occurrence. it came as a shock to all of us.
“It is so sad but we have to forge ahead and I pray that the Lord will
give us the fortitude to bear the loss. The Lord will comfort the
family and members of the organization. The best we can do to his
memory is to also forge ahead and to ensure that the station does not
die and the professionalism that he brought to the work should be
sustained” Mr Omole said.
Responding, a Senior member of staff of the organization, Mr Tope
Oyinsan expressed the station’s appreciation to Ekiti state government
for the prompt visit. He described the late Ajiboye as someone whose
hallmark is professionalism.
Oyinsan however assured that the legacy of excellence which the late
General Manager left behind would be sustained in the organisation’s
service to the good people of the state.
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