Barely two months of commissioning Agidigbo FM a private radio station in Ibadan by the state governor, Seyi Makinde, the management of the station has rewarded some of its staff with brand new cars. This was made known via the official social media platform of the station on Facebook today 1st May, 2021. The post reads in part "Today we handed over four vehicles to four of our members of staff in appreciation in appreciation of their contributions to the growth and development of Agidigbo 88.7FM"
The post then continues by listing the recipients of the brand new cars "Olayinka Alli, the Head of Programmes gets one, our Sport OAP and marketer, Adekunle Alubarika gets one, Adedotun 'Soul' Amosun, our Head of English Programmes gets one while Ajibola Akinyefa, our Head of Yoruba presentation also gets one."
The post then gave reason for gifting the four members of staff the brand new cars in this caption "This is in testament of our resolve to ensure that no other radio station becomes as desirable to work in as ours."
Concluding the post, it reads "We are committed to building a workspace where every individual contribution is noted and duly appreciated. Congratulations guys!"
Here is the original post and some congratulatory messages from followers, lovers of the radio station.
Here are photos of the cars presentation by the chairman, Oriyomi Hamzat to the deserving staff.
Congratulate them below
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