See Photos As Ayefele Transmits Live From His New Radio Station In Ado-Ekiti
By DareAdeniran | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 6064 views
Wednesday 15th July, 2020, was the official launching of the Tungba Gospel maestro, Yinka Ayefele'd new radio station in Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State.
The radio station, Fresh 106.9 FM, Ado-Ekiti, would be the third one owned by Yinka Ayefele. He has one in Ibadan, another one in Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun State and now this one.
Declaring the new radio station opened however, Ayefele was captured in some exclusive pictures presenting live from the ultra modern studio of the station. Which signified the first official transmission from the radio station.
Apart from the strong will to make an indelible mark in the broadcast world and to provide employment for many in the society, Ayefele sure has a high taste for quality things. Like his Ibadan office, "Ayefele Music House' and that of Abeokuta, Ado-Ekiti structure is another master piece.
All the radio stations are not just beautiful outside, they are also well equipped with the state-of-the-art transmission equipment.
Not only that, those who are close to Ayefele can also testify to the fact that he invests heavily in capacity building as well. By making sure that his staff are provided with the necessary tools to functions to the very best of their abilities.
Ayefele, a musician and seasoned broadcaster, is an achiever too. He can't afford to do things anyhow.
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