The trending story in the mouth of some residents of Imo State is the alleged sack of the gateman at the Imo Broadcasting Corporation (IBC) by the order of the State Government.
According to the lengthy post by the suspended Staff of the state owned facility, Barr (Mrs) Vivian Ottih, the trouble started when the gateman opened the gate of the radio/TV station and letting her into the premises of IBC.
Mrs. Vivian Ottih said trouble started for the gateman who should be in his late 60s when she came to IBC premises at Akanchawa Udenwa road, to fill out the forms in the endless salary form filling exercise.
She said she was shocked when the gateman in heavy tears and giggling told her that he have been sacked for letting her into the premises of the Station.
Read the full story of how the Imo State Government allegedly sacked the IBC gateman after opening gate of the Station for Mrs Vivian Ottit:
It's now obvious that the gate man was sacked because he opened the gate for Barr (Mrs) Vivian Ottit and allow her into the premises of the Station.
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