BY KAYODE ANIMASAUN

The General Manager,  Positive FM Akure, Mr Tunde Abiodun has declared that the station will beam its publicity light on Ayede Ogbese in Akure North local government as part of Radio Nigeria’s agenda of uplifting the people.

Mr Abiodun made the declaration at the Thanksgiving service held at Faith Empire Ministry, Eringbo Akure to round off the 19th Anniversary of Positive FM Akure.

The G.M, Mr Tunde Abiodun while addressing the church during the thanksgiving service.

The General Manager said the intention was to expose to the general public potentials and challenges of Ayede Ogbese community with a view to bringing government’s attention to such for necessary actions.

Mr Abiodun also announced Psquare Empire Akure as the ambassador of Positive FM for 2021 based on its impacts and partnership with the station.

Mr Abiodun and the Anniversary planning committee chairman, Mr Lanre Oluwateru

The General Manager who went down memory lane explained that every year was very important in the life of management and staff of the radio, hence the need for the Thanksgiving service.

A cross section of Positive fm staff

Mr Abiodun noted that Positive FM would continue to survive regardless of the increasing competition because of its professional reportage and presentation of grassroot programmes.

In a sermon, the Pastor in charge of Faith Empire ministry, Revd Francis Duyilemi Described Positive FM akure as a station with hospitable and friendly workers.

Members of Faith Empire Ministry

Reverend Duyilemi said he chose the station for his radio ministration because of the professional and courteous manner they handle their clients .

He stated that giving thanks to God should be a daily activity for those who remembered all that God had done in their lives.

Highlights of the Thanksgiving service were special prayers and songs for the station and its staff.

 

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