Two Radio Stations in Ibadan Nigeria have been temporarily shut down : Which are Beat 97.9Fm and Naija Fm.
The Beat 97.9FM and Naija FM 102.7FM, two of Megalectrics’ radio stations in Ibadan, have been temporarily shut down, according to the nation’s top broadcasting firm.
This was announced in a statement released on Thursday in Lagos by the company’s chief executive officer, Christopher Ubosi. The decision to strategically suspend operations was made as a result of the current economic conditions, according to Ubosi, who. Also revealed the reason for the temporary suspension.
However, he said that other stations in Lagos, Port Harcourt, Abuja, and London were all remained fully operating. According to Ubosi, the company would be able to recover, reorganize, and emerge stronger as a result of the temporary. Closure of the two stations, giving “our valued staff, clients, and the loyal listening public” an even better experience.
Megalectrics is aware of the significant influence Beat and Naija FM have had on the thriving metropolis of Ibadan. The speaker stated.
“These stations, however which provide unrivaled entertainment, music, and news, have grown to be an essential element of. The local culture over the years.
“We are dedicated to upholding the steadfast devotion of our devoted team, valued clients, and the general public. We are aware of the tremendous support we have received from all of these groups.
“Megalectrics would like to express our sincere gratitude to our valued staff in Ibadan, who have actively contributed to the current success of. The Beat FM and Naija FM.”
As they struggle through these trying times, Ubosi gave them the assurance that their commitment and passion would be recognized. And rewarded he was also grateful to their respected clients for their steadfast assistance and collaboration.
Ubosi stated that their confidence in them “had been the driving force behind our success,” and they remained dedicated to. Keeping lines of communication open “as we work together to develop novel solutions that will be advantageous to all. Parties involved.”
He assures them that the choice to temporarily close shop was not taken lightly and they. He says, however “we understand the impact that The Beat and Naija FM have had on the lives of our cherished listeners in Ibadan and. Its environs.”
Before making this very difficult and challenging decision, moreover I looked at all the options.
Ubosi stated that they hoped this break would only be temporary and that they were making every effort to assure that when they returned, they would surpass their customers’ expectations. A new, however energizing radio experience that would genuinely resonate with “your hearts and minds” would be introduced, he claimed, moreover because the corporation valued consumer loyalty.
According to Ubosi, the business remained steadfastly devoted to its goals of providing top-notch entertainment, spotlighting regional talent, and offering a venue for civic involvement.
He claimed that they were optimistic that The Beat FM and Naija FM in Ibadan and the surrounding areas will return after this brief break with. Even stronger prospects.