Pa Olatunji Owolabi: Veteran Lagos Broadcaster Dies Aged 82

Kunle Adelabu Renowned broadcaster with Radio Lagos/Eko FM, Pa Olatunj Owolabi has died at the age of 82. The Ikorodu-based broadcasting veteran, has been reporting community news across Lags State, especially Ikorodu Division for several decades. He was in active journalism practice till his last breadth. Pa Owolabi, popularly called ‘Gbeborun’ by residents and admirers died early Sunday, January 5, 2020, at the General Hospital, Ikorodu. THE IMPACT gathered from family members that he fell sick about five days ago and was rushed to the hospital.

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I Am A Bonafide PDP Member And I’ve Not Decamped To APC – Oduborisha

Prince Amid Adekunle Oduborisha is an Environmental Consultant who retired from Chevron about 12 years ago. He is a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and a community leader. In this interview with Kunle ADELABU, the Chief Reporter/Publisher, THE IMPACT, he spoke on the state of environment and roads in the state, efforts of Igbe community in rehabilitating the collapsed Igbe road, completion of Oriwu Central Mosque, crisis between Ikorodu and Oriwu Central Mosque and also denounced the rumour that he has decamped into the All Progressives Congress (APC).…

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Hon. Comfort Olafare Advocates For Women Capacity Building

Kunle Adelabu Hon. (Comrade) Comfort Oladunni Olafare, a student leader, community activist, gender advocate and an entrepreneur, has called for the change of narrative in the fight against gender inequality to enhance women capacity building. Comrade Comfort, the first and former female President, Igbogbo Students’ Union (ISU), made the call in a chat with THE IMPACT while representing Nigeria at the maiden edition of the Young African Leaders Summit held at the Accra International Conference, Accra, Ghana,  between 22 and 23 of November, 2019. The theme of the youth summit,…

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In 80 Years, I have Dealt With Challenges With Boldness And Trust In God – Asiwaju Basorun

His Eminence (Asiwaju) Reuben Olorunfunmi Basorun, the First Secretary to the Lagos State Government, Member of the Governor Advisory Council (GAC), the highest decision-making organ of the Lagos State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Baba Aladura/Spiritual Head of Cherubim & Seraphim Church, on October 15, 2018, clocked 80 years and on Friday, October 19, he granted THE IMPACT Newspaper crew, led by its Publisher/Reporter-in-Chief, Kunle ADELABU, an exclusive interview detailing his achievements, challenges, development in Igbogbo and Lagos State as well as Nigeria political development in…

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