Many stakeholders shared our story titled community-media-practitioners-misses-ambode-as-sanwoolu-yet-to-partner-the-grassroots-voice which confirms the voice of the people is the voice of God and many reactions has continued to trail the developing story in some MDA’s in the state as reliably informed. However, during Ambode times, Kosofe Post never benefited for the value for money service render the by the practitioners as monitored contrary to the insinuations that we joined in singing Olamide “Oil and Gas” Chorus as claimed in some quarters following the posted story.
Oga mi enu gbe, (Oga mi enu gbe)
Ore mi enu gbe, (Ore mi enu gbe)
Alaye enu gbe, (Alaye enu gbe)
Walai enu gbe, (Walai enu gbe)
Owo wa lowo yin, (Owo wa lowo yin)
E je ka bayin na, (E je ka bayin na)
However, the story was triggered by our independent findings among the practitioners that called for an urgent attention . Because Community Media is an important stakeholders in taken Lagos to a greater height or next level if fully harnessed.
Sadly, politicians had been infiltrating their ranks by creating parallel body which not does not augur well for the profession. Nevertheless, they are necessary partners in progress.
We were all told few months back that “If Lagosians (Online or Community Media Practitioners) calls, Sanwoolu answers. Hence, the purpose his attention was called to the subsisting legacy partnership with the aforementioned practitioners that should be sustained towards achieving the THEME agenda of Mr. Babajide Sanwoolu Administration beyond the mainstream media.
If Mr. Sanwoolu, media handlers or quarters saddle with community affairs are not telling the Governor the chorus on the lips of these critical practitioners, We can confirm to the governor authoritatively for free that it is nothing but Olamide “Oil and Gas” Chorus.