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OSRC Ace Broadcaster, Ola Bamidele Bows Out Of Service | The Precision

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It was a glorious moment for Mr Oba Bamidele, a renowned Yoruba newscaster and senior Editor with the Ondo State Radiovision Corporation, OSRC, Akure as he retired from service after 35 years.
The pen’s down ceremony organised for him by the newsroom department of the media organisation brought together heavy weights in the media industry. 
The roll call include; the chairman of interim magament committee of OSRC,  Mr Kunle Adebayo, Mr Soji Alakuro, Mr Steve Alabi, former Deputy President NUJ, Prince Rotimi Obamuwagun, Former Special Adviser to Governor Mimiko on Union matters, Mr Dayo Fadahunsi, Mr Ayo Ogedengbe, Mr Williams Olufunmi, Mr Oluwole Akinbo, Babatunde Yakubu among others. 
His immediate family was not left out in the memorable event. 
It was reminiscing and fun all through! 
Conducting the Pen’s down ceremony, the Administrative Secretary, OSRC Mr Wole Ayeni noted that retirement doesn’t mean indolence but rather another opportunity to engage in active life to serve God, self, family, and community the more, describing world of retirement as another phase of life.
For Mr Kunle Adebayo, the retiree is a very loyal, committed, intelligent, and easy going officer while in service, saying his services might still be needed in the station. 
Kunle Adebayo
Mr Soji Alakuro and Mr Steve Alabi congratulated him on attaining the age of retirement and appreciated the time, planning and efforts he had invested in moving OSRC forward, adding that he would be missed.
The Director of News and current affairs department, Miss Nike Busari commended Mr Ola Bamidele on his dedication to duty, selfless service.
Others who took turn to speak eulogised the Sterling qualities of Mr Ola Bamide. 
The celebrant identified hard work and dedication to duty as the cornerstone to success and self-actualization.
He described journalism as important asset to nation-building and tasked them to put in their best in ensuring the growth and development of the country.
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