The Chairman James Sowole, Executives and entire members of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Ondo State Council, have received the sudden demise of the Officer-In-Charge of NTA Okitipupa, Princess Adebukola Fadiora with rude shock and pain.
The Union will not forget in hurry the versatility, uprightness, friendly and cheerfulness nature of the late journalist who was popular with her unique style of casting news in Yoruba language on NTA channels in Akure, Ado-Ekiti and later at NTA, Okitipupa.
Her uniqueness in news delivering earned her the alias of “LALE-ONI”, a word Adebukola used to hold her viewers spell bound and to kick-start Yoruba newscasting.
NUJ commiserates with the immediate family, the Management, Staff and our members at NTA over the untimely death of Adebukola Fadiora.
We pray Lord to grant her husband, children and other family members the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss while it is also our prayer that God will grant her soul peaceful rest.
Also, The Nigeria union of journalists NUJ Ekiti state council is deeply saddened by the demise of one of its committed and hardworking member Mrs Fadiora.
Mrs Fadiora was transferred bearly three weeks ago from NTA Ado Ekiti as one of the Managers in the news department.
The news of her death came as a rude shock to the council and had left members demoralized.
Though death is inevitable, but it pains to the marrow when it occurs to loved ones especially at tender age but who are we to question God.
The council hereby commissirate with the NTA family and immediate families of the deceased as we pray God to grant them fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.