The management and staff of Adaba FM has been advised to make fairness and balancing their watchword in reporting events. Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Mr. Yemi Olowolabi gave this advise when the management of the Radio Station paid him a courtesy visit in his office. “Adaba is solid and fully on ground. It is a famous Radio Station in the state, having carved a niche for itself as a crop of competent professionals. This has put a burden of responsibility of service on your neck.

In this wise, as people look up to you as their source of news and information, you must ensure that all sides are given chance of fair hearing. That is, the only and best way you can sustain the name you have and build on your credibility. The need has arisen for you, I mean management to put in place a system that guides your reporters and presenters on the way to be fair and balance in your programmes. Your media house means different things to various Individuals and bodies. It depends on individual perception. Head or tail, a media house owe the public the responsibility of saying the truth.

Mr. Olowolabi assured that he was always ready to communicate with the Station. “My doors are always open to you. All of you from the General Manager to the rest of the management, I am available every time. You are free to contact me on every issue of government you find cloudy.’ Earlier, the General Manager, Adaba FM, Mr. Martin’s Ayoola had hailed the appointment of Mr. Olowolabi as Information Commissioner, describing him as a round peg in a round hole. He promised to remain objective in their reporting of events. He solicited the resumption of the Ministry’s retainership with the State government and assistance in putting the road leading to the station in motorable shape. The courtesy call was witnessed by the Permanent Secretary, Mrs. Taiwo Kolawole and Directors in the Ministry.