FRCN Zonal Director, Veteran Journalists, Mourn Late Bode Oyewole
Zonal Director, Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria, FRCN, Ibadan Zonal Station, Alhaji Mohammed Bello, has described a former Chairman of Shooting Stars Sports Club of Ibadan, late Elder Bode Oyewole as a mentor and very hardworking man.
Alhaji Bello said this while reacting to the death of the football administrator who died on Tuesday in Ibadan during a brief illness.
He stated that the late Elder Oyewole was a total representation of a media professional.
Alhaji Bello added that the late Elder Oyewole would be greatly missed for his contributions to the media profession.
Also, two veteran journalists, Alhaji Wole Abioye and Prince Adeolu Adeyefa have described the death of Elder Bode Oyewole as very devastating.
While Prince Adeyefa expressed shock over the demise of the seasoned Journalist, Alhaji Abioye stated that the late Oyewole, who was his colleague for many years, was a thorough-bred journalist, who did not condone laziness.
Alhaji Abioye, a retired Deputy Director News of the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria, said the late Oyewole was only complaining of cough when he got a call from him two days before his death.
He then prayed God to grant the late Oyewole eternal rest.
Elder Bode Oyewole who retired as a management staff of the Federal Radio Corporation, Ibadan National Station, was a former chairman, Nigeria Union of Journalists, NUJ, Oyo State chapter and a patron of Sports Writers Association of Nigeria, SWAN, Oyo State chapter.