The Owa Obokun Adimula of Ijesaland, Oba Gabriel Aromolaran has urged the Federal Government to review the retirement age of Civil servants.

Oba Aromolaran made the call when he received the Management of Radio Nigeria, Ibadan Zonal Station, led by the Zonal Director, Mr. Dominic Mokikan at his palace in Ilesha, Osun State.

Oba Aromolaran said if the retirement age was reviewed, it would ensure imparting of effective knowledge to upcoming staff making their office benefit more from their wealth of experience.

The Monarch, while giving his royal blessings to the new Zonal Director of FRCN, Ibadan, Mr. Mokikan prayed that Ibadan National Station and Gold FM would witness outstanding performance during his tenure.

In a remark, the Obanla of Ijesaland, High Chief Adeyinka Ibitoye urged Gold FM, to improve on its programme by promoting the culture and tradition of Yorubaland.

Earlier, the Zonal Director Ibadan, Mr. Dominic Mokikan had appreciated the Owa Obokun for his fatherly role and support to the development of Gold FM Ilesha.

Mr. Mokikan assured residents of Osun State improved programme content of the station, and called for the continued support of the monarch for educative and enlightenment programmes.

The new Zonal Director also paid homage to Elerinmo of Erinmo-Ijesa, Oba Micheal Odunayo Ajayi where he solicited the support of the monarch for the station.

In his response, Oba Ajayi, who prayed to God for Mr. Mokikan’s success in office, advised Radio Nigeria to take advantage of its strength and improve its culture programme content to attract more listeners and patronage.

Funmi Adekoya

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