Former DG Of Radio Nigeria, Bishop George Bako Advocates Improved Professionalism In Media Industry
Written by Adekoya on June 17, 2019
Broadcasting in Nigeria has attained the level that it must not fall below acceptable standards.
Former Director- General of Federal Radio corporation of Nigeria, FRCN, Bishop George Bako stated this when he visited the Broadcasting House, Ikoyi,Lagos.
Bishop Bako said despite challenges, Radio Nigeria had maintained its position as the flagship of broadcasting in the country.
He equally challenged media professionals to be alive to their constitutional mandate of being the watchdog of the society.
Bishop Bako who is also retired from the Anglican Diocese of Lokoja, called on leaders in the country to be more progmatic and nationalistic in taking decisions for the country and the populace to be patient for quality results.
Correspondent Abiola Peters reports that the Director Lagos Operations, Prince Adeyinka Amosun alongside some members of the Committee of Management including General Manager of Radio One FM, Mr Korede Ogunbunmi and that of Metro FM, Mr Seyi Martins, later took on a tour of facilities in the FRCN, Ikoyi Broadcasting House, including the new Museum and the Villa named after him.