BOND 92.9FM Celebrates in Style as it Honours Fans and Clients……………… Pledges more quality programming and contents.

Written by on February 2, 2020


General Manager Bond 92.9FM, Princess Adenike Adegoke

The management of Bond FM 92.9, the language station of Radio Nigeria, Lagos Operations, will remain committed to quality programming and content to increase it’s listenership, so as to boost it’s revenue generating capabilities.

This was the thrust of the welcome of address of the General Manager of the Station, Princess Adenike Adegoke at the Maiden edition of the Bond FM Fans’ and Awards Day at Shogunle, Lagos.

Princess Adegoke who explained that the quality and loyalty of the audience of any media organisation, determines how far it will go in the lndustry, said it is the recognition of this fact, that prompted the celebration of the Bond FM Fans’ and Awards Day.

Cross section of some Bond 92.9FM staff

She said the event was also put together to celebrate regular callers on the station’s Yoruba, Igbo and Hausa services, as well as clients who patronise the station, despite the socio- economic condition of the country.

In his charge, the Director,Lagos Operations, Radio Nigeria, Prince Adeyinka Amosu who commended the management of the station for putting together the event, explained that the establishment Bond FM, over three decades ago by the founding fathers of Radio Nigeria was in recognition of the beauty in Diversity of cultural heritages in Lagos and it’s environs.

Prince Amosu described the event as a deliberate plan by the management of Radio Lagos Operations to recognise patronage and loyalty.

He added that the three FM stations under Radio Nigeria, Lagos Operations, will not relent in creating a robust platform for regular interface between people and all levels of government on their policies.

Contributing, one of the Special Guest to the event and Eze Ndi lgbo of Aboru in Lagos, Dr Ephraim Nnaemeka stressed that Bond FM remains the only station in the country that celebrates the cultural diversities of Nigerians.

Correspondent Adeyemi Adesanya reports that the climax of the event was the cultural display of the three major ethnic groups and the presentation of Awards and gift items to callers and clients of the station by members of the Radio Nigeria, Lagos Operations, Committee of Management, COM.

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