PMParrot Publisher Back On Air With ‘Ayekooto On Lagelu 96.7fm’
The crew leader at Parrot Xtra Media Network, Olayinka Agboola, has announced that his popular radio show will be back on air next Tuesday on one of the most listened-to radio stations in Nigeria, Lagelu 96.7fm, Felele, Ibadan, Oyo State.
The radio show, which was being run on the Broadcasting Corporation of Oyo State’s Oluyole 98.5fm before it was temporarily rested some weeks back, will now be returning as Ayekooto on Radio with Agboola as the main anchor and the show will be live every Tuesday by 8pm on Lagelu 96.fm.
Agboola, in a statement, said all arrangements have now been concluded to ensure the smooth return of the radio show.
The publisher, whose outfit, Parrot Xtra Media Network, also publishes Parrot Xtra Glossy Magazine and the online version, PMParrot.com, said: “We must sincerely apologise to all our ardent listeners for the rather long break in transmission.
“Now that we are coming fully back on air, we promise them that we will not allow standards to fall. By God’s grace, we will deliver with more robust precision to give our listeners the best in entertainment, information and education.”
Agboola also said the radio show will still feature celebrity interviews as well as other segments, adding: “We are on a more vibrant platform now, our listeners should expect the very best from us.
“We have created new segments on the radio show to give them the best radio listening experience. They also need to show love by placing adverts and buying airtime on our show.”
The former Press Secretary to late Governor Lamidi Adesina also added “We will still send out transcripts of what we do on our show to our online publisher partners as we used to do.
“In addition, we will publish same in our Parrot Xtra Magazine. Nobody does this in Nigeria. We give all the glory to God for the inspiration.”
Agboola started his radio experience on January 7, 2020 and has since hosted the likes of AIG Bashir Makama, Abass Akande Obesere, Dele Odule, Alhaja Bose Adedibu, Professor Banji Akintoye, Professor Ayobami Salami of the First Technical University and Arc Muyiwa Ige, among several others.