OWOLABI PRECIOUS: CHAIRMAN CHANNELS MEDIA GROUP COMMISERATES WITH NYSC

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The Chief Executive Officer of Channels Television, Mr John Momoh has commiserated with the National Youth Service Corps over the gruesome murder of a serving Corps Member with Channels TV, Owolabi Precious Ayo who died of gunshot injuries during Shiites protesters/police clash few days ago in Abuja.

He stated this when he led some members of staff of Channels Television on a condolence visit to NYSC Director-General, Brigadier General Shuaibu Ibrahim in Abuja.

While condemning the dastardly act, Momoh described the late Corps Member as a diligent and upcoming journalist.

“I thank you for ur patience, understanding and support. We are very saddened by the loss. We pray that God will give his family, Channels TV and NYSC the courage, strength and fortitude to bear this irreparable loss”, Momoh said.

The DG appreciate Mr Momoh for the visit adding that Precious death came as a shock. He promised that his service to his fatherland will not be in vain.

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