Updated: March 4, 2021
The government in Ekiti state issued a statement on Sunday giving details of the new executive order. It said the executive order has established a fact-finding committee to understand what’s the problem with broadcast services in Ekiti, a state in southwest Nigeria.
The committee has as chairman Mr. Segun Omolayo and as secretary Mr Ibrahim Ganiyu,
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In a bid to reposition the Broadcasting Service of Ekiti State (BSES) as a vehicle for community involvement, education and entertainment, Ekiti State Governor, Dr Kayode Fayemi, has signed an executive order for the establishment of a Fact –Finding Committee for the Broadcasting organisation.
The Executive Order No 002, 2018 On the Establishment of Fact-Finding Committee for the Broadcasting Service of Ekiti State, was signed by the Governor on Friday, October 26, 2018.
Members of the Fact-Finding Committee as contained in the Executive Order are:
1) Mr. Segun Omolayo – Chairman
2) Chief Biodun Akin Fasae
3) Mrs Sola Salako – Ajulo
4) Mr. Gbenga Ogunremi
5) Mrs Ronke Samo
6) Mr. Gbenga Aruleba
7) Steve Alabi
8) Mr. Sam Oluwalana
9) Tayo Ayegbusi
10) Alhaji Ibrahim Ganiyu – Secretary
· The committee will among other things, examine the adherence of BSES to the broadcasting code of the Nigerian Broadcasting Commission including the circumstances that led to the suspension of its license.
· Examine the financial management of the BSES including Statutory Allocations and advise on its sustainability.
· Determine the adequacy or otherwise of staff and examine the quality of its staff development programmes.
The Committee is to submit its report to the Governor of Ekiti State not later than December 10, 2018.