‘She Was One of the Brightest Voices on Osun Radios’ – Gov. Adeleke Mourns Death of Kekere-Ekun


Osun State Governor, Senator Ademola Adeleke has expressed his sadness over the death of a renowned journalist, Miss Taiwo Kekereekun, describing her loss as devastating and painful.

In a statement released by the spokesman to the Governor on Monday, Adeleke acknowledged Miss Kekeerekun’s contributions to the field of journalism, particularly, the broadcast segment, where she enlightened audiences and imparted truthful information.

He extends his condolences to the Management of the Fresh FM Osogbo, the Nigeria Association of Women Journalists, and the immediate family of Miss Kekeerekun, on her demise, saying that Miss Kekeerekun was one of the brightest voices on radios in the state.

Emphasizing on her commitment to the principles of journalism while she was alive, Governor Adeleke said the death of Miss Kekeerekun will be greatly felt by her large audience who have come to value her insightful and information views on topical issues.

Parts of the statement reads, “My condolences to the Management of Fresh FM, Osogbo, the NAWOJ in Osun on the loss of one of their own, Miss Taiwo Kekereekun. Miss Kekereekun was a highly principled and committed journalist who prioritised truth and balanced position in her presentations,” .

“As much as we grieve her passage, may I enjoin her immediate family and loved ones to take solace in the fact that although her time here was short, but they were made so much impacts that the society will feel the vacuum of her demise.

“May God Almighty be pleased with her soul and grant her eternal rest, and it is my fervent hope that everyone touched by Miss Kekeerekun’s demise find comfort in the fact of a life of many impact that she lived.”he said .

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