My life as a radio presenter broadcaster – ‘Goke Babalola

…Marks 40 years on microphone

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He is one of the few radio presenters of the early 1980s, whom God has preserved till date and still very active, waxing stronger in the broadcast industry where he mentors young broadcasters who literarily drinks from his fountain of knowledge.
Veteran broadcaster, David Olagoke Babalola, (fondly called Eniowo), at over 60’s still presents programmes on radio stations in Abeokuta, Ibadan and Lagos among others.
The Ayetoro, Yewa North Local Government, Ogun State – born ace radio presenter, who will celebrate his 40 years on microphone, speaks on his foray into broadcasting which he admitted started with rendition of the Yoruba folklore, “Ewi” at the Ogun State Broadcasting Corporation in 1982.
A close associate of the late Ode-Omu, Osun State – born Gbenga Adeboye, Babalola, also recalled with nostalgia his encounters and exploits with the late multi-talented artiste, saying that his association with Adeboye, which he describes as divine would forever be evergreen.

Read more about his broadcast journalism story in the next edition of the The Gateway Treasured People Magazine

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