Leadership of Idoani Anglican diocese has called for collaboration with the OSRC Media Group on the propagaton of the Christian gospel
Bishop of the Diocese, Rt Revd., Adegoke Agara who led a team on a courtesy visit to the headquarters of the media group commended the stations programs which according to him are impacting society positively.
Orange FM’s Ebun Akinroyeje reports that Rt. Revd Agara said Indepth news analysis and reportage as well as innovative and educative programming are presently synonymous with OSRC Media group on its Television station as well as, Orange 94.5 FM and Sunshine 96.5 FM Alalaye.
Bishop Agara maintained that the commitment of the OSRC media group to societal growth will continue to attract quality partners across the country.
He then sought the support of the organization for the forthcoming synod of the Diocese.
Also a member of the delegation, Chief Dele Olapeju lauded OSRC for it’s people oriented programmes.
Chairman of the Media Group, Mr kunle Adebayo who was represented by a member of the top management, Sir Steve Alabi said the corporation will continually impact the society positively.
According to him, running the three media stations is capital intensive, and the organization has been consistent in it’s social responsibilities despite financial constraints.
While calling on the religious group to take advantage of the Sunshine 96.5 FM Alalaye in reaching out to people in the rural areas the chairman assured that the media group will assist the diocese during the synod.
The meeting had in attendance the management staff of the Media Group.