Ondo, NUJ mourn ace journalist, Shola Ilesanmi

An award-winning reporter in Ondo State, Shola Ilesanmi, who was a reporter with the British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC, is dead.

Ilesanmi provided up the ghost on Tuesday after a short disease

While explaining the death of the reporter, who was a personnel of the state-owned tv station, OSRC, radio station, Orange FM, as a resourceful and resourceful boy whose enthusiasm for journalism was immeasurable, the state federal government said “his mission to look for newspaper article in a lot of unusual sniff-moves was evidently legendary.”

The acknowledgement message signed by the Commissioner for Information, Donald Ojogo, mentioned that Ilesanmi, who was a talented “boy” with clear vision and purpose will be sorely missed.

“The state federal government sympathizes with the instant family of the deceased, particularly his young partner, household, Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) Ondo State Council, good friends and associates.”

Likewise, the Nigeria Union of Journalists, NUJ, Ondo State Council, which explained Ilesanmi as one of the brightest journalists in the state, said he was a “really difficult working, brilliant and caring media individual to the core.

According to the NUJ, the advancement was no doubt another dark day and among the saddest periods in the journalism industry in the state.

The NUJ in a statement signed by the Chairman, Adetona Aderoboye and the State Secretary, Leke Adegbite, specified that the deceased would be missed by essentially all sectors and “prominent individuals in the state and beyond.”

“Sola, who passed away during over a month of an undisclosed illness, had constantly been an exceptional personality in whatever he did specifically throughout his days at schools, journalism occupation and even in his church.”