Kayromlee boss receives BCOS NUJ new leadership

Chief Executive Officer of the Kayromlee Squash, Gym and Fitness Centre, Ambassador Romoke Ayinde threw her Ibadan office open to the newly elected executive members the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ),  the Broadcasting Corporation of Oyo State (BCOS) Chapel today.

The team was piloted to Ayinde’s office by Chairperson,  Comrade Fehintola Dupe. Others in her entourage included Vice-chairman, Adewole Balogun; Secretary, Olamiposi Ishola; Assistant Secretary, Hammed Yusuf; Financial Secretary, Ogunwole Mutiu; Auditor, Akinosun Oluwaseun; Chief of Staff to chairman, Lekan Shobowale.

The Iyalaje Adini of Oyo State, Ayinde expressed her delight at the guests and specifically appreciated the antecedent of the new chairman as the first female in history to have headed the BCOS NUJ. “Her victory is obviously due to her unwavering commitment to service,” she noted.

She shared some life experience with her guests to effect positive change in the society.

“The betterment of this nation has to do with our personal readiness to make positive impact in our society. God bless their cabinet and provide them all resources to triumph,” she told the executive members.

Ayinde enthused that she had always been a lover of journalists and assured that on no account would she turn her back at them.

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