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Law radio pledges more educative, exciting programmes

By Silver Nwokoro
08 March 2022   |   2:37 am
The management and staff of Law FM have pledged to build on its successes going forward as it marks one year of providing Lagos residents illuminating programmes and news.

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The management and staff of Law FM have pledged to build on its successes going forward as it marks one year of providing Lagos residents illuminating programmes and news.
   
The managing director, Mrs Abiola Tayo-Oyetibo, in a statement, said the radio station, which began in February 2021, has remained steadfast to the vision of driving a better understanding of issues around law.

According to her, its programmes and news were presented in format and languages understood by laymen because the station is not meant for lawyers and people in the legal profession alone. 
 
She stated that Lagosians thought the station was for lawyers, but when people started listening, they knew it was for all residents.
   
The General Manager, Mr Kelani Abdulhakeem Adeola, said the station helps listeners to know their rights and have a better understanding of the law. 
 


He added that listeners would not only gain legal knowledge but also get entertained in the most simplistic manner. 
 
He revealed that its programmes and news are presented in Pigin, English and indigenous languages.
   
Reviewing its operation in the last year, the Executive Director, Monisola Tayo-Oyetibo, said the response has been encouraging, especially the acceptability by the audience, aside from taking back information, which has helped to evolve new offerings and programmes.
   
“Going forward, the station will go deeper into its mandate, as it evolves with time. The station is listened to outside Lagos as people often call in from outside Lagos during its phone-in programmes,” Oyetibo said.

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