Popular Radio Lagos Presenter, Omobolanle Onigbanjo is dead, odunews.com can confirm
Odunews.com confirmed this sad incident through a colleague of the deceased.
The cause of her death is still unknown as at the time of filing this report.
Series of Facebook posts shared by friends and colleagues, they all expressed how wonderful and great a person the deceased is.
In a post by Wale Hassan, a colleague of the presenter, he said:
I honestly tried holding it back but like Prayer beads freely falling off a broken string, the tears kept rolling every time you cross my mind, Omobolanle Onigbanjo.
Who are we to ask Him ‘why?’
Despite my being a seeker of knowledge too, I’ll call her attention to what she did wonderfully well or her talk over the vocals of a particular song, Bola would smile broadly and say…” I knew you would monitor the programme and I can’t escape your observations, Tupac-Alhaji, thanks. I promise to improve on what you commended and avoid what you advised me against “.
I am always in awe of her drive for self-improvement.
She’s not bothered and wouldn’t bother you with her issues, a deep thinker yet carefree in a positive way.
What else can I say?
Bola, a loyal friend and sister. May your soul find peace with God.
Omijé tí ó mbó pòròpòrò lójú mi kìí se ti ìbèrù ikú, kíni aráyé yíò so bí màkàn-màkàn bá yí kan èmi náà ló mpa mí n’ígbe.
Another facebook user, Oseni Shamsideen Owolabi said:
When Death Strike The Live Studio
The ace broadcaster and microphone goddess, Stephanie Omobolanle Onigbanjo of Radio Lagos dies, sweet voice, charming look, all no more.
Rest in peace.
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