Murphy Ijemba, Sean Amadi Beg Larry Izamoje For Forgiveness

Obviously having given deep thoughts to their action, as well as the implications, ‘Away-Without-Official-Leave’ OAPs with the Larry Izamoje-led Brila FM, Murphy Ijemba, and Sean Amadi, are now begging for pardon and forgiveness.

We learnt that the duo, after days of abandoning their duty posts, following a re-organization exercise at the popular radio station, on Friday, September 8, 2017, officially tendered their letters of resignation – which the management was still looking into as at the time of writing this.

Sounding very remorseful, Ijemba and Amadi, this time, adorned a totally different toga – thanking Dr. Larry Izamoje, Brila FM chairman for the opportunity he gave them and also urging him to forgive and forget.
Mr. Amadi, for example, ended his own letter thus: ‘And as a true son, like the proverbial prodigal son, I will not hesitate to call on you whenever the need arises. I am eternally grateful for the opportunity God gave me to work, learn and grow within the Brila family…’

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Mr. Ijemba, on his part, said: ‘…I would like to sincerely apologize to Dr. Larry Izamoje and the Brila family for whatever embarrassment my regrettable actions and inactions might have caused them personally and corporately”. Adding that, ‘To err is human, to forgive is Divine. I am indeed sorry. Please accept my sincere apologies…’

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Ijemba and Amadi, hitherto of Brila FM, Nigeria’s pioneer all-sports radio station, it would be recalled, had taken to the social media days back to spread some negative stories about their employer following their redeployment to other belts in the station. However, to set the records straight, Brila FM issued a statement, stating exactly what happened. Now, they are begging for forgiveness.

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Ijemba, an insider squealed, was yet to liquidate a N2 million car loan which he got from the company before his regrettable action.


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