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A top presenter with Joy FM, Otukpo, Benue state may have just kissed his job goodbye following an “innocent” remark against its owner, Senator David Mark.
This was disclosed in a report presented by an anonymous source to Daily Post.
According to the report, the problem ensued, when the presenter received a call from a listener in an interactive session on the show.
It was gathered that the irked caller from Igbanonmaje area of the state, called to complain about the awful state of a particular road linking the town.
The caller went on to condemn the embezzlement of fund meant for Rural Access Mobility Projects, which consists 18 roads. He blamed former Senate President David Mark, whom he claimed was behind the poor handling of the projects.

Just after listening to the caller’s whines, the host of the show innocently replied the caller by saying: “That is the situation in the country my brother; the rich keeps getting richer and the poor getting poorer.”
Shortly after the show, the presenter was summoned to the Manager’s office to explain the meaning of his comment.
“The manager blasted the presenter for agreeing to everything the caller said by complementing him with such sensitive statement.
“He was queried and surcharged for not protecting the interest of their principal on air.
“We shall know his fate by 31st of this month; but from what I gathered, the presenter is on his way out,” the source claimed.
It was, however, reported that efforts to reach Christabel Iyanya, the Managing Director of the station, could not be accomplished as her numbers were switched off.
Meanwhile, David Mark has said that the National Assembly under his watch was bold, courageous and transparent.
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