Jos: Jay FM Manager resigns over “imbalance, unfair broadcast”1 min read
Months after battling the National Broadcasting Commission for ‘illegally’ shutting down the station, Jay 101.9 FM Manager, Mr. Mangna Wamyil has resigned.
Mr. Wamyil resigned on Friday over “irreconcilable differences” and the station’s “unwillingness” to observe fairness and balance in its programming.
The Jos, Plateau based private radio station was shutdown in March 2018 over “partisan and inflammatory” broadcasting.
It was reopened in May after a suit by the Station challenging the action.
The resigned Manager was visibly active in the fight for “justice” for the station.
However, what his resignation holds for the station in its battle against the Federal regulators, which is still on in a Jos based court is unknown.
Inquiries sent to Mr. Wamyil and the Station’s Chief Executive, Mr. Clinton Garuba were not replied as of the time of publishing this report.