After establishing successful operations in Lagos and Ibadan, Adamimogo Communications Limited has officially expanded its broadcast network to Ido-Ekiti.
Confirming details of the new establishment, the company’s Chief Operating Officer, Babatunde Bamgboye said the new station would broadcast on frequency 103.5FM.
Commenting on the milestone, Bamgboye said “this new station builds on requests from Ekiti residents for Adamimogo’s localised content and influential voice within the community. We are ready to enhance public discourse and cultural engagement here.”
The expansion to Ido-Ekiti is also in fulfillment of an earlier promise made by the founder, Prophet Sam Olu-Alo to have a radio station in his hometown as well as demands to expand its coverage by residents of Ekiti after the successful establishment of Adamimogo 93.1FM, Lagos and Adamimogo 105.1FM, Ibadan.
Since the first Adamimogo station premiered in Lagos 14 months ago, it has rapidly gained prominence across the Southwest region helping millions of listeners stay informed, educated, and entertained.