Farewell Message from Isaac Owoyemi as he Bows out of Space FM

Promising Radio presenter,  Isaac Owoyemi, known to many as Ēnīobánké, bid goodbye to his beloved radio station, SPACE FM 90.1, and its associated network, AfroSpace. With a heart full of gratitude and nostalgia, he expressed his deep appreciation for the enriching journey he has experienced at the station.

“As I close this chapter in my life, I reflect on the incredible journey I’ve been on at SPACE FM 90.1. I’m so grateful for the opportunities I’ve had and the friendships I’ve made. I’ll always remember the laughs, the challenges, and the triumphs we shared. To the listeners, the team, and the management, thank you for everything. It’s been a pleasure being part of this family,” he said in his heartfelt message.

Isaac Owoyemi took a moment to express his profound gratitude to the remarkable individuals at SPACE FM 90.1, particularly acknowledging the General Manager, AMB Demola Demola Sanyaoluolu, for his unwavering support and mentorship. He expressed his hope that their paths would cross again in the future.

He also extended his thanks to the entire team, from producers to researchers, editors, and those behind the microphone, praising their passion and dedication. He declared, “Your Passion and dedication have made this job a Joy. I couldn’t have asked for a better team to work with.”

For his dedicated fans, he offered special words of appreciation, acknowledging them as the real people in his life. He noted, “To all my fans, you are the real people in my life. Without you, I doubt if there’s a name called Ēnīobánké.”

Isaac Owoyemi ended his farewell message by teasing future endeavors, hinting at a new home to come. He encouraged his audience to stay tuned for more information about his next steps.

Isaac Owoyemi, known as Ēnīobánké, leaves a lasting mark on SPACE FM 90.1 and AfroSpace Network, with gratitude and well-wishes for his past and future endeavors.

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