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These OAPs are Calling Out some Popular Media Houses for Unpaid Salaries & ill-Treatment



There’s something happening now on social media, OAPs from a few popular media houses speaking out about the industry, how they’ve been treated in the past.

Some radio stations have been name-called, (“Soundcity,” for instance) with the OAPs alleging ill treatment of staff, unpaid salaries, sexual harassment and that any staff that dared to complain the company got fired.

It all started when @Mary_colette wrote about how some OAPs working with Soundcity got laid off because they went on a silent strike.

Read her tweets.

A former OAP from Soundcity, Awazi Angbalaga (@THEAWAZI) replied her tweet thread saying:

Lol this is not a joke Great platform aside Soundcity is easily the worst place I’ve ever worked in my life and this is taking unpaid internships into consideration The OAPs here are superheroes yet there constantly treated like shit.

Read her full thread.

There’s still more…

OAP Adenike Oyetunde and Oreka Godis also had some few things to get off their chest.

Reacting to the Twitter thread by Awazi and Mary, here’s what Adenike shared on her Insta-story.

Here’s what Oreka Godis also added via insta-story.


  1. Chi

    January 26, 2020 at 4:40 pm

    This is heartbreaking.

  2. Ms B

    January 26, 2020 at 6:32 pm

    Oreka really got the short end of the stick. Really ???

  3. Lora

    January 26, 2020 at 8:37 pm

    Tajudeen Adepeju years ago while we were having a business meeting asked me if I drink or smoke? Embarrassing!!! I must say. While I was walking, he was staring at my ass and body. After 1 month on probation. Since 2016, My 40k not paid. Tajudeen trick is avoiding calls. Dro Amen is the worst supervisor ever

  4. Lora

    January 26, 2020 at 8:39 pm

    They should simply pay what they can afford and not treat staff anyhow. This is unfair.

  5. by_stander

    January 27, 2020 at 11:12 am

    The problem here is Nigerians know how to tolerate rubbish and fester bullshit. And it
    goes on to affect the bigger picture. Because if there is someone somewhere fighting for everyone’s rights, that one will now look like a fool because he/she is the only one complaining.

    The rest will be doing like nothing is happening and everything is going well.

    Only if we’re lucky will we learn the truth of what has been going on for years that is destroying everyone’s life.

    These are fundamental human rights violations that even contradicts the Nigerian constitution. In any normal Nation, investigations by the State would have spawn into action to bring the offenders to justice and they will pay that money with interest and any additional damages caused, even if all their properties need to be seized and sold off not to mention go to jail on top again.

  6. by_stander

    January 27, 2020 at 11:18 am

    Let’s thank God, these ladies feel enlighten enough and bold to now speak up about this, should have been much sooner!

    Nigerians need to know Rent-Seekers are very real and they continue to infringe on your inalienable rights as human beings. In Nigeria, they will also usually have a background in Law or Accounting, they are brainless idiots that have nothing to offer society except slavery, and that’s the trend in this part of the world – enslaving your fellow citizens.

    Let me make it clear to you now how big of a problem this is, Rent-seekers have caused damages to Nigeria more than any criminal, terrorist organisation or natural disaster, millions of lives have been lost or affected by rent-seeking.

  7. by_stander

    January 27, 2020 at 11:20 am

    The corruption the layman understands, is just an artefact of rent-seeking. We need state security level investigations on this bullshit, this is a national security problem that has stagnated our nation for many years.

    It’s so bad Nigeria has rent-seeking laws that violate human rights so that Lawyers and Accountants can have monopoly access to unregulated 3rd party fees. Thats why the President’s Finance Bill is such a ground-breaking document, and yet its not enough to fix all the rent-seeking, because rent-seeking is basically institutionalized and these idiotic rent-seekers are actively covering it up or causing misdirections so that the problem isn’t fixed.

  8. by_stander

    January 27, 2020 at 11:23 am

    Unless we tackle these cheats, i don’t know how we are planning to build a credible Nation when all the oil runs out or useless, cause the only thing fueling the on going madness and buying time is oil.

    Rent-seekers are unpatriotic fools milking us dry and wasting all our potential because I dont know what we can boast we have accomplished with all our oil sef, while being crowned poverty center of the world. Rent-seeking is the root cause of all of Nigeria’s problems, but you will hardly hear any Lawyer or Accountant discus it the way our Medical Professionals are telling us about Lassar fever and Coronavirus

    As far as i am concerned only a unless profession exist to be benefiting from the demise of human beings. All the problems they claim to be solving, its still their useless profession that is creating it for everyone, useless bunch of people.

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