• May 20, 2024

Segun Olatunji resigns as editor of FirstNews following Publisher’s apology to Gbajabiamila

 Segun Olatunji resigns as editor of FirstNews following Publisher’s apology to Gbajabiamila

By our Reporter

Segun Olatunji, the editor of FirstNews, who abducted in his home in Lagos in connection with an investigation on the Chief of Staff to the President, Femi Gbajabiamila has resigned from his position following an apology by the management of the organisation to Gbajabiamila.

In a statement on Wednesday evening, Olatunji said while his resignation was important for his and his family’s safety, he is confident that the truth would be revealed with time.

“In view of the latest development regarding the Gbajabiamila story and the stance of the company’s Management, I hereby tender my resignation as the General Editor of First News,” he said.

“It has become imperative for me to resign my appointment for the safety of my person and my family. However, I want to state that in no distant time, the truth will come out and then it’ll be my word against theirs.

“I hope the Management of First Media Network Limited, publishers of First News newspaper, will be magnanimous enough to fully settle the one-year outstanding salaries I am being owed, in no time.

“I thank the company’s management for giving me the opportunity to contribute my quota to its operations in the past four years.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *