BCOS: Dotun Oyelade Lauded For His Managerial Acumen, Says Financial Prudence, Dexterity Makes Full Payment Of May Salaries Reality Before Exit



… Don’t Dabble Into Politics, We’re Civil Servants – RATTAWU Warns Staff


The management and staff of the Broadcasting Corporation of Oyo State (BCOS) has paid glowing tributes to the immediate past chairman of the cooperation, Prince Dotun Oyelade for his proactive approach to the management of the cooperation.


According to the management and members of staff who did want their names mention due to civil service rule, noted that Oyelade’s tactical management of lean resources and financial prudence kept the station alive in the face of the economic meltdown occasioned by the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic which affected most media organizations revenue not only in Oyo State but nationwide which led to the retrenchment of workers.

Oyelade was also commended just as he signed the voucher for the payment of full salaries and payment of cooperative deductions which he signed before the dissolution of cabinet and other political office holders on Tuesday by Governor Seyi Makinde.


They insisted that Prince Dotun Oyelade was never an autocrat in any way in office against what they called ‘online urchins’ painting the former chairman in bad light.

They added that had Prince Dotun Oyelade done otherwise as being negatively painted in the online report, the cooperation would have been grounded and begging for bail-out to pay salaries.

It was gathered that the meeting held before his departure, he had promised the staff that the management would start addressing and effect the payment of cooperative deductions from May which became a reality on Thursday with the full payment of salaries.


As the troubled writer(s) assumes all politicians are liars and double-faced exploiters of staff of BCOS, for Prince Dotun Oyelade, public office is a sacred trust in which the occupant must display honour and integrity.


In a related development, the chairman of RATTAWU, Mr Carew has sounded a note of warning to staff of the cooperation on the politicization of internal issues at the cooperation.

He warned members of staff against dabbling into the murky waters of politics which may affect and success recorded by the management of the cooperation under the able leadership of the immediate past chairman, Prince Dotun Oyelade.

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