The three-year romance between the popular Prime minister of the airwaves, Aniekeme Finbarr and Bush House Nigeria has ended on a sour note.
Impeccable sources told Connoisseur that what started as a cold war between the duo of Finbarr and the CEO of Bush House, Michael Bush few months ago has now snowballed into a full blown crisis which saw to the exit of the youthful Finbarr from the
corporate headquarters of the outfit,
Bush House Nigeria is an independent producer of a magazine radio show which is aired four times weekly on Kapital FM,
and on the network service of Radio every Saturday afternoon.
The outfit recently marked its 9th anniversary with pomp and
‘’Whoever told you the story is very correct. I think Finbarr has called it quits. For the past one week, the company has been unable to broadcast live its flagship programme on air apparently due to Finbarr’s absence,’’ quipped our source, a female marketer from the Abuja-based media outfit, on line from Abuja.
The source went on: ‘’Finbarr may not readily admit it but I strongly believe he is no longer with the company,’’ added our source.
Meanwhile we have gathered that two radio stations are in the hunt to snatch the baritone voiced broadcaster who is so versatile on the microphone and can present with finesse sports, politics and run continuity shift.
However, Finbarr, according our sources is not in a hurry to seal any deal as he is said to be planning a holiday outside the
. Federal Capital Territory
But we scooped that one of the stations is dangling an offer which may be too hard for the Akwa Ibom-born football-crazy youngster to resist with just few months in the nation’s capital.
All attempts to get Finbarr to comment on the matter proved abortive while the CEO, Michael Bush was said to be in Uyo to attend a burial ceremony of the late former sports commissioner of
. Akwa Ibom State
He could not also be reached on his mobile phone.
When contacted via Facebook, Finbarr who prides himself as the Prime Minister of the airwaves gave nothing away: ‘’My brother work’s fine; no wahala at all.”
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