The leadership of Jaw Jaw Africa has mourned the death of a thoroughbred journalist and Media Administrator, Diji Akinhanmi noting that the loss of Diji is a reminder that Life in this world is like a Dazzling Mirage.
This was made known in a release signed by the Initiator of Jaw Jaw Africa, Victor Eniola MARK.
Victor, who is also a media administrator, noted: “We received with shock the news of the death of Diji Akinhanmi and erudite media professional and thoroughbred journalist.
He added: “As sad as this is, it is also a reminder that life in this world like a dazzling mirage; appearing briefly and disappearing.”
He also stressed the need to be humble and supportive to all who need help to the extent possible.
“We at Jaw Jaw Africa will always remember the support Diji Akinhanmi gave us.”
He added: “We must equally use our positions positively to help those in need humbly supporting the goals of others for we are dust.”
“Mr. Akinhanmi showed clearly by his actions that there was nothing he had that he was not given and this we remember him for.”
Jaw Jaw Africa concluded by commiserating with the family of Diji Akinhanmi, sympatizing also with his friends, relatives and colleagues.
“We must also use this medium to sympathize with his family, friends, relatives and colleagues.”
Diji Akinhanmi was till his death the General Manager of the Ogun State Broadcasting Corporation (OGBC), one of the Nation’s Model Stations in the country.
He passed on Thursday morning after recovering from a minor surgical operation performed on him at the General Hospital, Ijaiye-Abeokuta in Ogun State. According to sources, said he has been hospitalized since Monday and on Thursday morning chose to monitor the 6:00 am major news of his station, took his birth and went back to bed before he was noted dead.
Mr. Akinhanmi started his Journalism career at the OGBC before he was transferred to the Television arm, Ogun State Television (OGTV). He was brought back to OGBC as acting General Manager by the Previous administration of Senator Ibikunle Amosun in February 2018 to succeed Mr. Busayo Olaifa.
He is survived by his wife, a PHD holder in food Nutrition at the Hospital where he passed on and his children.