Chairman of Ondo State Radio Vision Corporation, Mr Kunle Adebayo, was on Monday summoned by lawmakers of a state’s House of Assembly over a ongoing recruitment practice into a media establishment.
This followed an advertorial by a supervision of OSRVC final Friday on a website seeking field to compensate N3000 any before requesting for a job.
The advertorial had generated reactions generally with critics doubt a ground behind a move.
Chairman, House Committee on Information, Gbenga Omole, frowned during a income charged from impending pursuit field by a supervision of a radio station.
Omole asked a supervision of a hire to revoke a volume charged to N1000 per applicant.
A source, who was during a meeting, told SaharaReporters that, “Adebayo told us during a assembly that OSRVC doesn’t take subsidy from a supervision other than salaries and supports to buy petrol or diesel into generator.
“Part of a excuses for seeking for a N3000 from field was for logistics associated to a talk exercise.
“Though a lawmakers frowned during a initiative, they asked that a volume charged be reduced to N1000.”