Africa Magic’s Adel­eye Fabu­soro Raises The Bar

The Guardian (Nigeria) - - HIGH SOCIETY -

ADEL­EYE FABU­SORO is the CEO of Rare Edge Me­dia, a cor­po­rate ser­vice brand that pro­vides a dy­namic range of ser­vices fo­cused on broad­cast/me­dia con­tent pro­duc­tion for TV, Ra­dio and Dig­i­tal. Fabu­soro, a highly place per­son­al­ity among the elites, who also pro­vides dy­namic cor­po­rate videos for brands, syn­di­ca­tion, as well as equip­ment rental, has de­cided to raise the bar for his award, morn­ing pro­gramme Aa­jirebi, a flag­ship, highly in­for­ma­tive and edu­tain­ment Yoruba lan­guage mag­a­zine break­fast show. It dis­cusses so- cial, do­mes­tic, cul­tural and eclec­tic is­sues in con­tem­po­rary Nige­rian/african so­ci­ety show­ing on pay sta­tion, DSTV. It is pre­sented as a con­ver­sa­tional, en­gage­ment be­tween the dual an­chors and the house-guests, who are usu­ally au­thor­ity fig­ures on the is­sue(s) in fo­cus. “Ajirebi is to kick-start your day, it is sup­posed to give some in­for­ma­tion or give you more in­for­ma­tion on what you al­ready know about. We dis­cuss var­i­ous is­sue from health, real es­tate, love en­tre­pre­neur, money man­age­ment, and is ev­ery­thing you can in­ter­act with,” ex­plained Fabu­soro.

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