Bolanle Olukanni, the Ndani TV host hasnarrated how she became an OAP as she shared photos from her first time as a radio host.
Taking to Instagram, to narrate how she became an OAP, she revealed that her best friend’s brother she had a crush on when she was 16 had told her to consider a radio job because she had a sweet voice.
The media personality further revealed she took to heart what he said, and also decided to job shadow at a radio station while in Secondary School. She wrote;
STORY TIME!!!! When I was 16 , I called my best friends house and her brother picked up the phone ( I had the biggest crush on him lol) . He says to me before handing the phone to her “you should consider being on radio, you have a sweet voice .” I swooned lol and ofcourse my 16 year old self took to heart what he said 😂😂I decided to job shadow at a radio station while in Secondary School.
I was living in Kenya then and remember avidly listening to the radio . I completely fell in love with radio and decided that I wanted to become a radio VJ. Today was my first time on radio as host and it was everything I thought it would be and more. It was even more special because I get to talk about issues that I care about and bring to forefront social issues affecting our communities . This is what I was made for 💃🏾💃🏾💃🏾💃🏾💃🏾 . I’m so excited that @tlsdinitiativeand I are bringing #connectandconversations to the radio waves
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