Music House: Inside Details of Ayefele’s Meeting With Gov. Ajimobi


Following the dust generated by the demolition of Music House, the building which houses Fresh FM, Ibadan, the Oyo State governor, Senator Abiola Ajimobi, has declared that it was not a personal issue between him or his government and Yinka Ayefele as a person or Fresh FM.

Ayefele’s aides prostrate in submission to Governor Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State, who promised to assist in the rebuilding of the demolished part of the musician’s radio house
Gov. Ajimobi

A source, privy to the discussions, said that during the meeting, Ajimobi made it clear that it was not a personal issue between him or his government and Ayefele as a person or Fresh FM.


Although, he expressed willingness to lay the matter to rest, he insisted that the problem was with the building, which was partly demolished on Sunday. According to him, the issue is a battle for the supremacy of rule of law and respect for the laws of the land. The governor reportedly urged Ayefele and his team to mind their utterances and statements made in public on their behalf, pointing out that careless statements may escalate the issue but would not deter the government from respecting the rule of law.


It was gathered that the meeting lasted about 30 minutes before Ajimobi and the royal fathers left, allowing the government officials to continue with the rest of the discussions. The meeting, it was gathered, was facilitated by a leading governorship aspirant on the platform of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in the state, Mr Joseph Tegbe.


Also at the meeting, were David Ajiboye, a director with Yinka Ayefele limited, popular broadcaster, Isaac Brown, and other officials. Ayefele’s visit to Ajimobi’s office coincided with that of the traditional rulers from Oyo town and Oke Ogun, who came to pay the governor a Sallah visit.


The Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi, led the traditional rulers.