One name that you can never miss on Max FM is the indefatigable and deliciously sexy Olayemi Ogunwole affectionately known as Honey pot has finally said goodbye to the Lagos-based radio station, Mediafillasgh.com can authotitative state.
Olayemi Ogunwole, who has been a regular host of Chat Hour on RC and Entertainment Splash on TVC, took to her facebook page to announce her resignation.
My 5-year journey with Max FM (formally Radio Continental) has come to an end.
I am so grateful for the experience, the growth, the learning curves, the good times and the bad. Everything contributed towards making the story sweeter and I will forever be grateful.
I am thankful for friends gained along the way and priceless relationships formed, too. Everyone who ever listened to me on radio, thank you.
Radio is my first love so this definitely isn’t goodbye from radio or from TV either. You can still catch me on Entertainment Splash on week days and stay connected with me on social media to find out what is next for me on radio ☺😉.
I’m super excited about the journey ahead and can’t wait to share it with you.
My Inbox is always open for questions, bookings and enquiries.
Honey Pot was poached by Continental Broadcasting Services (Radio/TV Continental) five years ago where she hosted the one of nigeria’s popular radio show, Chat Hour on RC and Entertainment Splash on TVC. Olayemi has voiced commercials like Harpic, Ladder Soya Oil, Cool World, First Monie by First Bank etc. She has hyped products like Oral B toothpaste, Gulder, Legend Extra Stout, Vitafoam, Thermocool etc.
The English graduate of the Obafemi Awolowo University,Ile-Ife started out as a TV host at NTA Ile-Ife during her days in school. She anchored ‘FactFinding with Yemi ‘. During the National Youth Service Year, she was a member of the Orientation Broadcasting Service.
Olayemi, worked at ‘The Bisi Olatilo Show’. She hosted ‘Rock Game and read the news at Rockcity 101.9fm. She moved on to Star 101.5fm where she read the news and hosted the midday belt. She was poached by Rainbow FM 94.1. Olayemi anchored different belts and rose to the post of Head of Programmes.
(Photos)Below are some of her memories at Max FM:
Source: Evans Ofori/www.mediafillasgh.com/Ghana