Lagos Journalists Pray For the Missing Front line Broadcaster, Aremu GawatLatest News, News, News From The State Wednesday, July 16th, 2014
The Lagos branch of the Muslim Media Practitioners of Nigeria (MMPN), joins the state’s Muslim community in two years remembrance prayer and lecture anniversary for the missing frontline broadcaster, Alhaji Aremu Gawat.
MMPN in a release issued on Wednesday by its Coordinator, Alhaji Warith Solanke, revealed the anniversary lecture would be delivered by the Chief Missioner of Al – Quareeb Society Worldwide, Ustaz AbdurRahman Adangba this Saturday at the NTA Channel 10 Mosque, Tejuoso, by 11 am.
Solanke stated that the session was also meant to remind the authorities on the need to enhance security of lives and property in the country, while expressed surprise that two years after the missing, no information or clue regarding Gawat’s whereabouts.
Prominent clerics, family members, professional colleagues and friends of Gawat are expected to grace the the anniversary programme.
Alhaji Gawat once served in the NTA and retired some years back. He had since gone into private radio and television programme productions. Veteran Gawat was abducted two years ago, in the night on Apongbon Bridge, Lagos Island on his way to Ikeja for a business appointment. His whereabouts nor his assailants till date remain mysterious.
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