Sadly, popular Max FM OAP, Emmanuella Pobeni Adepoju popularly known “Iya Jogbo”.died as a result of Bronchitis and an enlarged heart.
The announcement of the passing on of Emmanuella Pobeni Adepoju was made on Frida,y July 24th, 2020 that she died as a result of brief illness from Bronchitis and an enlarged heart.
Speaking on behalf of the staff and management of TVC Communications and Max FM, Andrew Hanlon, CEO of TVC Communications said that the terribly sad news of Emmanuella’s passing today has sent a shock wave of grief and sorrow throughout the TVC Communications, and MAX FM family.
In his words, “Whilst we struggle to come to terms with her untimely passing, our hearts and minds are focussed solely on her beloved children and her immediate and extended family and friends.
Emmanuella’s presence will be with us forever as she leaves a legacy of enormous talent and spirit from the almost 10 years she spent with the company as a key member of the much loved Wetin Dey
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