I’m not dating Pasuma, Radio Presenter, Jumobi Omisore

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By AKIN SOKOYA

Jumobi Omisore aka Hips Don’t Lie is the anchor of Awoko Pade Ega on Radio Lagos with

Labake Orobo and Jummy Classy on AJR 101.1FM.  She formerly co-anchored Gbogbo

Irawo on LTV with Wale Adeoba.  She started her journey into the broadcasting industry

in 2006 when she joined top broadcaster, Yomi mate (Ifankalleluyah) as a trainee.  She

got inspired into the industry through Gbenga Adeboye’s radio programmes on Radio in

the 90’s.

Speaking on her relationships with Fuji Stars, Saidi Osupa and Wasiu Alabi Pasuma, Jumobi said “I love both of them because they are embodiment of talents, and have different styles.  I am confirming to you now that Wasiu Alabi Pasuma is my Godfather.  I love his style, because his style is my style.  I love the way he sings and do other things.  He is my role model.  I love Pasuma with my heart because he is a philanthropist and very nice to people.

 

Omisore confirmed that she met her boss, Ifankaleluyah in 2004 and joined him as

trainee in 2006.  Before joining her boss, she studied Adult Education but today her

dream as a broadcaster has finally come true.

 

Beautiful and lovely Jumobi also anchors Wedding Engagement perfectly.  Having

created her unique style of presentation and becoming a household name of sort,

Jumobi Omisore was recently nominated for 2017 YOMAFA Award.  Speaking on her

nominations she said.  “I feel fulfilled and blessed to be among the best.  Award always

come with controversy; people criticize my nominations, and believe I don’t worth it.

They believe I should not be nominated alongside other top female broadcaster like

Yemi Ajide, Skin Dudu, Bidemi Olukuewu and Bose Akinremi and others.  Let us take

for instance, the MBGN Show goes beyond beauty; something might be beauty in your

eyes and ugly in my own case.  I don’t know why people castigate me for being

nominated for YOMAFA Award.  I want people to understand that nomination is different

from winning.  It is a privilege to be a nominee, it’s also a privilege to be the winner.  If

you are nominated and win, it doesn’t mean you are the  best.  In my own case, I am

nominated as the Best female presenter YOMAFA 2017.  This has been raising

dust, people are raising eyebrow and they are saying I am the youngest among the

nominees and in-experienced.

 

 

 

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