By Usman Aliyu
Workers of the three Kwara-owned media houses have decried the sorry state of the outfits that had led to their collapse.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the media houses are Radio Kwara, Kwara Television and the Herald Newspaper.
The workers of the corporations separately blamed the state government for paying lip service to the plight of the organisations.
Workers of Radio Kwara, officially known as Kwara State Broadcasting Corporation, lamented lack of working tools, insincerity of government in the repositioning of the media houses and poor working condition.
Apart from lack of power supply to its two broadcasting stations in the last one month, they also bemoaned poor condition of offices, non-payment of two months salary and failure to release operational fund.
Speaking with NAN on Tuesday in Ilorin, Rasaq Aremu, Chairman, Radio, Television, Theatre and Art Workers Union (RATTAWU), Radio Kwara chapter, said that both…