Member/Secretary


Hon. Justice Kunle Adeigbe (Rtd)

Hon. Justice Kunle Adeigbe (Rtd) joined the services of WNTV/WNBS in July 1975. Justice Adeigbe attended the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, Lagos, for his diploma degree, Masters Degree in Communication and Language Arts at University of Ibadan. He also read Law at the University and graduated with an LLB degree in 1987. He was subsequently called to bar at the Nigerian law school in 1989.

Hon. Justice Adeigbe voluntarily retired from service in 1990 to commence private legal practice in the chambers of Kunle Kalejaiye and Co of the Red House, Iwo Road, Ibadan. On the recommendation of the National Judicial Council, he was appointed a Judge of the Osun state Judiciary in 2006 until his retirement in October 31, 2017.

During his service years in WNTV/WNBS, NTV and later NTA, he worked in various departments particularly in the news department where he was opportuned to present papers at various divisional lectures in the newsroom. He was also assigned various state, and national assignments and responsibilities.

An erudite jurist, Hon. Justice Adeigbe is the current Secretary, Board of Trustees of FITAC.

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