Nigeria: Wazobia FM Gives Listeners Free Fuel

In conjunction with Enyo Retail, Wazobia FM is giving back to the community with an initiative called #WazobiaFuelMyMoto. This initiative aims to give listeners of Wazobia FM free fuel at a predetermined Enyo station.

The CEO of Wazobia FM, Serge Noujaim, said: "In the context of a very tough economic environment, people tune in to radio because they want to be relieved and comforted from daily struggles and simply let off steam. It is our responsibility as a station to give back. Through #WazobiaFuelMyMoto initiative, we are rewarding our listeners with fuel which provides them mobility to go about their various business".

CEO of Enyo Retail and Supply, Mr. Abayomi Awobokun, said more than 1,000 vehicles have been fueled for free since the campaign began in March at their three locations in Lagos State.

Olowo Eko, Lekki 3rd roundabout, Ikate-Lekki, and on Lagos-Abeokuta expressway, Agege . In total, .

Some of the stations On Air-Personalities were present at the locations lending a hand and making themselves available to help. Buchi, Ratata, and Ikechukwu from 'Evening Oyoyo' were present at the Ibeju Lekki location and Lolo from 'Oga Madam Office' was present at the Agege location.

Free drinks and branded gifts were distributed to the participants of the activation. This initiative will continue to roll out in other cities in Nigeria like Abuja and Kano for the rest of the year.

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