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All Jobs Are Secure At TVC Communications – CEO Andrew Hanlon

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TVC Communications has addressed the news which broke forth, saying 2500 of it staff members have lost their jobs at the firm following the arson attack launched on its premises as hoodlums hijacked the #ENDSARS protests.
In a statement sent across to KOKO TV by the Head, Corporate Communications & PR of the firm, Mabel Adeteye, and signed by the CEO, Andrew Hanlon, it was stated that the earlier declaration that 250 employees have been physically displaced due to the fire at the premises does not mean same have lost their jobs.All Jobs Are Secure At TVC Communications - CEO Andrew Hanlon
“The CEO of TVC Communications; owners of TVC, TVC News, Max FM (Lagos & Abuja) & Adaba FM, Andrew Hanlon has stated today, 30th October, 2020 that the jobs of all its 550 employees are safe and secure. Mr. Andrew Hanlon made the announcement on foot of ‘misleading reports’ which suggested that 250 jobs were lost following an arson attack on its studios in Ikosi-Ketu, Lagos last week”, the statement began
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“He said ‘the reference to 250 jobs related to those of our employees who had been physically displaced due to the fire at our premises, this does not mean those same employees had subsequently lost their jobs due to the fire. All of our staff remain with us, and have merely now been relocated to temporary offices while we build a bigger and better television studio complex’Q”, it added.All Jobs Are Secure At TVC Communications - CEO Andrew Hanlon
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