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Vehrnon Ibrahim quits Oye FM

01-June-2012
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Vehrnon Ibrahim quits Oye FM

Vehrnon Ibrahim, National Programming Head of Oye has quit after spending more than two years with the company. His next destination is not known.

While speaking to exchange4media, Ibrahim confirmed his exit. He said, “I am looking for new challenges and would be joining an organisation soon.”

Ibrahim joined Oye FM, TV Today Network’s FM radio division, in 2010. Prior to that, he worked with Radio One as its Vice President Programming.

He has 27 years of experience and has worked with companies such as Red FM, InnoMedia, D&PG Productions, among others.

Ibrahim is a keen musician and was part of a 1980s metal band titled Millennium.

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