No than 115 members of staff of the Ondo State Radiovision Corporation (OSRC) had their services retained at the station after the screening exercise conducted by the state government.
Government says the screening exercise is part of the ongoing restructuring process in repositioning the station for efficient service delivery.
A statement by the Head of Service, Toyin Akinkuotu said names of the retained officers have been pasted on the notice boards of the Office of the Head of Service, Office of Establishments, Service Matters Department and OSRC.
He said these officers are expected to resume work at the corporation immediately, subject to compliance with the laid down resumption procedure by the Management Committee of the corporation.
Akinkuotu said other officers whose names are not on the list, are to report at the Office of Establishments and Training for deployment to other Ministries, Departments and Agencies ,where their services are most required
The number of the redeployed staff is however not clear at press time but some members of staff say the figure is low compared to those retained
OSRC in the last few months has been under a Management Committee set up by governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu SAN comprising the trio of Hon Kunle Adebayo, Mr. Soji Alakuro and Sir Steve Alabi.
The committee has also restated its commitment to reposition the station in line with digital trends on broadcast media operations hence government decision to give it total overhaul.