Murphy Ijemba allegedly apologizes to the management of Brila FM and Larry Izamoje.
A bit of controversy trailed their exits as Murphy went on a Twitter rant against the radio station. The tweets were later deleted.
Brila FM later released a press release that shed light on the situation.
After his tweet storm, Murphy has allegedly apologized to the management of Brila FM and Dr Larry Izamoje, the Chairman and CEO of Brila FM.
Pulse received copies of what is said to be the resignation emails of both Murphy and Sean Amadi.
In Murphy's e-mail, he wrote "... I would like to sincerely apologize to Dr Larry Izamoje and the Brila family for whatever embarrassment my regrettable actions and inactions might have caused them personally and corporately”.
He further wrote "To err is human, to forgive is Divine. I am indeed sorry. Please accept my sincere apologies."
In Sean Amadi's resignation he wrote "And as a true son, like the proverbial prodigal son, I will not hesitate to call on you whenever the need arises. I am eternally grateful for the opportunity God gave me to work, learn and grow within the Brila family…"
You can read both emails below;
In a response to Murphy's e-mail, Brila FM stated that both resignations are not in accordance with the company's employee handbook.
"For a resignation, the company requires 30 days advance notice or payment of one month's salary in lieu of notice. Where not followed, BBS may report same to the employee's new employer and/or the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) and other government agencies" stated Brila FM in both e-mails.
In the reply to Murphy's resignation, Brila FM stated: "We also wish to remind you of your separate existing agreement with the company dated 22/08/2014 for which a car loan was granted."
Pulse has reached out to Murphy and Sean Amadi to confirm the resignation e-mails. Both OAPs are yet to reply.