Nigerian OAP, Dami Elebe, has announced she is leaving the Beat 99.9FM for a new chapter.
The news was announced on her official Instagram page on August 7, where she also thanked her colleagues for being a part of her story.
Describing her time with the radio station as a 'great ride,' Elebe says the best part for her was getting to play amazing music.
I can't believe my time with @thebeat999fm is over but it was a great addition to my experience. I wanted to join radio four months before I got the job and it's been such a great ride. The best thing was being able to play amazing MUSIC. Thank you to all my colleagues, some whose friendship will last forever. To my Beat FM OAPs @gbemioo @mariaokan @toolzo @simidrey @douglasjekan @osi_suave @olisaadibua... Those who left or got transfered @segunemdin @fadeogunro @chrisdrazor, Thank for adding to my story. I appreciate you all. I really hope that everyone gets to see the difference my next chapter is going to make, like they heard this chapter. #emo#8J+klw==## #emo#8J+TuA==##: @princocoa #MissDeeChronicles
While she didn't outrightly say where she is headed next, the OAP has been quite active in the Nigerian film industry with projects such as "Skinny Girl in Transit," "Rumour Has It' and "Jemeji," all which she worked on as a scriptwriter.
On August 31, Elebe's first scripted feature film, "From Lagos With Love" - a film which follows a family reunion that exposes secrets and truths untold - will be released in cinemas nationwide.
Dami Elebe hopes that everyone would get to see the difference her next chapter would make.