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Monday, January 27, 2020

OAP Oreka Godis Opens A Can Of Worms On The Broadcast Industry

An on air personality, Oreka Godis has revealed the horrid details of underpayments, rape s#xual harassment and corruption that go on in the broadcasting industry.
In a thread on her insta-story, she made a lot of revelations on happenings which some are too scared to talk about.

















37 comments:

  1. This is awful. How bad do things have to get for this to be addressed? University, predators. Work place, predators. Smh

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  2. Very sad but not new to me at all.
    When I talk about fake lives, fake smiles, and the fact that the OAPs that Nigerians worship do not make their monies and trips on those pay but on runs, same people will shoot arrows at me like they did to the one they forced to take down that post.
    I have a someone that worked there and she had told me about all these.
    She too resigned immediately she got married as the husband could not take it anymore...stories everyday, injustice everyday.
    Let's leave it for now.
    Dalu nu oo 😮😮😮

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  3. Toke, Tolu, Gbemi, Moet, come and answer to your call out.

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    1. How is this their call out??

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    2. Anon 12.03, don't do this please. Its not a call out but an exposé. Let's be mature about things.

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    3. Tolu, Gbemi & Moet are from priviledged backgrounds. How is this a call out?

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    4. very stupid comment. stop trolling people. how is it their call out? are they the only OAPs? stop this immature rubbish some of you do here

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  4. Stella!!!
    I can totally relate.
    My story ehn, I’m trusting God tho.

    Worked in a tv station with my boss(married man) harassing me on a daily (groping, smacking and all what not). I left because it became too much but my parents do not know. Told them I left because of stress and unpaid salaries (partly the truth tho).

    You are owed for three months and when you get information on possible payment, it turns out it’s quarter of one month salary... oh!!! The frustration.

    You work Sunday to Sunday, 6am to 10/11pm and you’re paid 40k.

    Months later, I’m still being owed.
    Months later, I’m still jobless.

    Well, better jobless than sleeping with my married boss.

    I trust God for something better.

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  5. Dotun is known for this. “Sexual harasser number 1”

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  6. 😮😳😱And Toke will be forming hard working what ever!😏😏.I pity girls who are looking up to her🤦‍♀️

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    1. you must be stupid to call toke. she is hard working kill yourself. she has her own line of bags, she is everywhere getting paid and the same you will call her MTN. most of them have more than one stream of income so shut up. if some of you fuck riff raffs for free dont hate on those who sleep with big boys. hater oshi, so toke is the only OAP in lagos...

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  7. This isn't new to some of our ears.
    The only problem is what is the solution?

    Who do we run to?
    Almost all the agencies doesn't favor a woman. Is it a crime to be female?
    Mbanu!
    This is why I get more upset when a woman tells her story and another woman who thinks she's 'smart' counters it.

    Quite heartbreaking I must say.

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  8. If you are in a position of authority no matter how low or high and think it is a golden opportunity to oppress and harness others

    When GOD punishes you the way He likes do not complain

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  9. Wickedness abounds in the heart of the human race!

    However, in a country where fundamental human rights are indiscriminately abused and laws are not enforced what you get is the jungle life.

    This is horrible! See what women go through at the workplace.
    Oreka thanks for speaking up. I kept wondering why you were no longer on air.

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  10. I am shocked to see this from Oreka Godis mostly because she seem like a feminist,no nonsense classy lady who won’t allow the things she said here;sorry about her experiences and that of people working in media/entertainment industry.sex should be consensual with people deciding if they don’t mind sleeping with their superiors for money,opportunities and favors. It should never be forceful,it should be a choice without fear of the disadvantages.Paying salaries and benefits should be a norm too!this country is just bad’ it is well

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  11. almost shed tears reading this. Kilode? Must u get u get something in return when u do something good for a woman? I am really pained. I be man too o

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  12. When we say we are a feminist, these are the things we want to come together and fight. It’s not always about submitting to your husband.

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  13. almost shed tears reading this. Kilode? Must u get u get something in return when u do something good for a woman? I am really pained. I be man too o

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  14. Happy with my home girl with this exposé,sorry for ur ordeal babe,good u spoke up
    A lot r happening behind closed doors in d entertainment industry as whole

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  15. You give sex in exchange for trip to MTV award in SA and BET award in America, I think it's a choice.

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    1. Is that the only thing you saw up there??

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    2. He is just a cyber giant but an in reality. Very thoughtless thing to say

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  16. If The Nigerian law truly works a lot of people would be cooling in jail by now.

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    1. The law alone doesn't change any damn thing if the CULTURE, MINDSET, ATTITUDE & REACTIONS OF THE SOCIETY IS PASSIVE TOWARDS AN INJUSTICE!!!

      First of all Nigerian women r the worst enemy to each other. Very uncooperative & sabotaging. Instead of them not to support & cover up such atrocities when they see it happen, they'll happily mock the victims, look down upon them to further stigmatize them.
      It's only because of the attitude of nigerian women in Nigeria, that's why these things continue to occur & no authorities or law can deal with it!

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    2. Thank you 19:03
      Thanks for your input on the, cos this right here is the truth.

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    3. 19:03 then after the women summon courage and fight on which law will fight for them? in a country as corrupt as Nigeria? When Busola opened up a lot of women supported her but how far today? Do you people think before writing?
      Noir before you agree to all things read,dissect then come to a conclusion.

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  17. It's great she opened up but I bet her future employers will be weary off her.

    Story of the Nigerian employees

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  18. I am not surprised, the thing is so prevalent in almost all the sectors that one can find employment. Women go through hell, you see that struggle she described even including the luck of wearing jeans etc it is what women go through. They do not speak up bcos the system blames the victim.

    There was a time my govt work was employing, HCM dept guys have already shared all the female sounding names amngst them, i say without seeing the ladies gan gan, they have divided them acc to they will have sex with, married or not.

    One poor lady was so bold to report, Head of HCM packed the blame on her. HCM HEAD na woman o!

    This poor lady has spoken, they will still ostracize or judge her untop of all this revelations. However there are some ladies in her industry that has been targetted to be assaulted, but her revelations will keep the wandering d in check.

    Oreka, God is not asleep, He will see you through. OREKA GOD ALMIGHTY WILL SEE YOU THROUGH!

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  19. There is nothing new about this many of the prominent ladies both married and single do all this things to get to the top .

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  20. This is terrible, yet nothing will be done about it, but karma is real sha

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  21. Who is that Head of Unit????
    All these abuses???
    Ha!!!
    God raise more ethical businesses and owners of businesses in Naija ooo

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