He will file reports from Benin despite head injuries from noon of Friday.
Ace reporter of the African Independent Television AiT, Omoh Bazuaye who was the only one involved in a serious auto crash with head injuries where their bus heading towards Benin to cover the Edo 2020 gubernatorial election was discharged from hospital at exactly 2040 hours of Thursday.
Omoh is heading for a place to lay his head for a rest and will resume coverage at about 1000 hours of Friday.
Their company bus reportedly somersaulted and went into a bush at the Cement community of Okpella which is some 20 minutes’ drive to Auchi.
The Daar Communications Company owners of AiT and Ray Power Radio have received signals from Omoh of his willingness to report the elections but Patmos Media Line cannot categorically state whether he has obtained a certificate of fitness to continue with the coverage.
His colleagues in the media professional know Omoh as an irrepressible, determined and proficient reporter who is after professional excellence which is moving him now.
Definite signals from the News Room in Abuja to Patmos Media Line are that Viewers may get the first report from Omoh at about noon on Friday “with his head bandaged like a turbaned Alhaji.”
Three of the operatives, including reporter, Omoh Bazuaye, is reported to be seriously injured.
Patmos Media Line gathered that though the accident is painful to the staffers, they are full of thanks to God that nobody died.
It is a common occurrence for media houses to face terrible times during elections as Channels television crew were attacked in Port Harcourt during the gubernatorial election that ushered in the incumbent Governor.
Edo State Gubernatorial election is very important to the media house as 70% of the work force are from Edo State and the Chairman Emeritus, High Chief Raymond Dokpesi is a renowned Beniin Chief with vested interest in the election.
Daar communications are the owners of African Independent Television (AIT) and Raypower.