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Veteran broadcaster, Cyril Stober of NTA, weds colleague

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Jaafar Jaafarhttps://dailynigerian.com/
Jaafar Jaafar is a graduate of Mass Communication from Bayero University, Kano. He was a reporter at Daily Trust, an assistant editor at Premium Times and now the editor-in-chief of Daily Nigerian.
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Veteran broadcaster, Cyril Stober, who retired some years back from the service of the Nigerian Television Authority, NTA, is set to marry yet another TV broadcaster with NTA.

The Network news and Tuesday live veteran, Mr Stober had his traditional wedding on Saturday with Elizabeth Banu in preparation for the upcoming wedding today, January 14, 2018.

Mrs Elizabeth is a newscaster with the NTA and produces news among other things.

Mr Stober, Whose first wife died a long time ago, decided to take his relationship with Mr Banu to next level with this traditional marriage.

The two broadcasters are known to be legends in NTA’s news department for their role in casting Network News, Nationwide and Tuesday live on the Nigerian National TV station.

The traditional wedding took place in Mrs Banu’s hometown in Garkida, Adamawa state.

At the occasion, many colleagues, NTA staff, friends and family members were present to show their happiness to the couple.

Mr Stober was born in Minna, Niger State and he spent all his broadcasting life with the NTA.

A Journalist and On-Air-Media Personality with Nigerian Television Authority, is an indigene of Minna, Niger state.

The talented newscaster has interviewed presidents, head of states on our TV screens in the past decades.

One of his many desirable qualities is his authentic eloquence.

‘I am Cyril Stober’ – this sentence, always delivered in a cool, calm voice endeared many Nigerians to the veteran broadcaster.

Everyone admired the authority and eloquence with which Cyril Stober delivered the news.

Many younger generation of journalists were inspired to pursue a career in journalism because of how impressive, un-adulterated or ‘faked’ his use of phonetics was – he reminds us how great Nigeria and Nigerians can be.

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