Enahoro, who passed away on Friday night (October 9), was one of the famous news casters on Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) in the 1980s.
Legendary broadcaster, Mr. Mike Enahoro, who wowed viewers of the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) with his baritone in the 80s and 90s, is dead.
The ace broadcaster and producer, who had since retired from the NTA, died on Friday, October 09, according to family sources.
He got popular for his diction and traditional Ishan costume before retiring from the NTA in early 1990s.
Mike hails from the popular Enahoro family of Uromi, Edo State that produced the foremost nationalist who in 1957 moved the motion for Nigeria’s independence from the British, Chief Anthony Enahoro. He was also related to the youngest editor of the famous Daily Times of Nigeria, Peter Enahoro (alias Peter Pan).