An NIJ trained broadcaster, she started her adventure into broadcasting in 1984 as an Artiste with the Educational Service.
She later became a market correspondent with Radio II Ibadan, where her brilliance was noticed and she was employed as an Announcer in the Corporation in 1987.
One day, the English news was just about to fail and the Studio Manager came to call her to help-out by reading the news. Bolatito was very glad to honour this request which, according to her, was "an invitation of a lifetime". But just as she was about to start reading, a very senior officer took the bulletin from her and read it herself and warned against such actions in the future.
Moved to tears, she felt very angry with herself and the system. There and then, she made up her mind to read the news one day, through hard work.
She went to work on her diction. She listened to every News broadcast on local stations, Network News, BBC and VOA because she knew she could do it.
Thus, a year after the demoralizing challenge, she was re-deployed to Radio I (English Channel), Ibadan, marking the beginning of the fulfillment of her desires.
Four years later, she was invited to read the FRCN Network News in 1997.
She has gone on assignments as a Reporter with the Marantz strapped to her side, written and voiced her reports, on the Network. She equally presented 'Radio Link' on the network, 'Women's World' on Kapital FM and did many other programmes, while on the Network belt.
No sooner had she attained this national broadcasting recognition than she started receiving accolades.
BOLATITO was for almost ten years, Announcer of the year and Newscaster of the year 2000, in Oyo State. She was a pioneer member of Premier FM Ibadan, Positive FM Akure and the pioneer G M of Progress FM, Ado-Ekiti.
She was given a letter to pioneer Progress FM Ado-Ekiti in acting capacity, in the year 2003.
Due to hard work which made her become a model in management, she became the substantive General Manger of the Station in 2004. That same year, Progress FM topped the Media Agency chart as number 1.
In 2007, after a meritorious four years of service in Ado-Ekiti, she was transferred to Gold FM Ilesa, as General Manager.
Although her stay in Ilesa was brief as no sooner had she resumed than she had to take-up a higher and challenge, she equally printed
her name in 'Gold' at Gold FM, as the Station in 2007 was rated number 1 on the Compliance Chart in the South-West, which comprises 26 FM Stations, by the National Broadcasting Commission, NBC South-West zone.
Currently, she is in Ibadan as the G M of Premier 93.5 FM.
She is married to her mentor in the broadcast industry – KAYODE JOSEPH. She says she will forever be indebted to him for making her a broadcaster of note and a mother of 2 Boys and 2 Girls. Mr. Kayode Joseph is also a Staff of Radio Nigeria.
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