By Bamidele Kolawole
A female On Air Personality, master of ceremony and engager, Adeola Omitusin popularly known as Sisi Junction has identified creativity as the juice of entertainment.
Miss Adeola made this known while speaking in an interview with Friday Extravaganza.
She noted that radio broadcast is very dynamic and practitioners have to look beyond what they are taught in the classrooms, adding that they have to do some things that people relate with, think of where everyone is going, and think of how to spice your deliverables up.
Sisi Junction noted that she discovered that stretching oneself actually gives people the best in whatever they can do.
While speaking on her relationship, she observed that many of my toasters want to have me just for their pleasure, and some will come like friend with gift items, I’m a straight forward person, I will ask them that hope it will not be later that you will asking me out but some will tell me no,” she revealed.
The graduate of Mass Communication from Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko identified God as her source of inspirations.
Sisi Junction, who hails from Ilesa in Osun State, advised that entertainers should do a total rebranding of themselves, saying “if you can set a goal for yourself, your dreams are valid”.
While speaking about marriage, the presenter for the past eight years, noted that marriage would happen when it was time.
“I shouldn’t lie, I fear marriage because it changes people. I want to be married some day, I will marry someone that will understand the nature of my job.
“The man that will marry me, will marry me with my business, I will not want anyone that will stop me, I pray to God to help me through the way I have designed my journey, I don’t want any man that will stop me because I’m the social type.
“I’m not in any relationship now, and of course if the right man comes today I’m ready. The man that will see me as a partner in progress, contributing to each other’s growth,” she explained.
Sisi Junction mentioned her relationship with her clients, saying it was kind of official things, noted that some intended to be her friends, but she always knew where to cut the line.
“I’m not emotionally attached, there is what will call emotional boundaries, if clients come, we relate as business partners, after the deal, we can become friends because I don’t want scandals. I try to manage them with the best of my knowledge.
Commenting on her popular programme, Ibile Junction, she explained that she initiated the programme to reach everybody and speak for the silenced ones in the street.
“I want to reach everywhere, I want everyone to relate, I’m the definitions of the woman that is on the street and her voice needed to be heard. Some women that have stories to tell but their voices are not heard.
“The man, the boys that want to talk but due to religious, culture and tribes are not allowed to talk”, the on air personality, engager, event planner and Master of Ceremony added.