Omodia / On Air Personnel
Omodia Okhueleigbe- popularly known as KPEF MASTER on radio is a trained broadcast journalist and On-Air-Personality (OAP) at MAX FM, the radio arm of TVC Communications. A very stylish and versatile presenter with almost a decade in the business has thousands of listeners that cuts across board with his pidgin slangs mixed with English. Omodia has co-anchored the breakfast show with ”Debbie” and also the WETIN DEY SHOW with Wale POW POW and now handles the Max Drive show with ELLA from 6-10 pm weekdays on Max FM and the sports show on Saturdays from 2-7pm.
Omodia was once a professional footballer where he captained the faculty of Arts during his university days at the Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma in Edo State. He was also part of his NYSC Football team when serving in Kaduna State. Thinking of stretching his love for football a little bit further, he traveled to QATAR briefly and returned home and now talks sports on radio. His passion is to connect to his followers on social media and make people happy listening to the radio.
Omodia, a multitalented sports journalist who loves to sing grew up in a large family. He took interest in singing as his mother and older sister were members of a choral group in their young days. Along the line, he found God and now records songs centred on the love of Jesus and his mercies. Recorded his very first single in 2008 and released his first album in June 2010 titled, ‘HE REIGNS’. Longing to break forth with a difference in the gospel music scene, Omodia is using his wealth of experience in music to fuse afro-pop and dancehall beats into gospel lyrics to erase the mind set of gospel music being mostly slow and stereotyped. Currently working on his second album project with tracks like SALUTE and BLESSINGS.
Omodia believes in equality and fairness, respect for women and an advocate for peace and harmony. He is the minister in charge of music and a lead worshipper at RCCG Destiny Sanctuary Headquarter parish in Lagos. He is married with three lovely children.