First of all, @MikeOck I think there are many gems of wisdom in your original post but it was diminished severely when you didn’t afford Iroko and its CEO a degree of anonymity in what came across unfortunately as a salacious, poorly veiled attack. I concede that the “attack” was perhaps not your intention but it did come across that way and it isn’t cool.
Secondly, @Jason_Igwe_Njoku, I think IrokoTVshould have responded to such issues through its PR and not debase its brand by having the CEO get involved in a ln online war of words with an anonymous belligerent. That said, I appreciate the passion to defend your life’s work and standing down is easier said than done.
On the substantive issues, running a legit company in Nigeria is terribly difficult. The stress levels are high as the tripartite stresses of government hinderance, staff underperformance, and cashflow problems combine to tear your business at its seams. The Glassdoor reviews don’t paint the full picture and I think it is rather poor and selfish that people will go up here to tarnish a company’s reputation indefinitely. Whatever the problems were, they could have fixed it by now and insofar as IrokoTV is still operational, it is god manners give them the benefit of doubt, at least publicly and especially without hard facts to prove otherwise. Even if they are a zombie, they are still providing value to their staff and customers.