Popular musician, Yinka Ayefele was said to have apologised to the governor, acknowledging that he regretted not coming personally to see him when the matter first broke out.
Although non of the representatives from Ayefele or Government addressed reporters but sources told The Nation that the musician reportedly said his efforts to meet Ajimobi before the partial demolition met brick walls.
He expressed readiness for a peaceful resolution of the matter in the interest of peace.
At the meeting, It was also learnt that Ajimobi expressed the willingness to resolve the controversy, insisting that neither himself nor his government had any issue with either Ayefele or Fresh FM but with the structure housing the radio station.
According to him, the issue is a battle for the supremacy of the rule of law and respect for constituted authority.
The governor, a source at the meeting said, expected every entrepreneur to maintain political neutrality.
He said such persons may neither have friends nor enemies in the political class but must discharge their services to the public in line with the law.
Ajimobi was said to have advised Ayefele and his team to mind their utterances and what people send to the public domain in their names.
The governor said this was the reason the issue generated unnecessary heat.