Election 2012 Coverage: e.tv Ghana rolls out Election Camp

ELECTION CAMPAccra, November 09, 2012

e.tv Ghana is holding true to its promise of bringing the best in the 2012 election coverage as it is set to roll an election centered programme dedicated to the 2012 general elections in Ghana.

Starting Saturday, November 10, 2012, e.tv Ghana, your world of quality TV will telecast live an interesting and interactive political program which will enlighten the general public on issues concerning the forthcoming parliamentary and general elections.

The program, to be hosted by ace radio and TV presenter, Bismark Brown, will afford the political parties the chance to tell Ghanaians about their vision for the country in detailed format.

Talking about the new programme that he is set to host, Bismark Brown who has on daily basis ushered the capital into the day through his morning programme, Breakfast TV mentioned that it is a thrilling challenge that he is yearning to take.

His resource persons, to be made up by political analysts and representatives from the various political parties will be asked the relevant questions for a comprehensive understanding of the issues in the various manifestos of the political parties.

Election Camp, which will be aired from 9am to 12pm every Saturday until the elections are over will also afford electorates and citizens the chance to interact with politicians through text messaging and social media platforms.

Producer of this new programme, Fati Shaibu states that, it’s a new experience on TV that viewers will love to be part of.

“As I always say, it is very important to be informed especially during this election period to make the right choices. Election Camp will afford electorates the chance to know what the main issues are so they make informed choices when going to the polls.”

“This is a chance for our politicians to also tell the electorates what they have for them when elected into power. So I will urge viewers to tune in every Saturday at 9am to follow the discussion till 12 noon.”

Viewers can make their contributions on e.tv Ghana’s facebook page and also via Twitter as the show is being telecast.

Jonathan Abbey / etvghana.com

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