Livestream: Newsfile discusses ‘ensuring credible elections; role of the media’ on Joy Change Speakers Series VII

On JoyNews’ Newsfile today, Saturday, May 11, viewers can expect another enriching episode of the Joy Change-Speaker Series.

Hosted by Samson Lardy Anyenini and Emefa Apawu, this episode will delve into the theme “Ensuring Credible Elections: The Role of the Media.”

The show will feature a distinguished panel of guests who will share insightful perspectives on the coverage of elections by the media and the pivotal role that media plays in ensuring peaceful and credible elections.

Among the esteemed guests are Audrey Gadzekpo, a Professor of Communication Studies at the School of Information and Communication Studies, University of Ghana.

Also joining the discussion is Bishop Dr Suzanne Nti, who serves as the COO and Head of Legal at Action Chapel, bringing unique insights from a religious and legal perspective.

Further enriching the discourse will be Caroline Anipah, a Media and Communications Consultant, who will contribute her expertise to the conversation.

Additionally, George Sarpong, the Executive Secretary of the National Media Commission (NMC), will offer insights into media regulation and governance.

Nana Kwasi Gyan-Appenteng, a Consultant in Communication, Media, and Culture, will provide valuable input on the intersection of communication and culture in electoral processes.

Lastly, Sheikh Aremeyaw Shaibu, a member of the National Peace Council and the Coalition of Domoestic Election Observers (CODEO), who also sits on the Chief Imam’s Advisory Board, will bring his perspective on peace-building efforts during elections.

With such a diverse and knowledgeable panel, viewers can anticipate a thorough exploration of the media’s role in fostering credible and peaceful elections, shedding light on important issues and providing valuable insights for all stakeholders involved.

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