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Radio Now to float special programme with governance-themed interaction

Radio Now to float special programme with governance-themed interaction
June 17
20:40 2021

Radio Now, a Nigerian news broadcasting service, has announced the launch of Radio Now Specials, an interactive show.

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In a statement on Thursday, the radio station said the first edition of the programme will air at 11 am on Friday.

It also explained that Radio Now Specials aims to create and curate useful interactions that will inspire citizens to be and act better.

The statement said that ‘Our Common Thread’, its inaugural edition, will focus on governance, nationalism, and how spirituality can drive progress.

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It added that the show will also feature leaders from different ethnic, cultural, professional, and religious backgrounds.

“The purpose of this is to create closer bonds between Nigerians by helping everyone find that place of collective humanity from which we can build a society that is representative of all and is equitable and just,” the statement read.

“The secondary aim is to proffer tangible solutions to modern-day issues, which will ultimately improve the lives of countless people of colour, situated all over the world.

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“We hope to provide an opportunity for us to challenge the existing status quo across various areas and by doing so, proffer solutions that will foster progress and open-mindedness.”

Radio Now said ‘Our Common Thread’ edition is a ninety-minute programme that will feature Bayo Akomolafe, the executive director and chief curator at The Emergence Network who is renowned for his takes on global crises.

This collaborative project, Radio Now added, will involve talks between an invited speaker, hosts, and the audience while the event will end with question and answers — featuring questions from the virtual audience in attendance.

The show can be streamed live on Radio Now 95.3 FM, Zoom, and YouTube — airing subsequently on the NTA.

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