This Day (Lagos)

Nigeria: Media Chat - Jonathan to Answer Questions From Public

Members of the public who wish to make input, by way of questions, to the Presidential Media Chat slated for sunday evening, have the opportunity of doing so.

A statement by the spokes person of President Goodluck Jonathan said he (the president)"will in the course of the Presidential Media Chat today, Sunday, November 18, 2012 respond to questions from members of the public."

"Members of the public who have particular issues they would like President Jonathan to address are invited to send their questions via twitter to @mediachatng or via SMS to +2347026076865," the statement informed.

It added that: "During the two-hour programme, which will be broadcast live by the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA), the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN) and the Voice of Nigeria (VON) from 7pm to 9pm, a representative selection of the most significant questions received will be presented to President Jonathan for his response."

"The President will, as is usual, also field questions from a panel of senior media practitioners," the statement concluded.

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