Tweah, Nagbe Hold Landmark Interview Today -In Nationwide Simulcast that Chronicles Govt. Success Stories

MONROVIA: Critics of President George Manneh Weah have often claimed that one of the major shortcomings of his administration is the dearth of a well-oiled strategic communication machinery that utilizes the abundance of mass media outfits in the country to herald the government’s positive achievements, especially with regards to gains in infrastructure development, socioeconomic deliverables, as well as livelihood and welfare projects that are significantly impacting the lives of the ordinary Liberians across the country. It is perhaps against this background that two of the country’s premier bureaucrats will be appearing today Monday, June 19 on the national broadcaster ELBC’s Super Morning Show between 8am to 12pm to expand on everything that has to do with the success of the Weah regime dating from its incumbency in 2018 to present.

According to reports, Finance and Development Planning Minister Samuel D. Tweah, Sr., and Liberia Maritime Authority Commissioner Lenn Eugene Nagbe will be in the hot seat to explain to the Liberian people and their studio hosts what the Weah administration has been doing since 2018 to impact the lives of the citizenry.

The show will be hosted by four of the country’s leading journalists including veterans Sorbor George of ELBC and Hot Pepper Newspaper Publisher Philipbert Browne. OK FM Manager Clarence Jackson, and Voice of Liberia radio station CEO Sekou Sheriff will also host.

The show which will be simulcast by several radio stations in Monrovia and across the country will also be carried live on several online platforms to enable those in the diaspora and others who can’t tune in by radio to follow as well.

Radio stations that will simulcast the show include Freedom FM, OK FM, Voice of Liberia, Prime FM, Bana FM, Kings FM, Hot FM as well as Kool FM.

The show will be broadcast on online platforms as well, to include LINA TV, KM TV, MICAT, DTV, Frontpage Africa TV, LN TV, and PUPA TV.

For audiences outside of Monsterrado County interested in monitoring the show, 12 community-based radio stations are available to relay what promises to be a highly informative and educative program. Community radio stations ready to provide simulcast of the show include the Voice of Grandcess (94.9 FM) in Barclayville, Grand Kru County; Radio Bomi (98.9) in Bomi County; Radio Piso (93.2) in Grand Cape Mount County; Echo Radio (89.5) in Rivercess County; Voice of Gompa (96.5) in Ganta, Nimba County; Smile FM (98.6) in Grand Gedeh County; and Radio Sehnwai (97.9) in Sanniquellie, Nimba County.

Others include Super Bonges (102.5) in Bong County; Voice of Sinoe (88.3) in Sinoe County; Radio Gbezohn (107.3) in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County; Alternative Youth Radio, in Lofa County; and Voice of Hope (103.2) in Pleebo, Maryland County.

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