Parliament unveils communication strategy, to have television, radio

Speaker of Parliament Richard Msowoya has unveiled an ambitious and robust communication strategy for the National Assembly which include the setting up of own television and radio stations in order to bring parliament in homes of people.

Speaker Msowoya: Parliament to have its radio, television

He said the communication strategy will ensure that people get real news not fake news as has been the case in the past.

“The communication strategy gives us a robust advantage so that whatever is given out to people is not fake news. We want people to get involved in whatever their parliament is doing,” said Msowoya.

He said parliament wants to have own television and radio stations only that the government is not releasing the money due to financial problems facing the government.

“We are having financial problems because we are dealing with the government which has limited resources but we hope our development partners will help us,” he said.

He also said parliament wants to have constituency offices in all the 193 constituencies across the country.

Msowoya said this will help to bring parliament to the people.

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Agenda Setting Theory
Agenda Setting Theory
1 year ago

Parliament trying to set its on agenda, MBC shall no longer feed us lies.

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