Frontline 2012 with Hassan Ayariga, PNC

On Friday, the first program in the Frontline 2012 series was broadcast.

The program is a one hour political interview aiming to clarify the issues for the Ghanaian voter in the 2012 elections. Mr Hassan Ayariga of the PNC was my first guest and, save for a technical problem during the first minutes of our transmission, it went well.

I am hoping to be a ble to share a clip with you sometime soon, but for now you have to make do with these pics from the set.

Next show, Fri 28 Sept 2012 at 8.30 PM on TV3.

What questions do you have for this election’s presidential candidates?

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  1. Kajsa, congratulations that the first show went well. Can’t wait to see the clip. Who is your next guest?

    My question centres on education. At the moment there is a two tier education system in Ghana at the basic level. Those who can afford send their children to private schools for primary and Junior High Schools and the standard is very high. Those who cannot afford are sending their children to government run schools and the standard is very very low. At the moment some districts are scoring 0% pass rate in the Basic School Certificate exams. Is it better to offer free education to the senior secondary school level or to tackle the quality of education in government run primary and Junior High Schools so as to improve pass rates in Basic School Certificate exams in all government run Junior High Schools? What will it take to improve the quality of education in government run schools so that we don’t have children finishing JHS who cannot read and write?.

  2. Congrats, looks like an interesting show. Please do well to put up video or at least snippets asap. Also, I could not find any press reactions onlie, but I m sure TV3 collected all teh press. Please upload some of the reviews and reactions or summarise them so that we know how it was received. My question for the candidates: What are the specific Arican policies they want to engage in after 50 years of us running after failed western ones. I would be happy to hear concrete proposals, not the usual phrases.

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