Albarka 89.9 FM, Ganmo in Kwara State on February 8, 2023, held a one-day media roundtable programme that explored the theme “Good governance and Accountability: Toward a peaceful election in Kwara State”. It had participants drawn from media organizations and practitioners across the state.
Nicholas Nwaruoye, Bureau Chief of Daily Independent who was the resource person, speaking at the event, charged participating journalists to always deploy their platforms in championing good governance and accountability.
He also urged participants to take advantage of the electioneering period to sensitize the electorate on the need for them to make informed decisions on their choice of candidates in the forthcoming general elections, said their choice would determine the next phase of development they will be witnessing in the country and at various communities.
Participants also shared their experiences in the field of work.
The roundtable was held with support from the Wole Soyinka Centre for Investigative Journalism (WSCIJ) under the collaborative Media Engagement for Development, Inclusion and Accountability (CMEDIA) Project funded by the MacArthur Foundation.