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11-Jun-2011  
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Kojo Asare-Baffour and Nana Yaa Brefo
 
 
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Multi TV continues to introduce exciting programmes that keep viewers glued to their sets and one of such programmes introduced on Adom TV is ‘Badwam’.

Multi TV, which is a nationwide free to air multi-channel digital television in Ghana, operates 10 channels which include Adom TV, Cine Afrik, Joy TV, The Jesus Channel and 4 Kids. Others are Joy Sports, Real TV, Hitz TV, Joy News and Nhyira TV.

Adom TV, a channel on Multi TV, provides viewers a lot of entertaining and educative programmes which stand out among the lot as far programmes are concerned.

‘Badwam’, which is a morning show that discusses social, political and environmental issues, among others, is aired on weekdays between 5:30 am and 9:30am.

The main objective of the programme is to deal with social issues that affect the masses. It also seeks to set an agenda everyday and discuss developmental issues such as health, water, education, among others.

‘Badwam’ is a four-hour daily programme, from Monday to Friday. It is a morning show that gives a very good alternative to the rest of them.

It is designed to give information and education to the general public, especially the middle and lower class of society, of which women and the youth are a greater part.

The show is presented in a very relaxed and entertaining manner that engages the viewer throughout the four hours. It has segments such as bosuo motivational message; Asem Yi Di Ka, a social commentary; job market, sports update and sports news, newspaper review among others.

The show begins with inspirational words, motivational messages and gospel music, followed by newspaper assessment at 6am.

The programme, being hosted by Kojo Asare-Baffour Acheampong and Nana Yaa Brefo, is designed in a way that viewers can easily interact with the hosts and the panel members through phone in or text messages.

A segment of the programme, ‘Afisem’, introduces resource persons who help inform and educate viewers on issues affecting the society.
 
 
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