Election 2016 Pulse Ghana partners IEA in "I Want To Know" campaign

The #IWantToKnow Campaign is aimed at getting questions from average Ghanaian on the street on what they would want to ask the presidential candidates if they had the chance to meet them.

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If you had the chance to talk to the 2016 presidential and vice presidential candidates of the various political parties, what would you want to know?

The Institute of Economic Affairs  in partnership with Pulse Ghana is giving you the opportunity to do so with the #IWantToKnow Campaign.

The #IWantToKnow Campaign is aimed at getting questions from the average Ghanaian on the street on what they would want to ask the presidential candidates if they had the chance to meet them.

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Karen Hendrickson, Director of Advocacy and Programmes at the IEA said the campaign will be rolled out live in the Ashanti regional capital, Kumasi on Friday, September 9, 2016, where the team will be at the main Kumasi market to solicit from the people what they would want to ask their various presidential candidates.

The #IWantToKnow Campaign will also be live in Accra and Ho, she said.

Karen Hendrickson added that the IEA is hoping to reach and interact with a wider audience as the campaign will be using the various social media platforms to propagate its message.

Pulse Ghana will be bringing you a live Facebook broadcast from the event in Kumasi on this Friday 9th of September 2016 and the  subsequent ones.

Five people who ask the most compelling questions will have the chance to be in the audience during the debate which will be held in Accra.



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