After a year’s hiatus, ace broadcast-journalist and publisher of Nigeria’s burgeoning online integrated media platform, ALEDEH (www.aledeh.com), Sulaiman Aledeh is back on television.kmkm
The seasoned broadcast journalist and media entrepreneur is coming back on television with a new show “Political Stew” which will air on Television Continental.
Political Stew is a “live talk show that brings the people abreast of daily political happenings in Nigeria and around the world”.
The new TV talk show is coming at a time the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC released timetable for the 2019 general elections in Nigeria and also Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari has declared for the second term.
This online news platform recalls that Mr Aledeh, a seasoned broadcaster, left Channels television in March 2017. On the 26th of that same month, which was his birthday, Sulai as he is fondly called, launched an integrated online platform ALEDEH (www.aledeh.com).
Before his experience with Channels television, Mr Aledeh was a pioneer staff of Television Continental, he also presented programmes for radio and television like A.M Lagos, the flagship breakfast show for Radio Nigeria – making him the station’s most prolific serving presenter.
During his stint with Channels television, Sulai made headlines with his colleagues covering two major national elections in Nigeria in 2011 and 2015.
Apart from his daily show Sunrise Daily, Mr Aledeh has been seen on Politics Today, State of the Nation and the Station’s flagship News at 10.
Sulai handled political programmes and also made daily news and current affairs for Channels television.
However, owing to his love for television, Sulai has now returned with a new talk show “Political Stew” which is expected to set the pace for “political discourse” ahead of the 2019 general elections in Nigeria.
In April, Sulai gave a hint about the show on the micro-blogging site, Twitter but refused to mention the television station that the show will be aired.
Like Sulai, a poll was also created by @politicalstewng, asking the people to guess the television station that will air the show.
“Political Stew debuts soon. Can you guess on which Nigerian Television station this show will air?” @politicalstewng had tweeted in April, with African Independent Television, Channels Television, Nigerian Television Authority, and Television Continental listed as the possible stations to air the much anticipated political show of the year.
The result of the poll showed that the people believed that the show will be aired on Television Continental as the station received 56% of the votes cast.
AIT – 8%
Channels TV – 33%
NTA – 3%
TVC – 56%, the poll results from @politicalstewng Twitter handle read.
Meanwhile, you can follow Political Stew on its social media platforms to know daily political happenings in Nigeria and around the world.
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