Nigeria to receive Election updates on 10 channels

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MultiChoice revealed that election updates will be broadcast through ten local and international news channels on DStv and GOtv.

As Nigerians prepare to exercise their right to vote during the upcoming elections, MultiChoice has assured its subscribers that they can stay connected to the election updates through 10 local and international news channels on DStv and GOtv.

In a press statement, MultiChoice revealed that election updates will be broadcast through ten local and international news channels on DStv and GOtv. The presidential and National Assembly elections take place on 28 March 2015.

Channels showing polling news include Channels Television, SilverBird Television, African Independent Television (AIT), Muhri International Television (MiTV), Nigerian Television Authority (NTAi), Lagos Television (LTV), CNN, CNBC Africa, BBC, Al Jazeera and Arise News.

GOtv subscribers can watch international news channels such as CNN, Al Jazeera and Arise. On the local platform, GOtv subscribers will also get to watch all free-to-air news channels. Martin Mabutho, general manager marketing, MultiChoice Nigeria said these channels will provide insightful and thorough coverage of the election and post-election activities in Nigeria.

Martin Mabutho, general manager marketing, MultiChoice Nigeria said these channels will provide insightful and thorough coverage of the election and post-election activities in Nigeria.

“Without a doubt we have a wide enough array of news channels offering our subscribers different perspectives and angles on the election. The channels have a duty to inform and we have provided the platforms for them to do so,” concluded Mabutho.

Darryl Linington