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The Reason Behind My News Commentary Show Launch, Bolanle Olukanni Explains to Netng

Mar 28, 2024 | Entertainment | 0 comments

Bolanle Olukanni, a TV anchor and media celebrity, has spoken out on social issues with millions of followers on social media. She expanded with her news commentary show, ‘The Scoop With Bolanle.’

Bolanle Olukanni

The documentary filmmaker, noted for her astute commentary and fascinating interviews, analyses major societal issues and encourages meaningful conversation. She aims to enlighten young Nigerians about the nation’s most important stories.

I adore Nigeria and believe in our future. We can’t fix problems without knowledge, she told Netng. ‘The Scoop with Bolanle’ highlights and comments on the most important news stories.

Bolanle Olukanni offers a distinct viewpoint on social topics missed by traditional media and hopes to initiate positive change talks via her platform. The TV host can inform the internet audience of important news.

She continued, “I recently watched local news and realised that if one isn’t intentional about seeking news, the digital audience may miss current events. The Scoop with Bolanle targets web users who may not be aware of Nigerian social and political issues. They’re my audience.”

The Global Web Index found that internet users spend 2 hours and 27 minutes on social media daily. Nigeria spent the most time on social media, spending over four hours a day. This is why Bolanle Olukanni uses news commentary to engage younger audiences. For her, “It offers a more engaging and accessible way to learn about what’s happening in Nigeria and encourages us who may miss information to think critically about these issues.”

As social media becomes more effective in information dissemination, it is important to use it to engage younger audiences in discussions on subjects that directly and indirectly influence their quality of life.

Bolanle told Netng that she believes ‘The Scoop with Bolanle’ reminds Nigerians that they are all part of improving their country. She continued, “We can also demand change when we know what’s happening in the country.”

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