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Poor Public Relations at COIs


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According to many, with the huge amount of money being spent on the operations of the Commissions, it was expected that public relations would have been a priority so that the billions of people out there who could not make it into those 3 small rooms to witness the sittings will be well informed of happenings through digital platforms like website, Facebook, Twitter and more.

Many expressed dismay that video clips of the events of the Commissions are not being uploaded on the COIs website for easy access for people who cannot make it to the rooms to sit at their comfort zones and follow its happenings.

Quite unfortunately, to date people around the world who, as a result of work and/or busy schedules could not watch the sittings through AYV and other media outlets during the process, will miss out because there are no uploads on the Commission’s website.

There have been several calls for the government to ensure that the Commission strengthen its PR Unit and further ensure that its digital platforms are updated with video and audio clips.

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