Have you ever watched the Newsfile on Joy News and felt Samson Lardy Ayenini was not asking the hard-hitting questions you would want him to ask? That he was not grilling the panelist as you expected him to?

Then here is your chance to have the panelist grilled and your questions answered as you would want as the Newsfile takes off live at the East Wing Auditorium of the University of Professional Studies (UPSA), Accra this Saturday, December 28, 2019.

“We are looking forward to them having the opportunity of behaving like us and feeling the way we feel,” Mr Lardy Anyenini said to Kojo Yankson host of the Super Morning Show on Joy FM Friday.

Samson and three others will be moderating the event which will have at least a panel of 10 members. Topics for the event will touch on all aspects of the national sphere including, the economy, politics, corruption, education, election, and electoral violence, media freedoms, etc.

Personalities to be present at the event include Bright Simons, Professor H.K. Prempeh, Martin Kpebu, Kofi Abotsi, and Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa.

The rest are Dr. Yaw Adutwum, John Jinapor, Doris Yaa Aggrey, Gabby Asare Otchere Darko, John Boadu, Samuel Ofosu Ampofo, Suleimana Braimah and Lys Hayfron Asare among others.

Audience will be permitted to ask questions directly and indirectly through the moderators for the purpose of order.

“We the hosts will do a lot more of taking the questions that they in the audience would have. And then we would ask them for them. Some of them would be given the opportunity to ask the questions themselves.”

The audience is expected to be seated at 8 o’clock in the morning to allow for interaction between the moderators and the pannel.

See below the line up of the topics and the panel composition

-Bright Simons
-Prof. H. Kwesi Prempeh
-Martin Kpebu 

-Kofi Abotsi
-Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa 
-Bright Simmons 
-Dr. Yaw Adutwum 

-John Jinapor 
-Bright Simmons 
-Doris Yaa Aggrey Ahiati
-Gabby Asare Otchere Darko

-Prof. H. Kwesi Prempeh 
-Kofi Abotsi
-John Boadu 
-Ofosu Ampofo 

-Sulemana Briamah 
-Liz Hayfron Asare
-Prof. H. Kwesi Prempeh