NBS television has today proved that it’s the country’s number one station when it comes to issues and news coverage.
The CEO of NBS Kin Karisa led the NBS team to State House for a twitter live coverage of President Yoweri Museveni with hash tag #AskMuseveni.
The CEO of NBS Kin Karisa with First Lady Janet and President Yoweri Museveni at State House
The NBS Television brand is growing each passing day and this was shown today by statistics captured from today’s #AskMuseveni Twitter session.
The station today morning using the hashtag #AskMuseveni hosted an interactive question and answer twitter session with President Yoweri Museveni at State House, Entebbe.
The stats shows that NBS Tv is growing at a fast rate
The #AskMuseveni session which was live on NBS Tv posted impressive figures an indication that they are holding their grip on television market leadership in Uganda. The hash tag attracted 1068 people who posted 5015 posts reaching out to 3.5m people with 18m impressions.
The stats of today’s interactive with President Museveni
Museveni used the online session to respond to various questions fielded by members of the public on twitter and Facebook.
He explained a number of issues ranging from the ongoing campaigns, the state of the economy, the recent Pope Francis visit to Uganda and other social issues.
M7 at State house today with NBS staff
President Yoweri Museveni used the occasion to endorse a DVD with the video of Pope Francis in Uganda recorded by NBS who were the official broadcaster of the Pontiff’s visit.
The sky is the limit for the Kamwokya based station. NBS’ growth is attributed to the stations nonsense attitude and commitment to provide excellent and balanced information.