Ms Felicity Naana Nelson, a political analyst on the Executive Breakfast Show (EBS) on Class91.3FM is set to be the face of the station’s new afternoon talk show, STRAIGHT TALK, which starts today, Thursday, 16 May 2019 and every Thursday from 2 to 3 p.m.
Straight Talk is a one-on-one probing political talk show where top political and business personalities who have been given the mandate to transform the lives of the ordinary Ghanaian through their offices, are quizzed on their mandate and delivery.
As a feminist and graduate of the London Metropolitan University, Ms Nelson believes women in the media should not be relegated to only hosting lifestyle and fashion curated shows.
Hence, as the host of what is socially constructed as a man's job, she intends to bridge the gender gap and be the voice of the people, by probing and holding the government and its mutual associates accountable.
Ms Nelson will bring to the table the audacity and the courage to speak to power and insist results are achieved.
Straight Talk is not cast in the mould of the usual “talk-and-go” syndrome that clothes most talk shows in Ghana.
Straight Talk is predicted to be the nation's number one current affairs talk show that produces results.