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Hi-Impact TV targets WAEC, JAMB candidates

Hi-Impact TV targets WAEC, JAMB candidates

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Tobi Aworinde

Solution Media and Infotech, the parent company of Hi-Impact Planet Amusement Park, has concluded plans to inaugurate a television station, Hi-Impact TV.

The tourism and entertainment company, in a statement made available to SUNDAY PUNCH, said the TV station would benefit pupils who were preparing to take the West African Secondary School Certificate Examinations, Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board exams and others.

The statement read in part, “Hi-Impact Television will make its debut on our screens on June 1. The inauguration will be on May 29, but the public will have the opportunity of viewing the TV station from June 1. It is aimed at bringing back those programmes that are lacking on the television these days.

“When the Mexican soap operas came to our screens, they were captivating. The storylines were so interesting that everybody, young and old, male and female, wanted to watch them. The idea is to recapture all those things that are missing in the entertainment world.

“Viewers will see programmes like the popular America’s Got Talent, X Factor and a lot of other programmes that are captivating audiences nationally and internationally. There are also Mexican soap operas like Paloma and Diego, The Gardener’s Daughter and Moreno.

“The educational part of the TV station is tailored to JSS 3 and SSS 3 pupils who are preparing for WAEC, as well as those that are preparing to sit for JAMB, to teach them those subjects that have proved difficult. To that extent, qualified and competent teachers have been employed that would take these pupils based on the current syllabus.”

The statement noted that pupils would be able to follow the tutorials from their TV screens in a relaxed environment and that parents could guide their children.

According to the company, the broadcast will focus mainly on music, entertainment, movies and education.

“Hi-Impact TV, which is the first full high-definition television station in Nigeria, will be on digital television and free-to-air. It will be 24 hours,” it added.

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