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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Babacar Justin Ndiaye
You would be forgiven for thinking that the launch of this country's newest TV station was an event backed by Senegal's government.
"Via television you can touch the maximum number of people," he said. "You can manipulate public opinion. So the state always wants to maintain a monopoly on that."
Political analyst Babacar Justin Ndiaye notes that TV has immense power to influence.