Hi guys!

This is a quick update on a campaign I’ve been helping Ghana Decides with for Ghana’s upcoming December elections. It’s called the Ghana Decides Tag – modeled after the actual game of tag and the “Ghana Tag” series on Youtube – and basically it’s an opportunity for Ghanaians – at home and abroad – to share their views on what’s important for them this election year.

All you have to do is download the How-To guide from Ghana Decides, record yourself on video answering about five questions – and post the video online via youtube, facebook, twitter etc while tagging some of your friends to do their own videos!

Camera shy? Do it with a group of friends or make an audio recording instead! The best part? You have full creative liberation! Just make sure to include the hashtags #GHDTag and #GhanaDecides and also cc @GhanaDecides so it’s added to the GHDTag video playlist.

I won’t ramble on. Click here for a full description of the project and how to play. You can also check below for the demo video which gives a general overview on how the Ghana Decides Tag works and see some of the videos uploaded so far. Don’t have video equipment? Contact Ghana Decides to schedule a filming!

Each of us has a stake in Ghana’s future so how that future unfolds depends on each of us. Need I say more? Tag, YOU’RE IT! ;)

P.S. On a different, but related note, check out another project by BloggingGhana: BlogCamp. This video highlights the 2012 BlogCamp so keep your ears peeled for BlogCamp 2013!

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Jemila Abdulai is the creative director, editor and founder of the award-winning website Circumspecte.com. A media and international development professional and economist by training, she combines her business, communications and project management expertise with her strong passion for Africa. Besides writing and reading, she enjoys travel, global cuisine, movies, and good design.

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