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Radio Ndeke Luka Celebrates 15 Years of Service to Central Africans

27-03-2015

Radio Ndeke Luka Celebrates 15 Years of Service to Central Africans

Radio Ndeke Luka, the most popular radio station in the Central African Republic, celebrates its 15th anniversary this Friday, March 27, 2015. This radio station, created by Fondation Hirondelle (FH) and supported by the international community, has gained the trust of Central Africans over the years by sharing the realities of their lives and continuing to develop in a humanitarian, economic and security environment which has often been catastrophic. Fifteen years after it was launched, Radio Ndeke Luka is the only independent radio in the Central African Republic that broadcasts round the clock to the whole country.

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