CCAP Nkhoma Synod says it will roll out its airwaves by end of December this year.
Moderator for the Synod, Reverend Vasco Kachipapa said they are expecting to be on air by December 30 this year.
“I would like to assure the public and all the Christians that the radio they have been waiting for is finally here to give them the best. The radio will start its operations by the end of December this year,” Rev. Kachipapa said.
The Moderator attributed the delay to commence radio’s broadcasting services due to failure of procuring a transmitter for airwaves.
“We would have started sooner, but the problem was that we had difficulties in procuring a transmitter for the airwaves.
“We have bought it and the process of installing the transmitter will start next week and thereafter broadcasting will commence,” he added.
The radio station has been funded by the Synod and is expected to start its broadcasting services at regional level thereafter it will expand to other regions.
Kachipapa said the radio will mainly focus on advancing the gospel so that it reaches all corners of Malawi.
The radio will be holistic in its programming and some of the programmes listeners should expect include, among others, health related issues and evangelism.
Nkhoma Synod received their broadcasting licence mid this year.