Kachaje launches business radio programme on Trans World Radio Malawi

Business Entrepreneur and Speaker Henry Kachaje has launched a weekly radio programme on Trans World Radio (TWR).

Called Nzeru Pa Chuma, Kachaje says he decided to introduce the radio programme to help many Malawians who are looking for information on how to move of out poverty.

He explained that some Christians especially have a wrong view of wealth and riches attributing these to Satanism or luck of some kind.

“How can you say ndalama ndi Satana? Mukutanthauza kuti mukapita ku church, mumakapereka timasatana mu mbale ija mpaka abusa nkulandira nkudalitsa timasatana?” (Does it mean at church, you offer Satans in offertory and then the pastor blesses Satans?) asked Kachaje in an interview on TWR.

Kachaje: On air with business tips
Kachaje: On air with business tips

He said that Malawians will be able to be millionaires if they change their fundamental views on money, wealth and their belief that they always need capital to start a business.

TWR Malawi’s National Director Victor Kaonga said the programme Nzeru Pa Chuma is a unique programme in Malawi which he believes will help change the business lives of many.

“This is where one gets the Biblical and practical wisdom on how to make money. And being facilitated by a well-sought after entrepreneur is a blessing to TWR listeners,” said Kaonga, adding that the programme has already started attracting lots of listeners across the country.

The 30-minute programme airs on Saturdays at 7:30 pm and rebroadcast on Mondays afternoon at 3:00pm.

Kachaje is the Managing Director for Business Consult Africa which is championing the Entrepreneurship Revolution Programme (ERP) which targets 200,000 entrepreneurs who can contribute to Malawi’s economic growth in five years.

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