Kunyuyu launches Channel for All Nations Zikomo SMS promotion

Channel for All Nations (CAN) radio station has launched  Zikomo SMS promotion with the aim of generating funds for its upkeep.

CAN radio station disseminates religious programmes.

The launch was graced by Minister of Information, Moses Kunkuyu who urged the private sector in the country to support private radio stations saying multimedia play a great role in sustaining development in the country.

He said private radio stations in the country needed support even from the private sector to enable them continue disseminating information to the masses to make informed decisions.

Kunkuyu: Support private radios

“With minimum resources, these radio stations bring the gospel of salvation to a large number of people, so if given a chance and the financial support they need, they could offer wonderful contributions to the society and for our own salvation,” said Kunkuyu.

Speaking at the launch, International Christian Assembly (ICA) Media Board chair, Paul Makolosi said CAN radio station is a church based radio station which he noted since its inception has fulfilled their target.

“We need to grow and touch some more lives in the country, hence this function today, “said Makolosi

The promotion will run for three months. At the end of every month one winner will walk away with a vehicle plus many more other prizes including Scholarships to access place at Beston College and Share World University in Lilongwe, air tickets, Laptops, cell phones and mp3 players and among other things.

The main goal of the promotion is to raise K20 Million to buy equipment that will enable the radio station cover the whole Malawi.

CAN is currently covering two regions, the Southern Region and the Central Region and it clocked nine years since its establishment.

The promotion is undertaken in partnership with TNM, Airtel, Share Word University and Beston College.

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