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Wednesday, February 14, 2018 - 16:44
Radio enables citizens express their views and give them hope for peace through the daily broadcast of peace messages, Torit Imotong State citizens expressed during the World Radio day celebration on Tuesday.
Moses Yakudu, one of the citizens say radio updates people on the ongoing peace process in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Emmanuel Radio reports.
Yakudu appreciates the effectiveness of radios in his community and that they are affordable to people in the grass root and listen to news and entertainment.
Moses Yakudu adds that radio has promoted unity between his family members and neighbours because people usually gather around in the evening hours for news updates.
Having a radio is like having ears around the globe because you can get news from every corner of the world, says Itiara Linda a resident at hai Kuku says.
She regrets that she can no longer listen to radio to get firsthand information because she cannot afford to buy batteries.
Itiara Linda urges neighbours to share correct information from their radios with those that cannot afford buying radios.
This year’s theme for the world radio day is ‘’Radio and Sports.’’

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