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17 July 2024, 1:19 pm

Four men arrested for allegedly impregnating eight pupils in Amolatar

By Joshua Olomo Amolatar Four men have been arrested in Amolatar district on suspicion of impregnating eight primary school girls.  The arrests were made after officials at Teleba Nursery and Primary School discovered that eight students were pregnant following medical…

15 July 2024, 10:51 am

Uganda experiences a surge in diabetes cases

By Denis Okello Uganda is registering a surge in cases of diabetes. According to a study conducted by the Economic Policy Research Centre, there has been a notable increase in the number of diabetes cases in Uganda, particularly among individuals…

13 July 2024, 3:07 pm

Security in Lango under scrutiny for corruption in UPDF recruitment

By Joshua Olomo Security in Lango is under scrutiny for alleged involvement in corruption in the Uganda People’s Defence Forces recruitment exercise. Speaking to our reporter at the UPDF recruitment exercise for Apac and Kwania on July 12, 2024, some…

12 July 2024, 3:32 pm

Police orders locally remodeled motorcycles off the road

By Denish Ongora Lira Police in Lango have issued a directive to remove all locally modified motorcycles from the roads. Over the past few years, a number of young people in Lango, particularly in Lira city, have been modifying motorcycles…

11 July 2024, 7:35 pm

Farmers in Kwania north trained on kuroiler chicken farming

By Joshua Olomo Ninety farmers from Kwania north have received training in Kuroiler chicken farming. These farmers, selected from Aduku town council, Aduku subcounty, Inomo subcounty, Akali subcounty, and Inomo town council, were trained and provided with 2,862 Kuroiler chickens…

10 July 2024, 1:59 pm

Over 6,000 cattle vaccinated against FMD in Lira city

By Michael Ojok A total of 6,557 cattle have been vaccinated against Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) in Lira city. Dr Nelson Okello, the Veterinary Officer of Lira city, reported that 4,183 of the vaccinated cattle were from the Lira…

8 July 2024, 10:36 am

West Lango Bishop emeritus calls for probe into rising student strikes

By Denish Ongora The bishop emeritus of West Lango diocese, Alfred Acur Okodi, has urged school administrations to investigate the increasing incidents of student strikes. Yesterday, at Lira Town College in Lira city, during his speech after the swearing-in ceremony…

3 July 2024, 2:57 pm

10 Comboni College students in Lira city suspended for indiscipline

By Isaac Okello Ten students from Comboni college in Lira city have been indefinitely suspended for disciplinary reasons. Lira City Education Officer Jasper Abura confirmed the suspension, stating that the students’ future now rests with the board of governors. He…

2 July 2024, 2:40 pm

Lira city boda boda riders protest police commander’s transfer

By Denish Ongora Lira Boda boda riders in Lira City protested this morning against the transfer of Police Commander Abel Ruganza. The riders, led by Owera Juma, chairperson of the Lira City West Division Boda boda Riders’ Association, marched to…

30 June 2024, 5:43 pm

Lango farmers embrace soil and water conservation for food security

By Odota Adubango Moureen Uganda faces alarming soil fertility decline and food security threats due to erosion and poor management. Local initiatives promote conservation practices and sustainable farming to mitigate risks and protect ecosystems, supported by NGOs and community efforts.…

About Us

Voice of Lango 88.0 and 100.4 FM (VOL) is Northern Uganda’s leading radio and excelling brand. Established in 2008 the radio boasts of unrivaled premium content, quality programming with competitive and qualified staff that suits the interest of the target listeners.

Strategically positioned at the hub of Lira City, the station has the coverage of over 140kms radius with an estimated over 6.5 million listeners drawn from the districts of Lira City, Otuke, Alebtong, Amolatar, Apac, Kwania, Dokolo, Oyam, Omoro, Gulu City, Pader, Kitgum, Abim, Masindi, Nakasongola, Kaberamaido, Soroti, Amuria and some parts of Karamoja Sub-region.

Over the years, Voice of Lango Fm has been voted and ranked number one radio in Northern Uganda as per the 2012, 2013, 2014 IPSOS Reports.

Voice of Lango fm’s strategic goal and resolve is to address social issues which includes but not limited to; Health, Education, Gender and Poverty alleviation and thus leverages on this to the best radio station in the sensitization and promotion campaigns for our population.

The Station is intended to give our advertisers approximately 33% of the frequency Modulation national Coverage 24 hours.

The radio is regulated by Uganda Communications Communication and is also monitored by the Country’s top advertising agencies such as IPSOS the reason why we are the preferred choice for the leading brands and giant companies for advertising and promotions.

VOL is a member to many umbrella media associations like National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Lango Media Owners and Managers Association amongst others.

Vision, Mission, Core Values

Voice of Truth

Vision Statement
To become the leading electronic media in Northern Uganda, producing quality, educative, accurate, informative and trendy entertainment.

Mission Statement;
To produce quality, valuable, innovative, and entertaining programs so as to foster the socio-economic and political development of our people.

Our Values
Honesty – Openness and integrity

Courage- Backed research and facts

Innovation- Ambition and continuous improvement

Excellence- In operation, customer care, performance, product quality, service and social responsibility.


  • To satisfy listener needs through innovative programmes,
  • To involve the community by keeping them in touch through the radio
  • To provide an effective and lucrative advertising platform for our clients