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19 June 2024, 5:56 pm

LIDDWA’s call for support for mental health care in Lira

By Denis Ongora Women with disabilities from Lira District Disabled Women Association (LIDDWA) advocate for better drug support for those facing mental health challenges. In a recent meeting with local health professionals, chaired by Apio Zela Beatrice, they emphasised the…

19 June 2024, 10:54 am

Officer in Charge Oyam prison arrested over death of inmate

By Chris Woo The officer in charge of Oyam prison has been arrested and charged with murder following the fatal shooting of a 20 year old inmate, Daniel Otim, during an escape attempt. The arrest of SP Sserukuma Karim came…

19 June 2024, 10:47 am

Kwania civil servants on the spot over child neglect

By Joshua Olomo Kwania Police in Kwania district have issued a stern warning to civil servants against child neglect, prompted by multiple complaints received by the Child and Family Protection Unit. The warning was issued on June 18, 2024 during…

18 June 2024, 11:55 am

Gov’t proposes stopping operations of District Service Commissions

By Denis Okello Lira The Ugandan government proposes replacing District Service Commissions with national or regional bodies to combat corruption, following reports of bribery and misconduct. Nicholas Abola, Commissioner for Information and Communication at the Directorate of Ethics and Integrity,…

17 June 2024, 7:12 pm

President Museveni to launch Akii Bua stadium construction in Lira

President Yoweri Museveni is expected to inaugurate the construction of Akii Bua stadium in Lira City this July, honouring Uganda’s first Olympic gold medalist, John Akii Bua. The 20,000 seat stadium, to be built by Samco contractors and Khater sport,…

17 June 2024, 9:47 am

Police uproots marijuana grown in Oyam district

The territorial police in Oyam district have launched a major crackdown on marijuana trade, led by IP Riomoi Terence. During the operation, a substantial amount of marijuana was confiscated, and a key cultivator, Owiny Denis, was arrested. By Chris Woo…

12 June 2024, 11:08 am

Kwania man walks naked after staking underwear on card games

By Joshua Olomo Kwania Residents of Aoli Village, Agwiciri Parish, Inomo Sub County were engulfed in deep astonishment on Monday after a 28-year-old man walked naked for nearly five kilometers from the trading centre to his home after losing all the…

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

Motto
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.

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES.

  • 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