Radio is said to be the most dependable and moderate medium of exchanging data and learning in numerous groups where access to power, web, and TV is not all conceivable in Africa.
It likewise offers an open door for little groups whose voices are not heard on more extensive medium, to convey what needs be on delicate subjects which influences their nation or group, while in the meantime ensured behind “a voice”.
Each February thirteenth is set apart as World Radio Day. A global day established by the United Nation General Assembly, since 2011 to praise radio as a noteworthy type of free expression over the world.
2017’s World Radio Day is under the theme “Radio is you”, (according to) it plans to remind the world that radio would be nothing without the gathering of people and that the group of audience is quite of us