About us

ABOUT VOICE OF AFRICA RADIO

VOICE OF AFRICA RADIO

Voice of Africa became inevitable when the people of African descent in Canada needed a platform to air their views and propagate their culture. The Radio station incorporated in 2012 started as a weekly program on Canadian Multicultural Radio 101.3 FM. We officially launched our online 24hrs station on September 2014. We believe a Radio station should reflects people’s wishes and yearnings and it is best achieved when our listeners are part of the conversation. We encourage feedback from our listeners and we assure a prompt response. If you wish to contact us, please make use of the contact page.

Educative

Our programs are geared to illuminate on relevant current and past issues in order to have informed listeners.

Enlightening

As a social medium platform, we engage the community mindfully and promote social cohesion to grow a better enlightened society.

entertaining

We are the official platform for all genre of African music extending to R&B, Soul, Reggae, Soca and Jazz.

welcome

NOW YOU CAN ONLINE STREAM OUR RADIO

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BROADCASTERS

OUR BROADCASTERS

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Musediq Abdul

Presenter

Eudora Arletta

Presenter

RICOH IMAGING

Michael Oloyade

Executive Producer

From the desk of the editor-in-chief

From the Editor-In-Chief

“The day will come when history will speak. But it will not be the history which will be taught in Brussels, Paris, Washington or the United Nations…Africa will write its history, and in both north and south, it will be a history of glory and dignity.

–Patrice Lumumba

At the end of the day, we are our stories. Our stories become our histories. But who is doing the writing? For far too long, we have been denied the opportunity to tell our side of the stories. For far too long, our portrayal has been condescending or, at best, patronized. It is about time we write our own stories. If journalism is the first version of history, then we owe it to posterity to tell our communities stories as Africanadians. We are not an invisible community but a vibrant, entrepreneurial, and progressive community. Like every other community, we contribute to Canada, and our stories vis a vis contribution must be told. We are the voice. We enjoin you to join hands with us as we lift and fly our banner high. Let us shout it from the mountain top, let us celebrate ourselves.

Let the story begins.