The Sudan Tribune Reports:
Good News Radio went on air Monday evening, testing its signal for three continuous hours. Broadcasting on 89-FM, the station that is part of Sudan Catholic Radio Network, a community-based radio owned by the Catholic Diocese of Rumbek. The station is in Rumbek town, on Wulu Road.Fr. Don Bosco Ochieng, the director of Good News Radio affirmed that Sudan Catholic Radio Network (SCRN) has now established six stations in Southern Sudan. The station in Rumbek is called “Good News Radio,” which in the Dinka language is “Radio Thong Path”.
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