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  2. Nigeria: Customs Gives Updates On Seized Military Equipment in Adamawa

  3. Nigeria: Human Trafficking Victims Rebuild Their Lives After Returning Home

  4. Zimbabwe: Food Relief for Urban Poor

  5. Rwanda: Kagame in France for G7 Summit

  6. Nigeria: Why Buhari Told Ministers to Go Through Kyari for Meetings

  7. Africa: If We Want Water for All, Building More Taps Just Isn't Going to Wash

  8. Africa: G7 Leaders Urged to Promote Gender Empowerment

  9. Kenya: Kenyatta Links War on Graft to Last Term in Office

  10. South Africa: Inkatha Freedom Party Elects New President in 44 Years

  11. Somalia: National Army Gets Youngest Commander in History

  12. Uganda: UN Warns Over Looming Food Crisis

  13. Nigeria: Rema Makes Obama's Summer Playlist

  14. South Africa: Eight Licensing Officials Arrested for Licence Fee Avoidance Scam

  15. Kenya: Olympics Champ Rudisha Survives Horrific Car Crash

  16. Nigeria: Buhari Jets Out to Japan for 7th Tokyo Conference On Africa

  17. Nigeria: Tribunal - Buhari, Atiku Know Fate September 13

  18. Nigeria: Insecurity - 14 Killed, Eight Abducted in Attacks Across Nigeria Last Week

  19. Zimbabwe: Bulawayo Town Clerk Suspension Declared Null and Void

  20. South Africa: President Ramaphosa in France for G7 Summit

  21. Nigeria: #BBNaija - Tacha, Mercy Receive Strikes

  22. Kenya: Office That No Kenya Pipeline Staff Wants to Occupy

  23. South Africa: Silwerskerm Film Festival - 'Poppie Nongena' Wins Big

  24. Kenya: Former Ruto Wealthy Allies Plot New Alliance

  25. Kenya: Kilifi By-Election Sets Stage for Odinga, Ruto Battle

  26. Africa: Current Tactics Cannot Win War on Malaria, Experts Say

  27. Kenya: MPs in Tangatanga Camp Under Siege Over 2022 Poll Plans

  28. Kenya: Millie Odiambo - You Throw Mud At Me, I Hurl Sewage Back

  29. Kenya: Police - We'll Arrest Ali Punjani When He Arrives From India

  30. Zimbabwe: NGO Dismisses Abduction Claims

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About Voice Of Africa

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 information below.


Voice of Africa (VOA) Radio Canada is established to promote and propagate authentic Afro-centric culture and connect people of black heritage world-wide. Our main objective is to fulfill the responsibilities of Education, Enlightenment and public Entertainment by Broadcasting.

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