Rahma Radio - List Of Our Programmes
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Programmes List

MU KOMA GONA

A 30 minute program on agriculture with analysis on current methods, new agricultural implements and fertilizers, geared towards better yields. The aim of this program is to draw, especially the rural populace, back to farm, thus reducing unemployment and rural-urban drift.

MAJALISARMU

A 30 minutes weekly program that discusses and summarizes the proceedings of the legislature from the Local Government Councils, State and National Assemblies. It also discusses issues raised in and outside the legislature with brief interviews of the legislators and the general public on legislative-related issues.

AKUSHI DA RUFI

A 30 minutes program aimed at motivating the populace to become conversant with simple nutritious food available within our locality. It also teaches methods of cooking so that the nutrients are not lost by being over-cooked.

MAHANGA

A 30 minutes program that identifies societal problems and proffer suggested solution in solving the problems.

  1. WATA-DUBA

A 30 minutes Hausa Drama that reflects the living condition in our society and also offers solution inĀ  various forms it is also to entertain populace while passing a message.

WOMEN IN FOCUS

A 30 minutes program that teaches women vocational skills while in the confines of their homes.

IYAYEN GIJI

One hour program that deal generally on marital issues that concern women (child upgrading, issues of divorce e.t.c).

MU-SAN DOKOKI

A 30 minute program aimed at enlightening the public on the court processes and procedures. It involves judges, lawyers, police, prisons warders and the general public. It highlights issues involving court and judicial proceedings. Prisons are visited to find the condition of inmates particularly those awaiting trial, who might get legal assistance or financial relief in order to hasten the process of their release.

THE PENDULUM
Just as the real pendulum swings, in this context it is designed as multi-segment weekly hour-long live talk-show, which has in its focus, all issues that are directly or in directly related to the noble quest for improving the lot of northern Nigerian youth and the Nigerian youth by extension. Health, culture politics economics education are discussed
HIKIMA CE KO FASAHA

1 hour phone in program (an interview with Hausa Artist, producers or Directors on a weekly basis). The objectives is to try and preserve our traditional music and instruments, in order to save our cultural heritage.

EMOTION

1 hour program on contemporary issues of society that affect emotional affairs of individuals.

DAGA BAKIN TALAKA

A 30 minutes program designed to focus on the views of the masses, concerning the performance of their elective representatives.

KURI’ARKA YANCINKA

A 30 minutes political program aimed at sensitizing and creating awareness for the general public on how to vote credible leaders.

LAFIYA BABBAR NI’IMA

A 30 minutes program that aims to educate the general public on health related issues. Under this program doctors from different fields are invited from Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital (AKTH) with which we have a working relationship. Issues already discussed under this program, include this the importance of the vaccinations, attending maternity clinics by pregnant women in order to reduce maternal mortality and mobility (Dr. Suleiman Gaya). We also spoke about diabetes (Dr. Borodo) and simple hygiene to prevent communicable diseases such as cholera, tuberculosis, common cold e.t.c.

ABINCINKA MAGANIN-KA

A 30 minute program that will bring out in focus various natural supplies that are reality available but not popularly known by most people. The program will accommodates few phone-in and discuss advanced forwarded questions.

WANI ZOMO A SABARA KAN BARSHI

A 30 minutes program to educated people with special needs and their parent / guardian to develop on how to develop them to be useful to themselves and the community they live in. it also seeks to enlighten the public to stop using nagetive language against these people with special needs. We feature Dr. Jibril Isah from Bayero University Kano (B U K) who is blind as an encouragement to these groups of people. This program also tries to take beggars and street urchins of the street by building confidence into themselves.

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