Choirs of West Nile

Choirs of West Nile Program on 90.9 comes at 2:00pm till 4:00pm, every Sunday, and it is presented by Ariku Jacinto. Choir songs from West Nile are played in this show.

Sun: 2:00—4:00 pm

Language: Lögbara and Kakwa and some English

Objectives:
  • To promote liturgical songs and active participation in the liturgy;
  • To allow choirs to learn new songs from other choirs;
  • To offer a better understanding of the liturgical seasons;
  • To encourage members of the Christian community to join the choir in their local chapels;
  • To offer in the Sunday afternoon the atmosphere of the Day of the Lord.
Target:

General appeal; listener of 10 years and above.

Music:

Adherence to choir songs in Lögbara and Kakwa languages.

Style:

Participation of the listener is through greeting cards and the SMS media. Sometimes choir members are guests who discuss issues that concern their choir group.

33 Comments

  1. OGARABA DENIS

    AT HOW MUCH CAN I GET ALL THE CHOIR SONGS FROM RADIO PACIS

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    • Geria Emmanuel

      Greetings to all Choir members of Onezu chapel, Micu parish.

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    • Alfred Afidra

      I need Catholic Church songs in lugbara

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    • Aguta morish luzira

      I want all the last year festival songs for lodoga
      please

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  2. Afidras Alfred

    I need lugbara gospel musics

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    • alema brian

      yes I need

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  3. dramani Rhonee

    How do i get the songs played on this show

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  4. ALULE VINCENT.

    Im in Kasese Diocese.how can I get gospel songs.

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    • Geria Emmanuel

      Most of the songs in Arua diocese are in key F Major and are played with local instruments (adungu), so interesting but how ever, no advancement in western instruments eg playing poano keyboard in various keys great problem in Arua diocese diocese. What can be done to solve this problem so as to complete in international Catholic music industry?

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  5. Amandu Richard

    Greetings to apangu Joseph,egataa Kennedy and bilio all at osidribiku trading not forgetting angupale geofry arua one fm

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  6. Mawa charlrs

    I love lugbara gospel songs and I’m encouraging the youth to continue their God loving spirit.

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    • Jakisa Johnbaptist

      Yes master,me I love lugbara gospels songs but the problems I don’t understand the meaning.

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      • Abiriga simply Buga

        I’m Simon Abiriga from Adibo trading centre, Yumbe. Lovely program. Greetings to all the members of Arafa events organizers, my family members, Irene, Walter, Brian, and Vivian in Yumbe, all members of Celestial choir Yumbe.

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  7. ALIDIPI TOM

    Hello presenter am ALIDIPI TOM from ucu Arua campus i love the program may send my regards to fr Yandu Kizito,youth chaplain,fr Gabriel Nyaku pp lugbari parish,my beloved frnds afema ezra,Asiku Silvano,Waku Elipidio all in lugbari chapel Eva Maka in Adalafu,Letaru Christine in Oli, Nalunga charity in portbell may play for them Di Adro ma mva by lugbari chapel choir.

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  8. Waran Charles

    I have been following radio Pacis and when I leave for studies in Italy, it has been very difficult following all the programmes. Am a seminarian and can I some the hymns for my continuous follow of the programme. I feel good when I listen to them ( choirs of West Nile?. Greetings and peace to all.

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  9. aniku martin

    i am aniku martin 3rd year bachelor of community psychology student from makerere university. i like lugbara gospels but i can not access here. thanks

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  10. Enzama Fred yoti

    How can I get choir song I’m Fred yoti from anzisin

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  11. Gama steven

    Thanks goes to the management of Radio pacis for the innovative ideas that resulted into the choirs of west Nile program. However, we miss the program especially when we are out of west Nile. Can the management have these songs put on a platform that can be easily accessed!!!! They inspire a lot and uplifts one’s spirit.

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  12. Olega fred Mukosa

    Mukosa from pajulu thanks alot for the programme send my greetings to:
    Fr.Ark Okol
    Mum Monica Draru
    Bros.and sisters in ombokoro odupi
    Mama Mannuela and
    Scola in okokoro.

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  13. Munguchi Jimmy

    I like lugbara gospel songs but how can i get them im in Entebbe greetings to bro ariku moses ,yakindu gedion, Vito ,sister scovia daddy John mammy Esther

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  14. azandu geoffrey

    i like the songs but some are not well harmonized. greetings to all choir members in ediofe and lodonga vicariates

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    • Abima Martin

      Thanks,,,, that is senior talking,,, me I’m quite enjoying the songs always

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      • Abima Martin

        Hi presenter,,, Abima Martin from muni ,,,regards to all choir members in arua diocese and Obs and Ogs of saint Ireneous Odravu ss ,,love the programme

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  15. Abima Martin

    Hi presenter, I’m Abima Martin getting you clear from muni university,, regards to all choir members of st.Joseph chapel gala’ba and,all choir members of arua diocese , love the program

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  16. ACIDRI MICHAEL

    Yes, church songs makes one to feel God’s presence and love.

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  17. Dramani Santos

    Drama is and ayah mail.com

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  18. Anguma simon

    Am simon from kimikimiri village. I like the progamme send my greetings to beloved one winny from amanipi rich,amos mama luja dady karani play for them dratta yesu kiristo dri ri, thanks

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  19. Anguma simon

    You will get them

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  20. Anguma simon

    Am Simon from kimikimiri village, greatings to richard, amos and our sister jane from congo last winny from amanipi continue to encouraging the youths.

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  21. Anguipi Felix Drama-aga

    Am Anguipi Felix Drama-aga from maracha. Thanx for the programme am a big fan of church music and a song writer also. I encourage christians to join the choir coz it’s said dat ‘he who sings well prays twice’. (st. Augustine)

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