Staff

Core Management

Fr. Tonino Pasolini is a Comboni Missionary priest from Italy who has served in Uganda for more than 40 years. Since 2001, he has served as the director of the Arua Diocese Media Centre which includes Radio Pacis; he is also the diocesan communication secretary. He has experience as a provincial of his congregation, a parish priest and the diocesan pastoral coordinator.

 

Core Management

Ms. Sherry Meyer is a lay missionary from the USA who has served in Uganda since 1991. She serves as the station manager of Radio Pacis and the Human Resource Manager for the Arua Diocese Media Centre. She holds a doctorate in educational administration, curriculum and supervision and a master degree in theology. She has been with Radio Pacis since her appointment by the bishop in 2001.

 

Core Management

Mr. Acidri Ernest is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. He serves as the chief news editor at Radio Pacis. Working in radio since 1998, he joined Radio Pacis in 2004. He holds a bachelor degree in mass communications from Makerere University as well as a diploma in journalism from UMI. While at Radio Pacis he was awarded a scholarship for a study trip to the USA in April 2007 from the US Embassy.

 

Core Management

Mr. Okello Alfred is a Ugandan from the Alur people. He currently serves as assistant station manager for Radio Pacis 101.4 FM in Gulu. With a diploma in development studies, he joined Radio Pacis through the candidate-mentor program in 2009. He serves as associate producer and traffic scheduler for 101.4 FM.

 

+Ayoku Tony

Mr. Ayoku Tonny is a Ugandan from the Kakwa and Lögbari peoples. He joined Radio Pacis in 2007. He holds a bachelor degree in business administration from Uganda Christian University. He currently serves as Marketing and Public Relations Manager.

 

Core Management

Mr. Enguma Samson is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. He currently serves as the technical team leader at Radio Pacis. He first joined Radio Pacis as an intern in 2012. He holds a diploma in telecommunications engineering from UICT Nakawa.

 

Core Management

Mr. Nyamua Walter is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. Currently serving as the IT administrator, he joined Radio Pacis in 2007. He holds a diploma in information technology and science; he continually updates himself through courses in Microsoft systems engineering. He is currently pursuing a bachelor degree at Gulu University.

 

Core Management

Mr. Alicema Victor is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. He currently serves as financial administrator. He joined Arua Diocese Media Centre in 2007. He holds several diplomas in business studies, a bachelor’s degree in business administration/accounting from Uganda Christian University and an MBA from Bugema University.

Middle Management

Ms. Acirocan Flavia is a Ugandan from the Alur people. She currently serves as associate producer for 94.5 FM. With a diploma in journalism, she joined Radio Pacis through the candidate-mentor program in 2009. She also co-presents Amazing Life on 94.5 and produces the Alur version of Scripture Moment.

 

Middle Management

Mr. Apamaku Gaetano is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. He currently serves as associate producer for 90.9 FM. With a bachelor degree in philosophy, he joined Radio Pacis through the candidate-mentor program in 2009. He hosts Pastoral Forum and Come Home.

 

Middle Management

Mr. Hafiz Bakhit is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. He currently serves as news editor for morning editions. With some experience in radio and a bachelor degree in social science, he joined Radio Pacis in 2008. He co-presents the Daily and Weekly Press Reviews. He produces many of the newscasts and news programs.

 

Middle Management

Mr. Ojok Emmanuel is a Ugandan born in Jinja to parents from Lira and Moyo. He currently serves as news editor for evening editions. With diploma in education, he joined Radio Pacis in 2008. An award winning journalist with multiple language skills, he co-presents the Daily Press Review and News Journal Plus.

 

Middle Management

Mr. Atule Moses is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. With a bachelor degree in mass communications from Uganda Christian University, he joined Radio Pacis through the candidate-mentor program in 2012. He is the assistant news editor for morning and evening editions.

 

+Akuaku John

Mr. Akuaku John is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. He currently serves as the traffic scheduler for 90.9 FM. He joined Radio Pacis as a marketing agent in 2012. He holds a bachelor degree in business administration from Uganda Christian University.

 

Middle Management

Mr. Vuzi George is a Ugandan from the Ma’di people. With a diploma in project planning, he joined Radio Pacis in 2008. He currently serves as the traffic scheduler for 94.5 FM. He presents Morning Call, and Cultural Perspectives on 94.5 FM. He also reads the Ma’di version of Sports Update. He is also a talk show host.

 

Middle Management

Mr. Alule Dominic is a Ugandan from the Ma’di people. He joined Radio Pacis in 2004. He holds a diploma in electrical installation and as a member of the technical team specializes in electronics and power generation. He currently serves as the assistant technical team leader.

 

Middle Management

Mr. Ayikobua Ismail is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. He currently serves as assistant IT administrator. With a bachelor degree information technology from Uganda Christian University, he joined Radio Pacis through a probation period in 2013.

 

Middle Management

Mr. Adriko Christopher is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. He currently serves as assistant marketing and public relations manager in the Arua Diocese Media Centre. He joined Radio Pacis as a marketing agent in 2012. He holds a bachelor degree in business administration from Uganda Christian University.

Middle Management

Mr. Drajo David is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. He currently serves as assistant financial administrator. With a bachelor’s degree in business administration/accounting from Uganda Christian University, he joined Arua Diocese Media Centre in 2012. He is currently pursuing his CPA accreditation.

 

Middle Management

Mr. Madira Geofrey is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. He joined Radio Pacis as a marketing agent in 2012. He holds a diploma in cooperatives and business administration from Uganda Cooperatives College, Kigumba. He currently serves as storekeeper in the Arua Diocese Media Centre.

Radio Journalist

Ms. Amito Fosca is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. With a certificate in journalism from UMCAT, she joined Radio Pacis through an internship in 2012. She presents Friendly Connections and Bongo and Genge Flavor. She also produces features.

Radio Journalist

Mr. Amule Daniel is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. With a diploma in community-based rehabilitation, he joined Radio Pacis through the candidate-mentor program in 2010. He devotes most of his time to the news department as a reporter. He co-presents Weekly News Review.

Radio Journalist

Ms. Amviko Sarah is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. With a diploma in journalism from the Uganda Pentecostal University, she joined Radio Pacis as a volunteer in 2012. She is currently a music archivist. She also works in the production department, produces features and presents Uganda Music Mix.

Radio Journalist

Mr. Andabati Yusuf is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. With years of experience as a volunteer in the Radio Pacis drama school, he joined the candidate-mentor program in 2010. He served as a studio assistant in the production department and drama department. Currently, he is the presenter of Good Morning West Nile and West Nile Traditional Music. He also hosts the Rural Radio Debates.

Radio Journalist

Ms. Aol Jacqueline is a Ugandan from the Alur people. With a diploma in literacy, she joined Radio Pacis in 2008. She currently serves as a senior presenter. She presents Gospel Morning and Wacidh Anyim. She also hosts the Rural Radio Debates and Weekly Perspective.

Radio Journalist

Mr. Ariku Jacinto is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. He joined Radio Pacis in 2007. He is a production assistant in the music department, specializing in religious music. He also presents Ama mu drile and Choirs of West Nile.

Radio Journalist

Mr. Asiki Alex is a Ugandan from the Kakwa people. He joined Radio Pacis in 2011. He presents Kuyi uti ngero and reads the Kakwa version of Sports Update. He also presents Farmers Talk and the Gospel Morning Show 90.9. He is the productions coordinator and a talk show host.

Radio Journalist

Ms. Atim Pamela is a Ugandan from the Langi people. She joined Radio Pacis through the candidate-mentor program in 2013. With a diploma in law from the Law Development Centre in Kampala, she currently serves a news reader and presenter of God is Calling on 94.5. She is also the administrative assistant in the programs office.

Radio Journalist

Ms. Bayoa Janet is a Ugandan from the Ma’di people. Joining Radio Pacis in 2008, she divides her time between the news department and presentation. She is a Ma’di news reader and presents Amatura. She co-presents Amazing Life on 94.5 and she produces the Ma’di version of Scripture Moment.

Radio Journalist

Ms. Bithum Betty is a Ugandan from the Alur people. Joining Radio Pacis in 2012, she presents Gospel Afternoon and Mama’s Weekend and Faith Matters. She also works in the production and drama departments. She produces features as well.

+Drate Joseph

Mr. Drate Joseph (better known as Jo da Home Boy) is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. With some experience in radio, he joined Radio Pacis in 2014. He co-presents In da Mood. He also presents God is Calling and Farmers Talk.

Radio Journalist

Ms. Javuru Mildrade is a Ugandan from the Alur people. She joined Radio Pacis through the candidate-mentor program in 2013. With some prior experience in radio, she divides her time between news and presentation. She presents Radio Pacis Quiz and news in English and Alur languages.

Radio Journalist

Ms. Lekuru Annet is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. She joined Radio Pacis through the candidate-mentor program in 2011. She devotes most of her time to the news department as a reporter and news reader. She co-presents Weekly News Review, evening News Journal and assists in the production of conflict-sensitive journalism broadcasts.

Radio Journalist

Mr. Lematia Adam (better known as Otelul) is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. Joining Radio Pacis in 2012, he is currently a sportscaster (Sports Analysis and Lögbara Sports) and presenter (Reggae Night). He also produces sports features.

Radio Journalist

Mr. Malish Martin is a Ugandan from the Kakwa people. Joining Radio Pacis in 2013 with some experience in radio, he presents Oldies but Goodies and Cultural Perspectives. He also reads the Kakwa version of Sports Update and serves as a talk show host.

+Nyakuni Alfred

Mr. Nyakuni Alfred (better known as Uncle Nyax) is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. With seven years experience in radio, he joined Radio Pacis in 2004. Holding a bachelor degree in education, he is a full-time secondary school science teacher who spent several months in the USA on scholarship. He co-presents In da Mood and presents West Nile Panorama.

Radio Journalist

Ms. Ondia Jennifer is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. With some experience in radio, she joined Radio Pacis in July 2012. She presents Sunset Flavor and is a talk show host. She also works in the production and music departments.

Radio Journalist

Ms. Onen Joan is a Ugandan from the Alur people. She joined Radio Pacis through the candidate-mentor program in 2011. As a studio assistant, she works primarily in the production department doing both in-studio and field recordings. She also presents The Choirs on 94.5.

Radio Journalist

Ms. Taibo Victoria is a Ugandan from the Kakwa people. Joining Radio Pacis in 2007, she produces Scripture Moment in Kakwa and presents Amazing Life on 90.9. She is the senior news reader in Kakwa. She works in both in drama and production departments.

Radio Journalist

Mr. Taibot Marko is a Ugandan from the Ma’di people. He joined Radio Pacis through the candidate-mentor program in 2009. He is primarily a reporter and news reader. He works on Business Round-up and Farmers Talk. He also serves as a talk show host.

Gulu Team

Ms. Akumu Sunday is a Ugandan from the Acholi people. She joined Radio Pacis through the candidate-mentor program in 2013. She devotes most of her time to the news department as a reporter and news reader.

Gulu Team

Ms. Atto Stella is a Ugandan from the Acholi people. She joined Radio Pacis through the candidate-mentor program in 2013. With a bachelor degree in development studies from Gulu University, she currently serves a junior presenter.

Gulu Team

Mr. Ocitti Robert is a Ugandan from the Acholi people. He joined Radio Pacis through the candidate-mentor program in 2012. He is primarily a reporter and news reader for the Acholi region for all frequencies.

Gulu Team

Mr. Opiyo Peter is a Ugandan from the Acholi people. He joined Radio Pacis through the candidate-mentor program in 2012. He presents Morning Call and 101.4 Jams. He is also the drama school coordinator in Gulu.

Marketing Team

Mr. Adibo Felix is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. Joining Radio Pacis in December 2005, he is a member of the marketing and public relations team in Arua. He holds a higher diploma in marketing.

Marketing Team

Mr. Anecho Jimmy is a Ugandan from the Alur people. Joining Radio Pacis in September 2010, he is a member of the marketing and public relations team in Kampala. He holds a diploma in business.

Marketing Team

Ms. Atyero Pamela is a Ugandan from the Alur people. Joining Radio Pacis in May 2004, she is a member of the marketing and public relations team in Kampala. She holds a diploma in marketing.

Marketing Team

Ms. Draru Edith is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. She joined Radio Pacis the candidate-mentor program in 2009. She holds a bachelor degree in business administration from Uganda Christian University. She is a member of the marketing and public relations team in Arua and the team leader in the Arua Town Office.

Marketing Team

Mr. Wadri Simon is a Ugandan from the Lögbari people. Joining Radio Pacis in 2007 as a communication secretary for his parish, he eventually became a favorite guest in the show Life As We Know It. He is a member of the marketing and public relations team in Arua and an assistant team leader in the Arua Town Office.