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Radio Nkuli Makeli: the tam-tam that carries your voices

102.4 FM in Kribi

The Nkuli Makeli Radio is the community radio of Kribi, in the Department of Océan.

 It is an associative, secular, apolitical, and non-profit radio that serves the populations. The Radio’s team comprises qualified and dedicated animators, and the Radio broadcasts programs viaequipment of last generation.

Mission of the Nkuli Makeli Radio

Advocacy of human rights and promotion of vulnerable indigenous people.


Promote the holistic development of inclusive communities through information, education, communication and awareness programs in a courteous, nonviolent and communication-for-development style.

Radio Programs

  • Information
  • Education
  • Health
  • Agriculture and livestock
  • Hunting, fishing and gathering
  • Economy
  • Environment
  • Tourism
  • Culture
  • Human rights and citizenship
  • Miscellaneous

Broadcast languages

  • French
  • English
  • Kola
  • Gyeli
  • Mbvumbo
  • Mabi
  • Fang
  • Ewondo
  • Batanga
  • Bassa’a