Welcome to Gospel Radio in Lomé, Togo!
In 1995, a small radio station, Radio Jesus Loves You, was set up on the campus to introduce students to this medium of ministry. Since that time, the ministry of RJLY has has a tremendous impact on the Lomé area and well beyond.
The station broadcasts 18 hours a day. Music and gospel programs are aired in French, English, and 12 other languages. The station receives 75-100 calls a day from listeners responding to programs concerning the Bible, ethics, relationships, current events, and more.
In October 2001 a relay antenna was installed on a mountain outside of Lomé, allowing the signal to reach almost to Accra, Ghana, to the west, and into Benin, to the east. As soon as permission is received a relay antenna will be placed on the mountains to the north to allow the signal to reach northern Togo. As of August 2010, RJLY can be heard on the Internet. A taller radio tower and stronger antenna system were installed in May 2011, allowing 3 million people to tune in to "The Frequency of Hope."
Address: B.P. 2313, Lomé, Togo