Wednesday , 6 July 2022
The leading layer of the FJKM Protestant Church has congregated from April 23rd to April 30th and, once again, called upon the RADIO FAHAZAVANA station silenced by the transitional ruling power in 2010 in the midst of the political crisis to be allowed to open up.

The FJKM Church requires the RADIO FAHAZAVANA station to be allowed back on air

The transitional power surged against the RADIO FAHAZAVANA station, owned by the FJKM Protestant Church, when it covered and broadcasted intel about the by then developing mutiny of some units from the National State Police Forces (FIGN) back in May 2010. Ten people among the radio station’s employees, including reporters as well as technicians, were arrested and kept in custody by police forces when the aborted uprising left the top headlines. The transitional power has always been denying the right to broadcast again to the radio station. Andry Rajoelina, former transitional leader, and his closest collaborators used to dread the radio station as an ally to former President and FJKM Church’s acting Vice President Marc Ravalomanana. During the FJKM Church’s latest synod, Marc Ravalomanana retained his position in spite of his forced absence due to political exile in South Africa. The putsch originated ruling power used to consider the RADIO FAHAZAVANA station as potentially dangerous. Now that the wheels of time have turned, the FJKM Church renews its call upon the Republic’s new President to take a stand at once.