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Radio Kahuzi was named for Mount Kahuzi, the well-known home of the Silverback mountain gorillas in the Kahuzi National Game Park. Mount Kahuzi is the highest peak in Kivu Province.

Radio Kahuzi is a Christian radio station established by Richard & Kathy McDonald who have been broadcasting the Gospel from Bukavu in the Democratic Republic of Congo since Christmas Eve of 1992 on FM 91.1. Radio Kahuzi currently ministers to a city of over 250,000 people and beyond Bukavu to a potential audience of 3 million souls in Kivu Province.

Our ministry’s primary objectives are to proclaim the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ, to prepare believers to live righteously, and to provide humanitarian aid to refugees and people in need.

Believer’s Express Service, Inc., (BESI) was founded in 1986. HCJB World Radio signed on as partners to provide the transmitter equipment in 1991. The studio and FM transmitter were presented to the McDonalds in June 1992. The ultimate goal is to form a national network, and an international short-wave outlet from Bukavu.