Rak Media avail four videos to promote the fight on COVID’ 19
By Wek Atak Kacjang
Rak Media has taken new dimension in the fight against coronavirus by creating public awareness through music, audio messages and videos by renown local artists.
The firm has sponsors four videos which are to be distributed and played through all local FM stations and state owned national televisions. The messages will also be passed through other possible but respected media outlets where the public will gert proper messages to help them in the prevention and protection of the coronavirus across the country.
RAK’s General Manager, Raja M. Rajadurai said the firm was committed to giving back to the community more so at this time when the virus was causing havoc to the population in the country and other parts of the world.
According to Rajadurai, plans were underway to ensure the public protection for the pandemic. He assured the country of the firms cooperation with the government until the virus was brought to naught.
Rak Media Group, locally owned was the first South Sudanese firm to pproduce protective masks for local consumption when the virus hit the country.Its participations in national issues are parts of its on-going corporate social responsibility program to be part of all domestic approaches to the national development since its formation in 2019.
Recently, Rak media flagged off a six day road show campaign that was meant to create public awareness on the dangers of COVID19 in Juba.
The road show targeted different parts of the city where renown musicians, artist, players with different talents sent out massages to the public on the dangers of not following the rules and regulations of the government against COVID19.
The same month, the firm donated food, none food items and face masks to Concern South Sudan to help fight against coronavirus.
As part of corporate social responsibility we believed that we are responsible for the wellbeing and health of our community where we are working, Rajaduai said then. (see centre spread for photos)