The Observer (Kampala)

7 February 2013

Uganda: Power FM in a Love-Filled Week

As a prelude to Valentine's day, Power FM presents the love week, where it encourages staff, listeners and church communities to show love through different activities.

During the course of next week (February 10-17), Power FM, in partnership with Rusadia Florists, PACE and the HUB, will be giving away goodies. Bouquets, the famous love wheels (a game that tips couples on how to improve their communication), dinner at Serena hotel and Bibles will make up some of the goodies.

"Because we live in a society riddled by the effects of selfish desires and ambitions portrayed through corruption, thefts, child abuse and child sacrifice, our desire through the love week is to sow seeds of love," said Ronnie Habasa, Power FM's clients relations manager.

Each day of the week has a theme based on love, for example, 'Love your God,' is the Sunday theme and 'Love for Partner' on Valentine's day, February 14.

And on Valentine's, couples are expected to share stories and the best will win an invite to a glamorous Valentine's banquet at Serena hotel the following day.

The love-week will end on Saturday at the Uganda Wildlife Education Centre (UWEC) with the 'Love Overdose,' a family fun day. The finale will also have a concert featuring artistes like Coopy Bly, Wilson Bugembe and Exodus at a fee of Shs 10,000.

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