Station Manager- Chris Wolo

Considered one of the nation’s foremost authorities in Liberian entertainment with a keen eye for talent, Chris has managed some of Liberia’s best talents, including our living legend Miatta Fahnbulleh, Moses Swaray, Nicholas Buigar, Princess Pittman and Theo Dankuan.

He is the local Manager of Liberia’s International actor Van Vicker and the Country Representative of West Africa biggest singing competition Project Fame West Africa.

The Capitol FM Station Manager has hosted and interviewed renowned personalities such as Dbanj, Ofori Amponsah, and many major players in entertainment as well as politicians local and international.

"Our strength,” Chris maintains “is in our programming, content and presentation. All of our programs are listener-sensitive and personality driven. We provide an alternative and more refreshing radio experience with music and entertainment-fueled lifestyle programs to the public backed by a strong news team. We want all others who want to enter the field to see Capitol FM as an example to emulate, as we provide ethical, respectful, professional broadcast quality radio to enhance the lives of our listeners."

On-air Personalities


Boakai Fofana

of AllAfrica Global Media fame comes to Capitol FM with a wealth of experience in issues analysis, social media narratives and an extraordinary worldview of global events. Watch out for Boakai on Capitol FM’s Breakfast shows.


Alline Dunbar

brings to the Capitol FM studio raw talent for broadcasting, having cut her teeth with the University of Liberia’s Luxe FM.


Gerald Thomas

known as DJ Piaco, is a young talented Liberian entertainer who started his entertainment career in Ghana where he grew up as a young man. Having worked for the Base Night Club and Triple X in Ghana as DJ and entertainment supervisor, DJ Piaco is set to bust the mike as host of Capitol FM’s pulsating “Open House Party”.


Henry Flomo

of ELBS fame is no strange name in Liberian broadcasting. From general news analysis to specific sports commentary, Henry has always kept the flame of good old broadcasting burning. He brings to Capitol FM a sense of stability in the studio and the news room.


Jarp Davies

formerly of Power FM nd UNMIL Radio, joins Capitol FM, with years of experience as a reporter.


Matthias Daffah

as news editor and commentator, combines a wealth of hands-on and academic experiences that qualify him as a topnotch news editor for Capitol FM.


Noosevett Weah

brings to Capitol FM a unique blend of marketing and broadcasting savvy.

Patrice Juah

a Mandela Wahsington Fellow for President Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) is a poet, an accomplished activist, a writer, and an epitome of the modern African career woman. She brings to Capitol FM and Liberian radio a fresh breath of unparalleled inspiration.

Samantha Carter

is well-groomed on-air personality, who’s a well versed television and radio newscaster and presenter, scriptwriter and documentary producer. She brings on board the Capitol FM family more than 13 years working experience.

Joseph Zangar Bright

also known as “Mr. Biggs” has music and entertainment literally coursing through his veins. An accomplished promoter of artists, “Biggs” makes his debut as a broadcaster and radio personality on Capital FM, bringing a twist to the Liberian air waves that will keep listeners glued to their monitors.

Sam Andrews

is a Liberian broadcast journalist with years of experience in broadcast journalism. He has worked with several renowned radio stations in Liberia as reporter and newscaster.