The Japanese Embassy has handed over a television program to MUVI Television entitled “Hanako and Anne”.

Speaking at the handover ceremony today at the Japanese embassy in Lusaka, Japanese Ambassador to Zambia Hidenobu Sobashima explained that “Hanako and Anne” is a story of the life of a remarkable woman who, despite coming from a very humble background was able to overcome all obstacles that she faced in her quest to accomplish her goals.

Mr. Sobashima further explained that the resilient woman ultimately became a famous translator.

He said both the Japanese and Zambian governments are taking measures for women to become more active in various fields in society.

He said that there are already outstanding women in Zambia but after the broadcasting of the program he hopes there would be more admirable women like Hanako in the country.

Mr. Sobashima also said the purpose of such programs is to introduce the Japanese culture and values to the people overseas through television.

The Japanese Ambassador to Zambia said the program will help broaden the exchanges between the two countries and further reinforce the warn friendship that japan and Zambia have continued to enjoy.

Meanwhile, MUVI TV General Manager, Angel Phiri, said he is happy that the embassy chose MUVI TV to run the program.

Mr. Phiri appreciated the embassy saying the program will motivate and broaden women capabilities in the country.

Mr Phiri said he looks forward to more of such programs because they do not only entertain but also opens the minds of viewers.

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  1. That docile Africans for you..good at promoting other cultures but their own…others know the power of media hence they even give these free to you. Other countries would rerecord/re edit it to suit their people/culture!!

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