Pop-up religious network Hallelujah Channel has been launched on DStv and GOtv and is set to run from now until May 7.
The move follows the restriction of religious gatherings due to the Covid-19 pandemic and is geared towards catering to the spiritual needs of subscribers.
Religious programmes will be available on DStv Premium, Compact Plus, Compact, Confam, Family, Yanga and Access packages, as well as on GOtv Max, Jolli and Plus packages.
DStv and GOtv viewers at home will have the opportunity to experience praise and worship sessions, sermons, choir ministrations, prayers and other family programming from well-known churches in Nigeria including the City of David parish of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Daystar Christian Centre, Mountain of Fire and Miracles Kingsway International Christian Centre, Harvesters International Christian Centre, The Elevation Church, Diplomats’ Assembly, Kornerstone and Salvation Ministries.
Martin Mabutho, chief customer officer at MultiChoice Nigeria, said: “The global pandemic caused by Covid-19 is not only affecting the way we live and work but has also caused a disruption to the ways religious activities are conducted. We are staying in tune with our customers’ new realities and have expanded our religious programming to cater to the different denominational groups, keeping them connected during these challenging times.”
The channel will be broadcast on DStv channel 198 and GOtv channel 29.
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