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Church of Nigeria to launch cable TV channel

Church of Nigeria to launch cable TV channel

The Church of Nigeria is establishing its own cable TV channel. From Anglican Communion News Service:

Nigerians will soon be able to tune into programming from the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) thanks to the launch of the Church’s very own cable TV channel.

The channel has been several years in the planning. Back in December 2012 the Primate, Archbishop Nicholas Okoh, told the Church’s Standing Committee that progress was being made on the TV project.

Writing for the Diocese of Amichi website, the Revd Canon Chukwuebuka Chukwuemeka said the Primate told the Standing Committee in Abuja, “The work on the studio is progressing steadily. We have made the first line of payment and the technical committee of experts has been inaugurated.

“The new vision of the Church of Nigeria, revised in 2010 stated that to expand mission work media facilites – such as cable television, radio and print media – should be established and existing ones fully utilised.”

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