New Gospel TV Hits K’la Airwaves,Promises “Bloody Nose’ To Rivals

New Gospel TV Hits K’la Airwaves,Promises “Bloody Nose’ To Rivals an accessible web community

By Our Reporter

Kampala: A brand new television station, Spirit TV has hit Ugandan airwaves and unlike most stations which require payments, this one is a free-to air TV!

TheSpy Uganda has learnt that Spirit TV has now gone on-air, available on the free-To air platform. You don’t need to pay in order to watch it. The station is also working on getting onto the other platforms in the next few months.

This is a dynamic station with a fresh feel of urban gospel music, beautiful Christian movies and powerful preachers that will be coming on in just a matter of weeks.

It has the support of most Churches and Christian ministries in the nation since it’s not owned by any church or ministry, meaning that all churches are welcome on board.

We have also learnt that they’re already in touch with over 200 local gospel artistes who now have a new home where their own gifts and videos will be played exclusively with the very best of international artistes.

So do you want watch Levixone’s ‘Turn The Replay’ or Exodus ‘Brekette’, you’ll find them playing on Spirit TV!

They’re also working behind-the-scenes to produce the best DJ Shows/mixes on TV, talkshows, inspirational preachers like Apostle Grace Lubega of Phaneroo Ministries, Ps. Chris Oyakilome of Christ Embassy, Ps. David Omongole of Christos Rhema Church, Ps. Dunstan Kagwiisa amongsm many others, plus well-produced general entertainment content.

So guys, forget about watching TV with your family with the remote control firmly buried deep into the palm of your hand for fear of watching embarrassing videos or scheme, Spirit TV promises to be one of the best family TV channels in Uganda.

One final piece of advice; don’t take my word for it, go watch Spirit TV for yourself.

Spirit TV, a place for you! an accessible web community

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