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Salt TV to Launch On DSTV Despite Pr. Bujjingo Critics

Congregants attended the service en masse as the first week of 14 days of prayer and fasting comes to a close.

In the same service, pastor Aloysius Bujjingo declared to the multitudes that the arrangements for salt TV to go live on DSTV are complete. He further asserted amidst jubilation that the process is almost done is that the paperwork is completed.

Despite what has been gossiped by many about Pr Bujjingo to fail him on this, God who never fails did not let him down.

In the same way, the pastor commended MultiChoice Uganda for paying no attention to rumours but consider the quality work of salt TV.

However the pastor noted that there is still financial need of $60000 to close the deal, in response to this, the excited congregation started bringing their contributions to the cause.

In addition, the pastor revealed that within three days all the required amount will be available for salt television to launch on satellite television platform of DSTV, in the same context the pastor prayed a blessing for all that contributed to the cause.

 

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