Christian based multi-media network Dominion TV (DTV), founded by father of the Charismatic Movement in Ghana, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams, will on Sunday 21st April return to free-to-air Satellite platform.

The station will also on that day premier a multiple award-winning true-life documentary of Dr. Charles Mully (founder of the Mully Children’s Foundation based in Kenya) filmed and released in 2017 by a Hollywood team of directors and producers.

In a brief meeting with the media, Lady Rosa Whitaker Duncan Williams wife of the Archbishop and who is the Vice Chairwoman of the station said “DTV exists to be a premier platform encouraging a Christian lifestyle through a Christ-centered instructive, inspirational and entertaining programs.

The station will be delivering new and improved content on Media 7 Free to are Satellite platform – on channel 24 – accessible with any FTA satellite decoder Starting in West Africa and North Africa – and eventually across Africa”.

In addition to impactful preaching, and teaching programs, DTV will feature array of high interest shows including news, business, inspiring documentaries, children’s programs and shows to inspire personal growth and development to over 20 million viewers daily that it has reached across 24 countries in West Africa and central Africa since 2014 to early 2018.

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“What makes Media 7 better than others we have used in the past is that no matter where you are in Africa you will find us on the same channel” lady Rosa said.

The DTV on demand app, will also continue to run alongside the FTA Channel and will feature select content and exclusive programs available only online and on the app.

Such content includes the Africa Business and Kingdom Leadership Summit, which hosted Bishop T.D Jakes and Isha Sesay where T.D. Jakes hosted his first ever in Africa MasterClass.

The subscription-based app is available in both Apple App Store and the Google Playstores for free and the program can be accessed for about GH₵ 25 monthly or GH₵ 5 or GH₵ 10 for individual shows.

Premiering Of  the ‘MULLY’ Movie on DTV

DTV is also on its return to FTA, premiering Mully. The movie which since its release, has showed at several film festivals across the world and won over 20 international awards, tells the story of a six-year old Kenyan boy abandoned by his family and left to raise himself on the streets.

MULLY is no ordinary rags-to-riches tale. It’s the true story of Charles Mully, whose unlikely stratospheric rise to wealth and power leaves him questioning his own existence, searching for meaning in life.

Against the better judgment of family and community, MULLY sets out to enrich the fate of orphaned children across Kenya. Jeopardizing his own life and security of his family, Charles Mully risks everything in motion a series of events that is nothing short of astonishing.

Dr. Mully spent his youth as a street child eventually working his way up through menial jobs to start his own company in the 1970’s. The company, MullyWays Agencies, a transport company, allowed him to gain much wealth and become a millionaire. However, in 1989, he would sell his businesses and property to start the Mully Children’s Family (MCF).

MCF is a Christian based organization with mandate of helping less fortunate and vulnerable children in society by providing them with shelter and allowing them to obtain an education. MCF helps them develop themselves and build lives of dignity.

Each Year MCF becomes a home and a hope to street children, orphans, abandoned, abused, HIV & AIDS affected and infected, desperate and neglected children regardless of their religion, sex, color or tribe, who have nowhere to call home and no one to care for them. We then provide them with food, shelter, clothing, education, medical care, spiritual guidance, mentorship and – most importantly – parental love. That is why this place is called Mully Children’s Family. A FAMILY denotes a place where people live together with love, peace and hope.

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Since 1989, MCF has helped to rehabilitate over 12,000 children. Currently, we have close to 3,000 children across our centres in Ndalani, Yatta, Kitale, Kilifi, Lodwar and Dar-es-Salaam in Tanzania.

Visit http://www.mullychildrensfamily.org/ for more info.

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