Charles Hamya (Extreme left) General Manager MultiChoice Uganda and Pastor Robert Kayanja switch Channel 44 on DStv the lastest channel to join the DStv family

Following a long wait, Pastor Robert Kayanja’s TV station, Channel 44 has finally made it to DStv.

Effective November 23, 2017, the local Ugandan gospel network Channel 44 made a premiere on DStv channel 297, reinforcing the current offer of the Christian gospel lifestyle channels by adding one of Uganda’s most identifiable television channels to its line-up.

Charles Hamya (R) General Manager MulitChoice Uganda listens as Pastor Robert Kayanja addresses media at the launch of Channel 44 on DStv platform

“We already have a wide offer of divine lifestyle channels and we know that they are very popular among our subscribers. We are very happy to welcome Channel 44 to our channel line-up – it’s a unique Christian gospel channel targeting everyone interested in the growth of their spiritual wellbeing,” says Charles Hamya, General Manager Multichoice Uganda.

Expressing his delight over the launch of the channel onto the DStv platform, Pastor Robert Kayanja, CEO and founder of Channel 44 spoke of the partnership saying, “This partnership shall help Channel 44 reach out to more people and spread the gospel for the spiritual growth of many Ugandans which is a powerful prospect for us.

We urge all our followers to subscribe and receive the word of the Lord wherever they are.’ says Pastor Robert Kayanja, CEO and founder of Channel 44.

The channel broadcasts gospel content from Uganda and around the world including sermons from renowned televangelists Pastor Joyce Meyer and Pastor Creflo Dollar and also covers some of the best African mega worship music from Uganda and the rest of Africa under the program Gospel Afrik.

The popular program 77 days of Glory will also feature on channel 44’s line up.

Channel 44 will broadcast on all DStv bouquets in Uganda and will join DStv’s local channel lineup of 8 local channels including UBC, NTV, Bukedde, NBS, BBS, Urban TV, TV West and Spark TV. This is intended towards giving the local subscribers premium local content that they can resonate with – Gospel spiritual content included.