Hausa TV launched it flagship program ‘Sallah Jum’ah’ on 63rd Ghana’s Independence day.
The program which takes coverage of Friday sermons to be telecast over the year has finally been outdoored.
Hausa TV is an online TV platform that reports and shows social issues from relating to our Zongo communities in Ghana and its neighboring countries in Hausa language.
The launch was done at Abosokai central Mosque, where the national chief Imam Sheikh Osman Nuhu sharubutu lead Jum’ah prayers.
Hausa TV launched it Flagship program Sallah Jum’ah
Muslims present were happy and embrace this initiative of Hausa TV saying its a good thing to telecast the word of Allah online to wake up the faith of others. Hausa TV is now opened for teaching the word of Allah and discussion social issues and announcement.
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