Connect with us
NOT IN USE

Radio & TV

GTV Breakfast Show’s Quest To Promote Religious Tolerance; The Story Of The Sheikh And The Reverend

Published

on

WhatsApp Image 2022 08 05 at 3.17.01 PM

Religious fanaticism and extremism have plunged countries into chaos and conflict the world over. Countries in West Africa that have been affected include Nigeria, Burkina Faso and Mali among others.

The rebranded GTV Breakfast show in an effort to promote religious tolerance and fortitude hosts the Spokesperson for the National Chief Imam Sheikh Aremeyaw Shuaib and Founder of Worldwide Miracle Outreach Reverend Dr. Lawrence Tetteh as regular guests on Thursdays.

These two religious leaders review the news headlines and contribute their views on topics of national development. These two renowned religious leaders when on set exude maturity regardless of their different beliefs and dissect issues intelligently, which is endearing to viewers and followers of the two major religions. Undoubtedly, religious leaders are figures of great influence and tools for peaceful coexistence, and so a good relationship among leaders of the two major faiths namely Christianity and Islam is worth emulating.

Read Also: BBC Africa Eye Reveals How Religious Cults In Uganda Reject Some Christian Conventions

The Headlines segment sees to the unbiased and intellectual dissection of issues and have these leaders calling on authorities to practice inclusive governance and bridge developmental gaps. These two admirable personalities keep viewers both on Television and on social media glued to the show listening to them share their views devoid of any insults or politicking.

Ghanaians both home and abroad send in their appreciation of the great insights of both religious leaders and how their friendship and co-existence is crucial in keeping youthful exuberance in check especially in these times of religious extremism. The Sheikh and the Reverend on GTV Breakfast always make news headlines that resonate with audiences.

Advertisement
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

People & Lifestyle

MultiChoice training investment a massive boost for African TV

Published

on

Fhulufhelo Badugela,

A new training initiative is set to revolutionise the African TV sector, taking industry skills to a new level, and boosting the quality of content for audiences across the continent. (more…)

Continue Reading

Radio & TV

Apple Music announces Kay Faith as the featured artist for this month’s Rap Life Africa

Published

on

mail 2

This Week’s episode features new music from Kay Faith, all the breaking hip hop news, and the hottest tracks of the week from around Africa! (more…)

Continue Reading

Radio & TV

DStv Brings you Even More Football To Look Forward to On ESPN

Published

on

Tresor Ndayishimiye Genk

Football fans on DStv already have the best seat in the stadium with SuperSport’s unrivalled football offering, and nowESPN (DStv ch. 218) is adding to the roster with  English Football League, Eredivisie and the Scottish Premiership returning, and the Belgian Jupiler Pro League joining the channel to  bring extra  football action from across Europe to audiences across the continent. (more…)

Continue Reading

People & Lifestyle

This Is Going To Hurt: “the best medical drama in years” is now on Showmax

Published

on

This Is Going To Hurt

Hailed as “the best medical drama in years” by TIME, This Is Going To Hurt is now available to binge on Showmax (more…)

Continue Reading

Radio & TV

TV3 signs GBC’s Sani Abdul-Rahman

Published

on

TV3 signs GBC’s Sani Abdul-Rahman

Financial journalist Sani Abdul-Rahman has become the latest broadcaster to join the Media General Group – operators of one of Ghana’s leading television station TV3. (more…)

Continue Reading

People & Lifestyle

Peace Hyde’s Netflix Africa Original, Young, Famous and African renewed for second season

Published

on

EN GB YoungFamousAndAfrican KA Horiz RGB PRE 1

On Tuesday, August 2, Netflix hosted a “See What’s Next Africa” content showcase in Lagos, Nigeria, to spotlight its increased investment in Africa’s rich storytelling history through exciting new projects in a wide range of genres and formats that will be available in 190 countries. (more…)

Continue Reading

Trending