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Famous Tele-Evangelist Bishop JJ Gitahi launches his own station – Githima TV

A renown Tele-Evangelist Dr. Bishop JJ Gitahi, has left Royal Media after 17 years where he was the host of the famous programme Hutia Mundu to concentrate on his station – Githima TV.

Making the announcement Dr Bishop JJ as he is popularly know said he left Royal Media with full blessings from the management.

Bishop JJ is a most sought after family and psychological counselor locally and internationally. He is a  great crusader, a motivation speaker,  a Bible teacher,  a musician, an author and an astute businessman.

His wealth of experience has seen him travel to over 56 countries across the globe and has received several local and international awards and recognition.

Bishop JJ is the founder and the overseer of Priesthood Fellowship Church whose headquarter is in Kahawa West, Nairobi, with branches across the nation.

With a Doctor of Philosophy (PHD) in Psychology Bishop JJ has a huge following globally and established Githima TV  which he intends to be ministering from, every Saturday from 10pm, a live Church Service every Sunday and a repeat every Tuesday from 8pm.

The Bishop thanked the Royal Media fraternity for the good time they have had together and the bond they created over the years which he says will never be broken, no matter the distance. 

He says he has learnt valuable lessons especially from Dr. Macharia and his wife (who he described as his parents), which will help him in running and managing his Githima TV. He calls  Royal Media his second home

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