The celebrations for the third anniversary of the “Sofia Nkrumah Donkoh Missions and Sofia TV” (SNDM) were celebrated with an impressive ceremony in New-Takoradi in the western region.
At a colorful ceremony at the Ebenezer Methodist Church, the initiative’s founder, Sophia Nkrumah Donkoh, expressed her gratitude to God for the divine wisdom and guidance that came with the mission.
She said it was a dream come true to evangelize and win more souls for the kingdom of God.
Ms. Donkor prayed that the missions would stand the test of time and make every effort to bring the Word of God to social media through her television station.
She said the station was born at a time when moral decadence was taking hold of the world on social media.
The mission founder thanked all partners in Canada and the United States, as well as the broadcaster’s executive producer, the very Reverend Eric Donkor, resident pastor of the Ebenezer Methodist Church in New Takoradi, for their commitment and zeal in feeding the station with the word of God.
Regarding future projections from Sofia TV, Very Rev. Donkor said that he watched the testimony on Sofia TV remotely and said, “He was encouraged to follow the station on social media”.
He said the broadcaster’s main target audience are the youth and children who have been swallowed up in social vices that lead to moral decadence in society.
Very Rev. Donkor commended Sofia TV for expanding its evangelical and humanitarian mission to the inmates of Hiawa prisons and distributing 1,000 Bibles to people in society.
Sofia TV broadcaster’s manager, Mr Bernard Ekow Aggrey, said the station started three years ago with five viewers, but the station is now becoming increasingly popular with a large number of viewers.
He said the station passed exams and tests and thank God for getting the station this far.
Mr. Ekow Aggrey thanked her partners in Canada for donating high quality television cameras to the broadcaster and appealed to charitable organizations to donate more cameras to the broadcaster so that it can fulfill its mandate.
Augustina Mensah, a production assistant at the station, said the mission will continue to visit inmates in prisons, share the gospel, and engage in spiritual healing in hospitals.
She imagined that Sofia TV and Missions would spread to many parts of the world over the next two years.
GHACEM’s Head of Human Resources for the Western and Central Regions, Ms. Evelyn Effia Quansah, pledged to support the success of Sofia TV and Missions.