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OB TV Bishop Obinim's TV is back on air

Bishop Daniel Obinim's OB TV is reportedly back on air after it was banned a few weeks ago.

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Bishop Daniel Obinim, owner of Obinim TV station

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OB TV, a private television station owned by Bishop Daniel Obinim of God's Way Church International, is reportedly back on air after it was banned a few weeks ago.

The station's manager, Mr Samuel Asare, could hardly hide his joy on hearing the good news about his station.

Read More: NCA bans several TV channels including Obinim TV

"We thank the Most High for making all this possible. Now we're back and we can get earns meat for ourselves and families. We thank our listeners and love ones for having patients for us.

We're therefore sorry for any inconveniences caused and we promise to give you the best. We're still getting you closer to God," he said.

According to sources, the station now appears as ICE TV on the Multi TV and plans are underway to bring back the maiden and original name, OB TV.

OB TV including some other television stations were taking off air by the National Media Commission(NCA) for not going through diligent procedures before the start of their transmissions.

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