Kenyan Church With The Largest Number Of Online Service Congregants
By Jonaz041 | self meida writer
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Kenyan Church With The Largest Number Of Online Service Congregants.
With the third wave of the Covid 19 pandemic in the country with us here, there were several measures that were taken by the government to contain this disease and among them is the closure of churches and therefore, several churches resorted to on-line worshiping.
Several churches have been relaying their services to their congregants on-line and from a research that was done by A Thousand Watts, a communications consultancy firm, the CITAM church is the church in Kenyan with the largest number of online congregants or viewers on all it's platforms of facebook, Youtube, Instagram amongst other platforms.
This church do have an average of 17,000 views on Facebook, 9, 100 views on Youtube and on Facebook it has about 10,800. This has also been contributed to the large number of worshippers they do have in all their branches Countrywide.
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