Prisoners in Botswana can now watch Adventist Churchs Hope Channel

Botswana Prison Commissioner Lieutenant Colonel Silas Motlalekgosi, left, receives Hope Channel Hardware from Seventh-Day Adventist Church leaders, Friday, July 17. The Adventist Church donated LCD television sets and satellite receiving equipment to accommodate each of the Southern African nation’s 23 prisons. [photo courtesy SID] Prisoners in Botswana now have access to the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s Hope Channel because of a partnership between the television network and the nation’s Ministry of Home and Labour Affairs.

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