Revd. Sam Adeyemi, Pastor Ituah Ighodalo, Tara Fela-Durotoye, Tim Godfrey, and others to feature on Rubbin’ Minds special this Sunday at 3pm

Rubbin’ Minds, Nigeria’s most-watched youth-focused show on television will air an Easter Sunday special edition at 3pm on April 16, 2017.

Themed ‘Discussions on Media and the Church’, the show will explore the influence of media on the church in a rapidly changing, digitally connected world.

Produced in collaboration with ChannelsTV and Church Culture, a church communication agency under RED, the episode will feature leading lights in the Christian community including Revd. Sam Adeyemi, Daystar Christian Centre; Pastor Ituah Ighodalo, Trinity House Ministries International; Jumoke Adenowo, Awesome Treasures Foundation; Fela Durotoye, Visible Impact Limited; and Tara Fela-Durotoye, House of Tara International.

Others are Kola Oyeneyin, RCCG, Joshua Ville Church; Toyin Poju-Oyemade, Covenant Christian Centre; Ferdinand Adimefe, The Tribe Lagos; and gospel artistes, Tim Godfrey and Glowreeyah.

The show is hosted by RED managing partner, Chude Jideonwo and media personality, Funmbi Ogunbanwo.


Topic: Discussions on Media and the Church

 Date: April 16, 2017

 Time: 3pm

Broadcast Channel: Channels Television

About Church Culture

Church Culture ( is a church communication company under RED – Africa’s leading omni-media company with a focus on youth. We deploy culturally effective strategies to attract more people to the church while deepening its core message of salvation to all people.

 About Red Media Africa

Red Media Africa ( is the PR & Empowerment Marketing division under the parent brand, RED.

It focuses on using inspiration, empowerment and action to help brands and organisations connect with their audiences, enhance their bottom-lines and lead in their industries. It has 6 major practice areas: Corporate Practice, Technology Practice, SME Practice, Governance Practice, Faith Practice and the International Practice – with work for brands across Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya and South Africa. RED owns the continent’s largest portfolio of youth media brands. Its Content Division holds brands across TV, radio, online and events including Y! Magazine,, Rubbin’ Minds, #YTech100 and the The RED Summit. It also anchors a development firm, The Future Project, which projects include Africa’s leading youth platform, The Future Awards Africa, and, which is run in conjunction with Microsoft.?


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