Lucky Nkosi on Ukhozi FM 22hoo to 23hoo 14 February 2021
By Journalism | self meida writer
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Lucky Nkosi who is the show host on a religious discussions that took place every Sundays . This week the discussion was about the issues around Coronavirus and how does it affect the operation of the churches.
The most popular Ukhozi FM listener Nhlekelele phoned and say in their church they have lost lot of members due to Covid-19 . One of the pastor also revealed that in his church had lost 10 members already which has caused the church members not to attend the services anymore.
Lucky Nkosi said next week they are going to look at the finances of the churches as members are no-longer contributing financially. As now people are no-longer working full time some have been demoted due to Covid-19 should people continue to pay tith as normal.
The show is coming live every Sunday between 22hoo to 23hoo produced by Thembeka Zondo Cele.Then Lee Hlophe is doing a Reggae Show from 23hoo to 02am on Sundays.
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