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DSTV, GOTV MultiChoice to broadcast Pope Francis' 1st visit to Africa

Pope Francis will make his first trip to Africa on November 25 to 30, visiting Kenya, Uganda and the Central African Republic.

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MultiChoice Africa is set to bring DStv and GOtv subscribers the live coverage of Pope Francis' first visit to Africa since he was elected Head of State of the Vatican City, and 266th Pope of the Roman Catholic Church.

This is coming after the successful coverage of President Barack Obama’s historic visit to Kenya in July 2015.

Pope Francis' scheduled visit to Africa is expected to last from Wednesday, November 25 to Friday, November 27, 2015.

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The coverage will be available to DStv subscribers on Access, Family, Compact, Compact Plus and Premium packages, and also to GOtv Plus subscribers.


Coverage of the Pope’s visit to the State House where he would kick off the tour, will also be available to subscribers.

On November 26, coverage of the Holy Mass celebration themed “Stand firm and be strong” at the University of Nairobi, will also be showcased to subscribers.

The Pope will end his Kenya tour with an address to the youth at Nairobi’s Kasarani stadium.

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