Idah Peterside, the Nigerian ex international who is a soccer analyst on DSTV has added another feather to his cap.
The former Eagles goal keeper retired in South Africa and started a church there while also working for Multichoice, the owners of DSTV as a commentator on Supersport.
After the 2010 World Cup, he relinquished the job of a spokesman of the Super Eagles, saying that he needed time to concentrate more on his church, The Christ Ambassador Church in Johannesburg which he said was “touching many lives.”
Peterside informed yesterday that Christ Ambassador Church has established a cable television station named ATV. Said he:
“It is a Christian Television and it is on DSTV in South Africa. It is received in Australia, UK, parts of Europe like Spain and some Sub Sahara Africa. We do programmes on Gospel, lifestyle, Comedy and a few other things. We may add sports to it in a way soon.
Christ Ambassador Church is gowing and one of the biggest in South Africa. God has been faithful to us. When I look back to my humble background I can’t believe what is happening. God is awesome.”