To commemorate Africa Day, May 25, GOtv has earmarked the entire month of May as “Africa Month”. This is in celebration of home-grown content and will witness the introduction of six series on Africa Magic Family (GOtv Channel 2).
Every day of the month, GOtv’s Africa Magic channels will feature family-oriented and informative movies, series, sitcoms, comedy shows as well as documentaries.
Jokes Alone and Hope234 will run back-to-back, airing at 5:00pm and 5:30pm respectively on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Jokes Alone is guaranteed to leave subscribers in stitches, whileHope234, which stars features Afeez Oyetoro aka Saka, is a television specially designed to teach young people to have an optimistic attitude to life.
Single and career-driven women can relate to Allison’s Stand, which chronicles the life of a young, upwardly mobile female professional whose fiercely independent ways puts her in a delicate position requiring her to choose between family and career.Allison’s Stand airs from Monday through Friday at 8:30pm.
Subscribers can also watch The Calabash on weekdays at 10:00pm to see how employees of a struggling bank meet their targets when the bank management decides to employ stringent measures to force them to deliver on outrageous targets, using unethical means.
Emerald, the intriguing story of an upper class family, whose patriarch dies under mysterious circumstances, also debuts on GOtv, while The Johnsons, starring Chinedu Ikedieze and Ada Ameh Olumide, focuses on an average Lagos-family. Both series will air from Monday to Friday at 7:00pm and 8:00pm respectively.
“This month, we celebrate our diversity as Nigerians and the breadth of GOtv’s local content offering demonstrated through our five Africa Magic channels. We believe our subscribers will be very excited by the new series which are launching on Africa Magic Family”, said Efe Obiomah, Public Relations Manager, GOtv.
GOtv Plus offers 50 channels including Africa Magic Family, Africa Magic Epic, Africa Magic Yoruba, Africa Magic Hausa and Africa Magic World. GOtv is also the first pay-TV on the digital terrestrial platform to offer audio channels, namely Wazobia FM and Naija FM.