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SUPERMOM REALITY TV SHOW SEASON 5 “MY DAD, MY SUPERMOM” KICKS OFF….

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That the proliferation of reality shows in Nigeria over a decade ago has transformed the ever dynamic changing world of Reality Entertainment in Nigeria is stating the obvious, many would agree the entertainment landscape has enjoyed a land mark metamorphosis in all ramification.
While some of these shows have withered the storm, became mega brands and attracting worldwide corporate acceptance, others have disappeared into oblivion without trace.
Those that have survived these wind of change, have distinguished themselves by upholding the principle of sticking with the status quo of which they were created.
One of such reality shows is the Supermom Reality TV show a viewer interaction platform from the stable of Digital interactive Media Ltd a renowned content power house in Nigeria and across Africa, aimed at celebrating African mothers of all socio economic class for their unflinching love and uncompromising care for their children.
The uniqueness and newness of the format distinguishing it as one of the very few family shows on television, also endeared it to not only the viewing public but corporate organizations that saw it as an opportunity to connect with their target market.
The show since it berthed in 2010 has enshrined itself in the philosophy of true human interest values as evident in the emotional stories told by these mothers never seen or heard on any creative or broadcast platform not only in Nigeria but across Africa.
The Supermom Reality TV show, based on its antecedents has touched and transformed lives in all ramifications either directly or indirectly with all the dramatist personae involved i.e. participant, viewer and sponsors alike all having fantastic stories to tell on its impact in their lives.
The likes of Mrs. Nkechi Rapu and Mrs. Folajoju Adesona winners of the first two seasons of the show, have both become house owners’ while brand new cars have been dished out to Alhaja Muibat Adisa and Mrs. Blessing Nwaohu for the show of unflinching love and extraordinary sacrifice to their children.
The Participation of renowned celebrities on the show in the Celebrity edition in 2012 gives credence to the popularity the show enjoys and reinstating the fact even the elites have a story to tell and were not left out of the buzz the Supermom show brought into the entertainment landscape in Nigeria.
The 2013 show was considered a landmark edition as for the first time in the history of reality shows in Nigeria attention was given to orphanages in the Heart of Gold Edition. So Said Orphanage, Children Promises Ministry Orphanage (CHIPROM) and Vigilante Heart Orphanage are all beneficiaries of the millions in cash dished out during the show that year.
Millions in cash and consolation prizes have also been given out to deserving mothers who participated in the show since inception and were voted for by viewers from across the country as exceptional and worthy of emulation.
The anticipation that greets the emergence of every season of the show has been phenomenal as Nigerians always look forward to true life Reality Entertainment Drama displayed in a no holds barred manner never seen before on Television.
This year’s edition of the show tagged “My Dad, My Supermom” which also happens to be the fifth anniversary edition is not an exception riding on the dynamic nature that has become a norm with the show from previous seasons.
On this season the show is celebrating fathers that positioned themselves against all odds to give their children a lease of life by acting as mothers due to either the death of the mother, mother’s neglect of her children, or even death.

Recruitment has been done via the children’s entries. Interviews have been conducted and the stories have been scripted into docudramas and re-enacted by professional actors.

Twenty Unique stories of different fathers have been selected which includes Mr. Victor Ikechukwu Dozie, Alhaji Salaudeen Ajayi, Mr. Tony Peters, Pa Okunola Adewolu, Mr. Babatunde Fagbemi, Mr. Peter Edozie, Mr. Peter Eze, Mr. Abdulateef Adekanbi, Mr. Paul Ugbesia, Pa Ibrahim Seidu, Mr. Tajudeen Jimoh, Mr. Bababtunde Shomefun, Mr. Waheed Afolayan, Mr. Donatus Ikata, Pa. Samuel Adewuyi, Mr. Godspower Nwadidia, Mr. Michael Essien Udok, Mr. Abaniseloluwa Isijola, Mr. Isaac Foluso Okeya and Mr. James Okon Lewis.

Viewers can catch the show on different TV stations across the country which include AIT Network, Galaxy Network, CRBC Calabar, RSTV Port Harcourt, Kwara TV Ilorin, NTA Aba, ITV Abuja and broadcast kicking off on the 1st September on Africa Magic on DSTV.

Viewers are to send their votes for their favourite father after every episode by texting SM space NAME of Preferred father to 33140.

The winning fathers after the show stand a chance to go home with a Brand New Car, One million Naira or Five Hundred thousand Naira respectively.

The Supermom season 5 My Dad, My Supermom is proudly sponsored by Procter and Gamble who have consistently for the past five seasons spearheaded the corporate acceptance of the show and renowned to be makers of popular family brands Safeguard antiseptic soap and Oral B toothpaste and co sponsors Promasidor makers of family seasoning Onga.

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Bad Boy Timz, SB Live, Others Set For Sinatra’s ‘A Night Under The Sky’

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Bad Boy Timz, SB Live, Klever Jay, Ijoba Na Danku, Danny’s and five others are set for Sinatra’s Place’s second instalment of ‘A Night Under The Sky’, scheduled to hold on Sunday, October 2.
Following an explosive maiden edition with Ahmed Ololade, popularly known as Asake, Mr Money in July, the second edition with a lineup of 10 talents, including DJ C-Boi promises to be bigger and better.
‘A Night Under The Sky’ is a series created by Sinatra for fun lovers and party people who love to dance and vibe to good music away from the confines of enclosed walls.
Held in the open-air Sinatra garden, the event, which traditionally starts at 6 PM in the evening spills into the early hours of the following day.
With the skies getting clearer and the rainy season fading, the series is back with a 2.0 edition that is bigger and better.
Also, while the headline liquor brands for the 1.0 edition were Jägermeister and Glenfiddich, this edition promises to have even more especially with the lineup of artistes billed for the event.
In the past, Sinatra’s Place, located in the heart of Adeniyi Jones on Ladipo Oluwole has been a hub for lovers of good music, quality entertainment and relaxing ambience. Stars like K1, Pasuma, Peruzzi, Bella Shmurda and many others have graced Sinatra’s stage and its adjoining club, Carica.

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King Sunny Ade Finally Agrees To Meet 52-year-old Woman Claiming To Be His Daughter

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His lawyer, Donald Ajibola, told an online newspaper on Monday that a meeting would be set up with Ayeni and the musician said he would meet her when he had some free time.

Veteran “juju” musician, Sunday Adegeye, more commonly called King Sunny Ade (KSA), has agreed to see Elizabeth Ayeni, 52-year-old woman, who claims to be his daughter.
His lawyer, Donald Ajibola, told an online newspaper on Monday that a meeting would be set up with Ayeni and the musician said he would meet her when he had some free time.
Ajibola said, “I contacted Ayeni some days back and told her that I had spoken with Sunny Ade. What I told her was that I spoke with him and he agreed to meet her.
“The only thing is that he is too busy and cannot meet her now. It was even difficult for me to meet him. When he has time, he will meet with her.”
The woman also confirmed that Ajibola had reached out to her and spoken of a meeting, but did not give a specific time.
Now 52, Ayeni said she intended to conduct a DNA test to confirm her paternity and get a sense of identity.
In June, SaharaReporters reported that Elizabeth Temitope, her mother, told her the man she had always known as her father was not her biological father but King Sunny Ade was.
However, several efforts to get in contact with King Sunny Ade had proved abortive, she said.
The woman said she approached the Human Rights Commission and wrote Sunny Ade twice but there had been no response from the musician.
She noted that she was not making efforts to contact Sunny Ade for his fame or riches but she wanted to confirm if she was his father or not.
The juju king, singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist has been hailed as one of the most influential musicians of all time and is regarded as one of the first African pop musicians to achieve international recognition.
Sunny Adé formed his own backing band in 1967, eventually known as his African Beats.
After achieving national success in Nigeria during the 1970s and founding his own independent label, Sunny Adé signed to Island Records in 1982 and achieved international success with the albums Juju Music (1982) and Synchro System (1983); the latter garnered him a Grammy nomination, a first for a Nigerian artist. His 1998 album Odu also garnered a Grammy nomination.

 

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Beyonce Makes Guinness World Record

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American singer Beyonce Knowles-Carter has yet again made history, smashing multiple entries in the 2022 Guinness World Records.

According to Rolling Stone, the Renaissance singer had “more than a dozen entries in this year’s Guinness World Records book. The first accomplishment was “debuting at number one with their first six studio albums.”

The second one is the “highest annual earning for a female singer”.

Also, she surpassed Guinness’ list of “most current Twitter engagements (retweets) for a female singer”.

Beyonce, along with her husband Jay Z, hold the world record for the “Highest earning couple in Hollywood ever”.

All these feats were enough to make the Singles Ladies hit-maker the latest person to be added to the “Guinness World Records Hall of Fame”.

Apart from Beyonce, other prominent inductees included BTS, Simone Biles, and Greta Thunberg.

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