Martin Beck Nworah Saturday, July 19, 2014 3
If you were a great lover of “container” television in the 90s’ and early 2000s’, then NTA was your best friend. If NTA was your best friend then, you will certainly know Adesuwa. Growing up and watching her on set was much fun. My best moments was when I often argue with my mum about some of the females issues that was been discussed.
“Mum, the female cycle starts every third week of the month” I will often shout with a stroke of seriousness.
I was barely ten.
Fast forward to TW magazine and you will have me falling in love with her brand again. I can’t remember the last time I missed out on an issue of the magazine and I have always enjoyed its content. By the way, it’s a female dominated magazine and my female friends never understood the reason why a guy will be glued to a feminine magazine and ditch soccer. In fact, it got to a point that all my Splendora maxi pad model friends organised a special deliverance session in my house and prayed that I will be delivered from the spirit of TW magazine. I returned back to my house and met them hallucinating. One of them even went as far as speaking in tongues.
Jezzzzzzzzzzzz!!! I don suffer.
I quietly placed the June edition on the table and before I returned with my glass of water, they were already struggling for the copy. Perhaps my own spirit was much stronger.
Now Seriously Speaking is in town with a bang. Adesuwa is a woman I cherish so much. With her over 30 years in the industry, I have never underestimated her ability to keep Nigerians glued with creative and original content. Seriously Speaking is the new talk show that will open the doors for divergent Nigerians to be on the International map and air their views on the most important aspects of our society. From music to lifestyle, from politics to professionals and everything in between…your latest darling on the television just arrived. Martin Beck Nworah and his “National Association of Nigerian Previewers and haters” (NANPH) have seriously spoken about this show and we are seriously shouting about it all over the country. Ask GET TV on Startimes and Channels TV the “koko” on the matter.
Till we get to the Promised Land, I shall be waiting for when you will pass me a glass of water and thank God for the gift of grace for the race.