This is a jolly good time for lovers and fans of the award winning Superstory series, ‘Itohan: A call to Action’. And indeed it is a sort of Yuletide package for them, as Wale Adenuga Productions has brought back, albeit by popular demand, the interesting and educating drama series as a way of increasing awareness and providing solution to the problem of international migration.
According to the producer, Wale Adenuga Jnr., since ‘Itohan: A Call to Action’ aired on television a few years ago, it had gained recognition from federal and state MDAs, NGOs as well as won international awards.
Hear him: “The recent public outcry against human trafficking, slavery and forced prostitution has resulted in overwhelming requests from viewers for us to show the story again, because the lessons in it directly address the relevant issues and provide solutions for all stakeholders. We would also be giving more insights as we discuss each episode with viewers during our interactive Superstory Plus live viewer-feedback TV show.”
‘Itohan: A Call to Action’ revolves around a young lady, Itohan, who is traveling to Europe through an illegal route, with genuine aspirations to be signed on as a footballer in a European club. But she is being deceived by a gang of men who intend to sell her and some other young ladies to a notorious prostitution ring once they get there.
The story is based on real life events and contains several elements of action, romance, comedy, betrayal and suspense. It stars a wide range of popular artistes including Tamara Eteimo, Yemi Solade, Mary Lazarus, Kelechi Udegbe, Racheal Oniga, Charles Okocha, and Patience Oseni. Others are Jide Alabi, Nobert Young, Gloria Young, Hakeem Rahman, Femi Durojaiye, Chidex Brown, Ekemini Nankere, and Dayo Davies.
‘Itohan: A Call to Action’, which started showing from Tuesday December 5, 2017, is available to millions of families each week through key stations across Nigeria including NTA Network (Thursdays 8 – 9pm), AIT Network (Thursdays 9 – 10pm), and wapTV on DStv 262, StarTimes 116, GOtv 102, StarSat 189 and MyTV (Thursdays 8 – 9pm; with repeat broadcast on wapTV Fridays 10 – 11am); and with the Superstory Plus weekly viewer feedback show airing every Friday 11:00 – 11:30am exclusive to wapTV.
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Author: Uche Atuma