Following 34 decades hiatus, well-liked Nigerian Tv clearly show “Village Headmaster” has now been repackaged and will be demonstrated on 3 nearby television stations.
The Director-Basic of Nigeria Television Authority (NTA), Mallam Yakubu Ibn Mohammed, disclosed on Friday at the relaunch and non-public screening of the repackaged drama collection in Abuja.
He claimed the drama series would be revealed on NTA every single Sunday from 8.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m., Africa Independent Tv (AIT) each individual Wednesday from 9.00 p.m to 10.00 p.m. and WAP Television set every Friday from 8.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m.
Set in Oja, a fictitious Yoruba village, Ibn Mohammed explained the sequence is woven all around the lives of the villagers from royalty to the commoners, instruction and so in.
He recalled that ahead of the series went off-monitor a long time again, it captivated viewers and was addictive to many in these times.
The NTA manager mentioned the series was brought back again to reenact the characters and deliver again the ethical values, nationwide unity and cohesion it taught in people times.
He thanked Chief Wale Adenuga who fully commited his wealth of activities and resources for the series’ manufacturing and Globacom for its sponsorship.
Ibn- Mohammed expressed regrets that some of the original forged of the sequence experienced passed on and have been not accessible to witness the rebirth of the iconic sequence.
He claimed notable among the them involved late Chief Segun Olusola, previous Nigeria Ambassador to Ethiopia, who established the sequence as a member of team of the then Western Nigeria Tv, Ibadan.
The D-G mentioned the new forged is tremendous-packed with the choicest names in the movie marketplace such as some of the founding members of the collection, notably, Dejumo Lewis as Kabiyesi, Alison Ibrahim as Amebo, Dan Imodu as Dagbolu and Dele Osawe as Instructor Fadile.
Other notable users of the solid provided Common musician 9ice, Mr Latin, Funky Mallam, Jide Kosoko, Okele, Omo Ibadan and Fathia Balogun.
Also speaking at the celebration, Adenuga thanked the NTA boss and loved ones for bringing back again the sequence noting that the Tv set home motivated them from script to screen.
Mr Wale Adedeji, a agent of Globacom, explained they were glad to be the sponsor of the content which celebrates tradition, evokes unity and teaches ethical values.