Just after 34 decades hiatus, well-known Nigerian Tv display “Village Headmaster” has now been repackaged and will be demonstrated on three regional television stations.
The Director-Normal of Nigeria Tv Authority (NTA), Mallam Yakubu Ibn Mohammed, disclosed on Friday at the relaunch and non-public screening of the repackaged drama collection in Abuja.
He reported the drama collection would be demonstrated on NTA every single Sunday from 8.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m., Africa Impartial Tv (AIT) every single Wednesday from 9.00 p.m to 10.00 p.m. and WAP Television each individual Friday from 8.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m.
Established in Oja, a fictitious Yoruba village, Ibn Mohammed reported the sequence is woven all over the lives of the villagers from royalty to the commoners, education and so in.
He recalled that just before the series went off-display a long time back again, it captivated viewers and was addictive to numerous in people days.
The NTA manager claimed the series was brought back to reenact the people and convey back again the moral values, countrywide unity and cohesion it taught in all those times.
He thanked Main Wale Adenuga who fully commited his prosperity of activities and means for the series’ manufacturing and Globacom for its sponsorship.
Ibn- Mohammed expressed regrets that some of the unique cast of the series experienced passed on and have been not readily available to witness the rebirth of the iconic series.
He claimed outstanding among them provided late Main Segun Olusola, previous Nigeria Ambassador to Ethiopia, who established the sequence as a member of staff members of the then Western Nigeria Television, Ibadan.
The D-G claimed the new cast is super-packed with the choicest names in the movie market which includes some of the founding users of the sequence, notably, Dejumo Lewis as Kabiyesi, Alison Ibrahim as Amebo, Dan Imodu as Dagbolu and Dele Osawe as Trainer Fadile.
Other notable customers of the cast incorporated Well known musician 9ice, Mr Latin, Funky Mallam, Jide Kosoko, Okele, Omo Ibadan and Fathia Balogun.
Also speaking at the occasion, Adenuga thanked the NTA manager and family for bringing back again the series noting that the Television set dwelling encouraged them from script to monitor.
Mr Wale Adedeji, a representative of Globacom, claimed they were being glad to be the sponsor of the articles which celebrates society, inspires unity and teaches moral values.