Let’s take a trip down memory lane.5 classic Nigerian shows that kept us glued to our TVs

Papa Ajasco kept us glued to our TVs [The SUN]
Growing up as a 90s kid, watching TV was a popular tradition practised in many homes.
At certain times, children stopped playing outside and came in to gather around the television to watch their favourite shows with their friends and family.

Filled with catchy theme songs, memorable characters and phrases, those TV shows easily became the perfect bonding moments for children growing up in that era. CONTINUE READING…..

You could not wait to go to school the next day and reminisce over the hilarious things you watched the previous night in anticipation of the next episode.

On Children’s Day, we are taking you down memory lane with a list of classic Nigerian shows that kept us glued to our TVs:

Amaka Igwe, this show easily became one of the best shows on TV thanks to the comedic brilliance of Kunle Bamtefa, Ngozi Nwosu, and a great supporting cast.

This drama documents the life of a widow, Teju, raising her children Ifeanyi, Susan, and Ada the best way she can. As a kid, it was interesting to see child actors performing brilliantly.

Veteran actresses Lanre Hassan and Moyin Olutayo commanded your attention whenever the show came on. Even if some of the nuances of their life went over your head as a kid, you could not look away from the screen when the show came on.

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