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SuperStory To Commence New Story On Independence Day

By Editor   |   26 September 2015   |   11:19 pm  

Adenuga

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Wale Adenuga Productions (WAP) Ltd is contributing its quota to the Independence Day celebrations across the country, as it will be dishing out a brand new story on its multiple-award-winning Superstory TV drama programme on October 1, 2015. The new story is titled Point and Kill and it is tailored for family enjoyment.

According to Managing Director of WAP Wale Adenuga Jnr., “Because human nature is unpredictable and diverse, there are so many things going on in our society which many people may not be aware of. We take it as our duty, as good citizens, to adapt these true stories in order to entertain the general public while also keeping them informed. We are pleased to present Point and Kill’ which has several lessons for all viewers.”

Notable actors like Charles Okafor, Doris Simeon, Hakeem Rahman, Racheal Oniga, Gloria Young and Moyo Lawal bring the TV drama to life through outstanding performances.

In a related development, WAPTV has added yet another entry to its vast trophy case as it received the “Excellence in Leadership” award, which is in recognition of the channel’s outstanding contributions to the development of youths across Africa.

This prestigious award was presented at the 2015 edition of the International Campus Leadership Conference, which was organised by S.W.A.T. Leadership Academy on 20th – 24th August, at the Eko Tourist Resort, Lagos.

According to Adenuga, “Over the past three years, WAPTV has received several awards; yet each new one is very special to us. WAPTV is the Family Entertainment Channel so our Programme Schedule has something for all age groups. The African youth are very dear to us and we always go the extra mile to support youth-oriented endeavours and provide them with more than the necessary amount of Information, Entertainment and Education to achieve their goals”.

WAPTV is available to millions of homes across Africa through simultaneous live transmission on several popular Pay TV providers; including STARTIMES Channel 116, STARSAT Channel 189, CONSAT Channel 812 and MYTV.



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