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NdaniTV announces its new original series for 2017

NdaniTV announces its new original series for 2017

After the success of original series like Gidi Up, Skinny Girl in Transit & Rumour Has It comes a brand new series by NdaniTV. Lagos Big Boy is a story of four aspiring young men who tackle the challenges of being successful in the city that never sleeps, getting themselves mixed up in all sorts of ‘hustle’ to actualize their dreams of attaining the ultimate Big Boy status.

The series, produced by NdaniTV with Dare Olaitan of ‘Ojukokoro’ fame as writer and director, will certainly appeal to male fans of NdaniTV, as the series features an all-male lead cast, something that’s quite new coming from the network. The show features fast rising entertainer and comedian, Gbolahan ‘Bollylomo’ Olatunde, and popular presenter, Chukwuebuka ‘ChueyChu’ Okoye alongside Charles Etubiebi Oke and Tosan Wiltshere as the main lead characters. Lagos Big Boy is coming soon to Ndani.TV .

“We're delighted with the progression that online African content has achieved in recent times. With the emergence of numerous online platforms, African audiences are now really spoilt for choice, which is great for the industry. Our goal is not just to create great online content with spectacular visuals but also to tell unique and compelling African stories, to Africans within Africa, the Diaspora and of course the rest of the world. There's something for everyone at NdaniTV this season and we're excited to see how our loyal audience responds to our new offering of shows.” said Agnes Marquis, Head of Productions at NdaniTV

Lagos Big Boy is an original new series by NdaniTV, and powered by GTBank

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NdaniTV announces its new original series for 2017

NdaniTV announces its new original series for 2017

NdaniTV announces its new original series for 2017

NdaniTV announces its new original series for 2017

NdaniTV announces its new original series for 2017

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