Nigerian popular television drama series, Super Story, from the stable of Wale Adenuga Productions, will, henceforth, receive the support of Globacom.
This was gathered in a statement from the headquarters of the telecommunications company in Lagos, as Globacom is now the headline sponsor of the well-received soap opera which commenced another series, titled “Revenge” on African Independent Television (AIT) in September 2020.
Globacom said it was delighted to sponsor Super Story, which had consistently promoted good family values since 2001 when it was launched.
The statement said: “We are delighted to support Super Story to continue to excite some of our esteemed subscribers who watch the drama series. Super Story is chock-full with viable lessons on slices of life bordering on vices, venal practices, follies, and foibles. It is unique with its style of producing various interesting true-to-life stories that are believable and have distinct beginnings and endings.”
Note that Globacom has a long history of promoting arts and entertainment in the country, and many of the prominent initiatives supported by the company include “Professor Johnbull”, a television drama series broadcast on the networks of the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) in 2016 and CNN African Voices since 2010 amongst others.
Also, Super Story is a Nigerian anthology television drama series created by Wale Adenuga who published the magazine on which the program is based. It had its first episode titled “Oh Father, Oh Daughter” in 2001. It currently has over 22 episodes. It airs every Thursday on African Independent Television (AIT) between 9 pm and 10 pm.