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Any man that can give an answer to this question that would satisfy just 50% of women deserves a Nobel Peace Prize. That man is one step closer to discovering world peace and it’s really as serious as that.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XRG2f1HIyTk&list=PLB1Uvqrn0ORGwyndBwdi1vo0MJM0W40ny
Women always wonder why men never seem to know what they want but for men, it’s like playing football while the goalposts keep moving. When we come close to answering the question women all over the world seem to retreat to this secret group chat on WhatsApp and agree to disagree with the brotherhood of men.
There was a time when we thought women just wanted a man who cared for them was affectionate and showered them with gifts, any gift would do, we thought. A Shoe was a shoe just let it be fine. These days there are shoes and then there is Louboutin. Make no mistake about it, they are not the same thing.
Sure there are general rules and principles that women claim men must obey and abide by. At least that’s what they claim. Ask any married man, he will tell you it’s a lie. Your girl can tell you her problems, you take the initiative and attempt to solve it and your girl is mad at you. Truth is she never wanted you to solve it. She just wanted you to listen. That’s what you’ll think till the next time you listen and sit on your ass.
For heaven sakes, if Albert Einstein got divorced and couldn’t E=mc2 his way to answer what a woman would want, can women cut us some slack.
If you don’t believe me you can undertake further studies by catching Men’s Corner at 23:00 CAT on EbonyLife TV DStv Channel 165.
We meet the psychotic Mr Angel and his accomplice. Kay takes Eli out to their old school to share something personal with him. Benjamin Abaddon agrees to be interviewed by a notoriously tough TV journalist, but who is in control? Meanwhile Eli and Maya head out to Kay’s birthday party. Ziv uses the opportunity to his advantage.
Nigerian entertainment and lifestyle channel to reach over 7 million new viewersLagos, 3 July 2018 – EbonyLife TV is proud to announce that from August 1, 2018, they will be broadcasting on the StarTimes network (Satellite 191 and Digital Terrestrial 107), thereby ending its exclusive arrangement with DStv. StarTimes is a leading multinational media company with a strong presence in Africa, operating in 30 countries and with over 10 million subscribers. The partnership with StarTimes is a bid to provide premium, homegrown content to a larger audience across Africa. In addition to expansion of its linear television audience, EbonyLife has launched a global, digital video-on-demand (VoD) service, EbonyLife ON, that allows Nigerian subscribers, who cannot afford expensive satellite TV, to watch its high-quality content for as little as N500 per month. Viewers in the diaspora have already been accessing the service for $2.99 per month. Mo Abudu, CEO of EbonyLife TV is thrilled about the global expansion. “This is an exciting time for us. StarTimes is a force to be reckoned with in Africa. It is a privilege for EbonyLife to have an additional home with the network. Together with the global reach of EbonyLife ON, we will have the potential for millions more people to enjoy our gripping dramas, riveting talk and fun entertainment shows,” she said. Justin Zhang, MD of StarTimes, shares similar sentiments with Abudu. “EbonyLife TV is synonymous with quality, which is important to us. As one of Nigeria’s leading television networks, it made sense to include them in the StarTimes family and to continue delighting customers with engaging, original content,” he said. This collaboration is a win-win for both parties – StarTimes will improve its offering by providing an additional, first-rate channel to users and EbonyLife TV gets an opportunity to broadcast to an even greater number of viewers. EbonyLife ON is now available online to viewers in Nigeria and the rest of Africa. - Ends - For further information, please contact: Michael Williams email@example.com
Indigenous lifestyle and entertainment brand marks milestone year and looks ahead to a bright futureLagos, 3 July 2018 – EbonyLife TV, Nigeria’s leading television channel proudly announces its fifth anniversary, on July 1. Launched in 2013, this is a significant achievement for the proudly ‘made in Nigeria’ company, which has become a major feature film producer as well. To celebrate, the growing media group will be launching a number of initiatives on July 1:
- Its global Video-on-Demand (VoD) digital service, EbonyLife ON, will be available in Africa
- Streaming movies and series via EbonyLife ON Mobile, in partnership with MTN, Airtel and 9 Mobile
- Its regular TV service commences broadcast in Africa on the StarTimes network (channels 191 and 107), in addition to DStv and Flow in 10 Caribbean countries.
- Africa’s first legal drama series, Castle & Castle, premieres on EbonyLife ON
- Launching a new brand identity
Lifestyle and entertainment media group launches colourful look across a range of new servicesLagos, 3 July 2018 – As part of its fifth anniversary celebrations, EbonyLife is changing its look, starting this July. The revamp includes a new logo for the parent brand, EbonyLife Media, and for other brands in the group, which are:
- EbonyLife TV (broadcast on DStv 165 and StarTimes 107 and 191 in Africa, and on Flow in 10 Caribbean countries)
- EbonyLife Films (producers of blockbuster movies, such as Fifty, The Wedding Party movies and Royal Hibiscus Hotel)
- EbonyLife Studios (a film production service for in-house projects and third-party clients)
- EbonyLife ON (our global Video-on-Demand (VoD) digital service for viewers who want to enjoy high-quality series and movies at their convenience)
Africa’s first legal series, Castle & Castle, debuts globally this July on EbonyLife ON – subscribe now!!!
New, original EbonyLife drama to be available via mobile-on-demand platform
Lagos, 21 June 2018 – EbonyLife TV is proud to announce that Castle & Castle, the first African legal drama series, will have its worldwide premiere this July on its digital service, EbonyLife ON.
Starring Nollywood heavyweights Richard Mofe-Damijo and Dakore Egbuson-Akande, the series is primarily about the story of a striking couple, ‘Remi Castle’ and her husband ‘Tega’ – lawyers who run a successful practice in Lagos.
A former law professor, ‘Tega’ is passionate about human rights. However, as the years have gone by and the nature of the firm has changed, he has had to fight extra-hard to get such cases. ‘Remi’ is a beautiful, brilliant woman who loves her husband, despite their different legal interests – she prefers commercial clients that pay huge retainers. They met 20 years ago when he taught her in law school. Their marriage is put to the test, as a host of family issues crop up and affect their work. Viewers will see the couple stand together against outsiders and fight each other when their individual desires clash. Will their relationship survive Castle & Castle or will it succumb to the pressures of work?
Mo Abudu, Executive Producer, is thrilled about the series. “Castle & Castle is a project we are quite proud of. The first of its kind in Nigeria or even Africa, we look forward to presenting it to the world. Sharing it on our globally available, digital platform is an added reason for our excitement. It will be accessible to everyone with a mobile device, for them to enjoy on-the-go, at their convenience,” she said.
Produced by Isioma Osaje and Temidayo Abudu, the series features a star-studded cast and three outstanding directors, Niyi Akinmolayan, Tope Oshin and Kenneth Gyang. Each episode will give a unique take on the legal world and show what happens when there is a collision of family issues, personal desires and business. Viewers will be kept at the edge of their seats with the drama that unfolds every week.
To subscribe, visit ebonylifeon.com, with monthly prices starting from as little as N500 (Android app), N700 (Apple app) in Nigeria, £2.24 in the UK and $2.99 in the US.
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