Africa Magic’s latest indigenous series – “Iwe,” “Kariya,” and “Apo” are set to premiere. These series offer diverse narratives, genres, and themes, making them appealing to varied audiences.
Here are five types of people who will undoubtedly fall in love with this captivating series.
1. Culture Enthusiasts:
If you appreciate the rich and diverse Nigerian cultures, these series are a treasure trove of cultural authenticity. “Apo” immerses viewers in Yoruba traditions, “Iwe” explores Igbo heritage with a touch of mythology, and “Kariya” offers a glimpse into Hausa marital practices. Culture enthusiasts will delight in the meticulous attention to detail, from costumes to rituals, making these series an educational and immersive cultural experience.
2. Mystery and Thriller Fans:
For those who crave suspense and intrigue, “Apo,” “Iwe,” and “Kariya” have you covered. “Apo” presents the mystery of a bag filled with money, charms, and a firearm, while “Iwe” weaves in mythical elements, traditional wars and unexpected twists. “Kariya” brings tension to a troubled marriage amidst a hostage situation where they must choose between love and death. If you love to unravel mysteries and explore the depths of human drama, this series will keep you hooked.
3. History and Mythology Buffs:
“Iwe” is a treat for history and mythology enthusiasts. Set in pre-colonial Igbo territory, it delves into the legends, myths, and Igbo folklore. The series blends history with a touch of the supernatural, creating a captivating narrative that explores ancient traditions and beliefs. History and mythology buffs will appreciate the meticulous research and storytelling in “Iwe.”
4. Drama and Relationship Enthusiasts:
If you enjoy emotionally charged drama and stories centred around relationships, “Kariya” is tailor-made for you. The series navigates the complexities of a troubled marriage under extraordinary circumstances. It delves into themes of trust, betrayal, and redemption, offering a gripping portrayal of human emotions and the dynamics of relationships.
5. Fans of Strong Character Development:
These series are a treat for those who love well-crafted characters with depth and complexity. Whether it’s the tenants in “Apo,” the prince in “Iwe,” or the central couple in “Kariya,” each character undergoes a transformative journey. Viewers will witness moral dilemmas, personal growth, and unexpected twists that add layers of intrigue and relatability to the stories.
APO (The Bag) premiered on the 18th of September and will air every Monday and Tuesday on Africa Magic Yoruba channel 157 (DStv) and channel 2 (GOtv) at 6:30 pm. IWE will launch on September 25th and air every weekday at 7 p.m. on Africa Magic Igbo DStv channel 159 and GOtv channel 4. KARIYA will hit the screens on September 22 with new episodes every Monday to Wednesday at 8 p.m. on Africa Magic Hausa DStv Channel 156 and GOtv Channel 3.
Get ready to be immersed in the world of these compelling series as they take you on a journey filled with culture, suspense, history, and the complexities of human relationships.
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