The groundbreaking and hilarious TV drama series titled Professor JohnBull which is integrated with the giant telecommunications company, Globacom unveils the Professor JohnBull Season 5 – Episode 7 (Saving Nigeria). This new season of Glo’s Professor Johnbull begins and viewers of the popular TV Drama Series, Professor Johnbull, sponsored by the Grandmasters of data, Globacom, will on Tuesdays be watching to more entertaining episode as Season 5 of the series berths on NTA Network, NTA International on DSTV Channel 251 and NTA on StarTimes at 8.30 p.m. on Tuesdays. The new season would be starring more Nollywood stars as they are introduced to viewers who will find out how the matter unfolds.
Kanayo O. Kanayo who plays the lead character Professor Johnbull, the scholar’s househelp, Caro (Mercy Johnson-Okojie), his son, Churchill (Junior Pope Odonwodo), the restaurateur, Olaniyi (Yomi Fash-Lanso), the adventurer of the Series, Samson (Ogus Baba), Ufoma (Bimbo Akintola), who has a perpetual crush on the erudite professor, Chief Zebrudayah (Chika Okpala), Abadnego (Martins Nebo), Etuk (Imeh Bishop Okon), Jumoke (Bidemi Kosoko), Flash (Stephen Odimgbe), Queen Nwokoye, Mai Doya (Funky Mallam), Chiwetalu Agu, O.C. Ukeje, Bovi, Patience Ozokwor (Mama G), Nje (Angela Okorie), Jeroboam a.k.a Boam (Osita Iheme), Paul (Stanley Igboanugo), Helen Paul and many others.
Story of Professor JohnBull Season 5 – Episode 7 (Saving Nigeria):
Inter-tribal marriage, panacea to national disunity – Professor JohnBull. Television sitcom series, Professor Johnbull, sponsored by telecommunications giant, Globacom, says inter-tribal marriages are veritable panacea to the sustenance of national unity in an episode titled Saving Nigeria.
Professor Johnbull played by the drama’s lead character, Kanayo O. Kanayo, joins popular restauranteur, Olaniyi (Yomi Fash-Lanso); acclaimed philanderer, Flash (Stephen Odimgba) and the new house help, Nje (Angela Okorie), to deliver a powerful homily in support of inter-tribal marriages as effective tool for achieving national unity and cohesion.
The episode shows Urhobo-born Ufoma’s (Bimbo Akintola) uncle putting up strict opposition to the idea of her falling in love with Professor Johnbull of Igbo origin and serving as a hawker of yam tubers under Mai Doya (Funky Mallam), of Northern extraction. The same mindset is noticed in Olaniyi’s restaurant when a customer sternly objects to the love proposal from Olaniyi, a Yoruba to Nje an Igbo, on the grounds of tribal differences.
Having been privy to the two scenarios, the erudite academic submits that inter-tribal marriages foster cultural integration and oneness.
While advocating for a deliberate national orientation and education on the need to recognise marrying from different tribes as a form of cultural integration rather than an aberration, the Professor said the trend, if widely embraced, can culminate in unity in spite of the diversity of cultures and traditions from the different tribes across the country.
The closing remarks tagged ‘Professor’s Conclusion’ is taken by Olaniyi who appears to have learnt the ropes from the academic by submitting that inter-tribal marriages will put an end to “antagonistic tribal demarcations”. He subsequently receives the approval of the scholar who had been surreptitiously watching his delivery.
Saving Nigeria also features Bishop Imeh as Etuk; Ogus Baba who plays Samson; Osita Iheme, Boam; Martins Nebo, Abadnego in addition to other regulars of the sitcom which shows on NTA Network, NTA International on DSTV Channel 251 and NTA on Startimes on Tuesday at 8.30.p.m with repeat broadcast on Friday at the same time and on the same channels and time.
Don’t miss the next episode of #ProfessorJohnBull on Tuesdays and Fridays on NTA Network, NTA International on DSTV Channel 251 and NTA on StarTimes from 8:30pm to 9:00pm.
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