Published on May 14th, 2015 | by Ada Uzoije0
Intriguing Shows from Africa : The Lions Supper
There are tons of intriguing Africa shows out since 2013, you will have probably not have heard of them,especially if you reside outside Africa. Despite the number of free shows you can access from online websites such as Youtube but I am sure it did not take you long to realize not all programs are equal. Some shows are a waste of time and some just make you sink more into depression. You love Africa and craving for more African dramas? Don’t despair, doing what I always do best, I am Ada Uzoije, here to entertain you, bringing the best of African dramas closer to you. Below are five tasty meals you really want to start watching! Good for you, if you had been watching any of these shows.
Beneath The Lies Uganda (2015)
Within the city of Kampala, lies a seedy underbelly of blackmail, drug trafficking, child prostitution and exploitation of women run by an unknown racket.
An African City Ghana (2014)
An African City is a web series created as a Ghanaian equivalent of Sex and the City for YouTube. The first episode of the webseries debuted on March 2, 2014. It follows the lives of five single young women of African descent who have recently resettled in Accra, Ghana after living abroad for most of their lives.
The Nairobians Kenya (2015)
Award winning Kenyan director Tosh Gitonga is back with a brand new awesome movie dubbed ‘The Nairobians’. The story line revolves crime and drama of Nairobi city life.
The White Folks South Africa (2014)
The White Folks’ is a mock-reality web series set in South Africa. It follows the lives of two families from Plattekloof in Cape Town who think their suburban lives are very tough.
The Samaritans Kenya (2013)
The Samaritans is a snarky, scripted series centered around the absurdities of Aid for Aid, a dysfunctional, fictitious non governmental organization (NGO). In the Kenya field office, the cosmopolitan staff deal with the strange demands and decisions of UK headquarters and hopelessly inept local bureaucracies, all under the guise of ‘Saving Africa’.