12th November, 2010
Super Mom, a wave making reality TV show designed to celebrate mothers across theÂ socioeconomic class of Nigerians, especially women within the age range ofÂ 40 to 50Â years, is at an advanced stage.
In the beginning, the producers of the show promised to make viewers laugh and cry,Â jerk and jump in a mixed emotion, frown and relax their brows as they follow trueÂ life stories of different Nigerian women every week.
Pointer to these is the bitter-sweet stories of Felicia Oduche, Ifeoma Pius andÂ Thomas Abu families, recently aired and which remain indelible for many viewers.
Sola Fajobi, the Executive Producer of the show, disclosed that â€œSuper Mom is theÂ emotional true life experience of the average Nigerian woman who would go the extraÂ mile to ensure stability in her home and to better the lot of her kids.â€
He hinted further that the stories are screen-played and enacted by top movie starsÂ in short films of 30 minutes syndicated on 24 stations and cable networks inÂ Nigeria, Africa and Europe.
Fajobi added that viewers will be the ultimate judges of the 13-week episode untilÂ the mother, whose story is voted best, wins a brand new car, house, jewellery and anÂ all-expense paid trip abroad.