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From Abeokuta, through Ibadan, and now to Lagos, SuperTV market activation continues to gather momentum as it stirs consumers and customers to download and subscribe to SuperTV Zero Data App – to enable them stream and enjoy the best of movies for leisure and entertainment.

 

In Lagos, the SuperTV activation team was gleefully received with cheers, as people milled around the activation site at Ikpodo market, Ikeja, from where they combed the Computer Village, and Awolowo Way and its environs. The moment was exciting with music and open dance from the gyrating foot-works of the professional dancers, to the accompanying rhythmic competition by the subscribers, the public and passersby. The fact that subscribers and prospects can watch movies on their smart phones, mobile devises and laptops without data, but airtime, brought relief to subscribers who were very concerned about the usage of data.

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SuperTV Market Activation Train Storms Lagos Amidst Cheers from Lagosians

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SuperTV Market Activation Train Storms Lagos Amidst Cheers from Lagosians

Bukola Oloruntobi, female subscriber, who works in a Pharmacy Store, applauded the SuperTV offerings. “I like the SuperTV offerings. The convenient and flexible payment system using airtime instead of data is heart-warming. You know how it these day with data. Ahhhh! Data is really scarce and expensive. So, to have an opportunity to watch movies with airtime, even with as little as 200-naira, is a big relief and an opportunity to enjoy myself more – when I want to relax.”

 

Whereas Bukola is excited about the flexible payment and convenience, Hope Egwu, a Food Vendor at Ikpodo lauded SuperTV for offering a product that is more assuring than others. “For me, is it not better to pay for SuperTV offering that you know you have the flexibility to choose the programmes you want, based on how much airtime you can afford, instead of subscribing to packages that determine how much data to buy and you don’t really have time to enjoy? I think I feel more comfortable with the SuperTV offerings, especially because, I have some control over what I pay, how much I pay, and what I watch. I have already subscribed, and I am enjoying a movie right now on my phone,” he said.

 

Another excited prospect, Richard Olatunde, an IT Consultant, feels “It’s an interesting innovation to watch TV without feeding on one’s data, but to use airtime on a scalable mode. I’m eager to experience more of SuperTV.” Festus Oladokun, a student says it’s very good that he can watch movies, and other entertainment categories on SuperTV with his friends without having to worry about data that is meant for assignments and other serious business. “So, telecom services can come to this level considering the huge amount involved in accessing things on your phone many years back?” That was the reaction from Seyifunmi Jenyo, a Microfinance Banker. “Anyway, I hope to get to know more about SuperTV offerings. Mr. Odusami Adedayo Ademola, a civil servant said he couldn’t resist the electrifying moment but had to cross over the street to ask what SuperTV was offering. He couldn’t hide his interest by demanding instant downward of SuperTV App on his smartphone.

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SuperTV Market Activation Train Storms Lagos Amidst Cheers from Lagosians

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SuperTV Market Activation Train Storms Lagos Amidst Cheers from Lagosians

Currently, SuperTV is on a nationwide market campaign across Nigeria. The cities involved include: Abeokuta, Ibadan, Lagos, Benin, Onisha and Enugu. Other locations are Aba, Port Harcourt, Uyo, Abuja, Kano and Kaduna. Abeokuta and Ibadan are already done. SuperTV is in Lagos now. The SuperTV market activation is aimed at appreciating Nigerians for their support since the inception of the company. It is also designed to reward customers for their patronage of the incredible SuperTV edutainment packages; and also, to give prospective consumers an opportunity to subscribe to the exciting and imaginative SuperTV programmes. The market activation will encourage the new consumers to download the SuperTV App and subscribe for the zero data platform using the free airtime to be made available at the various locations where the activations will take place.

Even as subscribers and the public thumb up for SuperTV propositions, the Acting CEO, Ijeoma Onah says that, “From Day One, SuperTV emerged with a powerful hard-to-beat market entry strategy, based on a “ZERO DATA” offering; and partners with Nigeria’s largest telecom Network, MTN – to ensure access to her products and services everywhere you go, with the MTN network coverage. With SuperTV, subscribers do not incur internet data charges to stream after subscription. The user gets to enjoy either Live TV, Video on Demand or both at absolutely no additional cost after subscribing successfully,” said Onah.

To subscribe to the SuperTV bouquets using MTN short code is easy:

There is the Try-Out Bouquet which you can access daily by Texting STD to 33150. This will only cost you 200-naira airtime. But, do not worry; at the activation location SuperTV provides that 200-naira airtime free to enable you sample the latest offerings in the bouquet.

There is also the Basic Bouquet which are in three categories of Basic Daily, Basic Weekly, and Basic Monthly. In this category you can access the basic monthly by texting BSM to 333150 at an affordable airtime of 4,200 naira. There are many more bouquets to match every segment of the society including Kiddies Zone with fantastic Daily, Weekly, and Monthly offerings. Reports indicate that kids are loving it big with SuperTV entertainment. They applaud the varieties offered in their bouquet.

 

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JUST IN: President Buhari Hails Olowu Of Kuta, Oba Makama Oyelude, Tegbosun Ii, On 10th Anniversary

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JUST IN: President Buhari Hails Olowu Of Kuta, Oba Makama Oyelude, Tegbosun Ii, On 10th Anniversary—-President Muhammadu Buhari felicitates with Olowu of Kuta, Oba Makama Oyelude, Tegbosun II, on his 10th anniversary on the throne, celebrating with the royal father on many achievements, particularly upholding the rich tradition of Owu Kuta kingdom.

The President notes the harmony, peace and tolerance that pervades the Owu Kuta kingdom since Oba Oyelude ascended the throne of his forefathers, bringing his experience of wide travels and interaction at national and global levels to bear on the position.

President Buhari affirms that His Royal Majesty’s proclivity of giving to people, without discrimination and demonstrating love, without expecting returns, goes a long way in getting his people to believe in his vision of making the kingdom a reference in the state, and the country.
On the 10th anniversary of Oba Oyelude, President Buhari extols the royal father for his wisdom, and willingness to share with the old and young, and the lowly and highly placed in society.

The President prays for more grace and strength for Oba Oyelude to keep serving his people, country and humanity.

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BREAKING: Alleged Massive Corruption At Federal Ministry Of Works, Group Urges EFCC To Ensure Diligent Investigation And Prosecution

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BREAKING: Alleged Massive Corruption At Federal Ministry Of Works, Group Urges EFCC To Ensure Diligent Investigation And Prosecution—-A coalition of anticorruption civil society organisations, Civil Society Coalition Against Graft, CISOCAG, has called on the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, to ensure a diligent investigation and prosecution of all who are found culpable in an alleged corruption syndicate at the Federal Ministry of Works.

 

CISOCAG in a statement issued by its Coordinator, Comrade Mark Adebayo and Secretary, Comrade Femi Lawson, alleged that it got information that one Kabiru Kamba, of the Federal Ministry of Works, has been arrested by operatives of the EFCC based on credible intelligence and may have identified some of his accomplices who are influential members of an organized corruption syndicate in the Ministry.

The group in a press release made available to journalists in Abuja this Wednesday alleged, inter alia, that “We got information that one Kabiru Kamba, of the Federal Ministry of Works has been arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission for allegedly being among a well-grounded corruption syndicate within the Works Ministry who allegedly specialize in reprocessing already paid out vouchers and repaying same which runs into billions of Naira.”

“We got information that he has allegedly named some of his accomplices to include a former permanent secretary in the Ministry, one Babangida Kazaure and even a former governor, Adamu Alero, who is the chairman of Senate Committee on Works”.

“We call on the EFCC to be courageous and steadfast in the investigation and prosecution of anyone found culpable in this alleged multibillion Naira scam at a period that Nigeria is grappling with fiscal nightmares and its debt profile standing at a scandalous N43 trillion and going higher by the day. How is the government expected to meet its financial obligations to pay salaries, build infrastructure and fight insecurity if all the resources it should utilize for them are being stolen by some people?”

“We urge the EFCC to live up to public trust by ensuring that it doesn’t succumb to pressures from any quarters no matter how highly placed to cover up this monumental fraud. We say this because of some unwarranted experiences in recent times. Of notable example is the seemingly carefree manner that he Commission has been handling the several corruption allegations against the incumbent Speaker of the Lagos state House of Assembly, Rt. Honorable Mudashiru Obasa, as against the prompt alacrity with which the Commission went after the Ogun State Assembly speaker and brought him to Abuja to face interrogation. While we commend the EFCC for all it has been doing in bringing corrupt public officials to book, we urge the antigraft Commission to avoid being seen as giving preferential treatments to the subjects of investigation before it.”

“On the present case in question involving the Federal Ministry of Works, we urge the EFCC to go all out after all culpable personalities, especially the alleged ring leaders KABIRU KAMBA, BABANGIDA KAZAURE, and ADAMU ALERO, in this matter and ensure that the law takes its full course.”
Attempts to confirm from EFCC Spokesman, Wilson Uwujaren was unsuccessful.
When Newsnowonline contacted him, he forwarded a number of another colleague for confirmation.
His colleague who promised to call back didn’t do so as at the time of filling this report.

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