ULTIMATE LOVE: Africa Magic is making frantic effort to replace Big Brother Naija/Africa Reality TV Show; at least that is the popular narrative currently renting the air and it is quit understandable considering the level of nudity and obscenity the show promotes.
Words on the street is that Africa Magic’s new Reality TV show, Ultimate Love is one of the TV content giant’s deliberate move at test running to discover something new and suitable to replace BB Naija, but current feed backs now suggests that viewers are having a hard time connecting with the show and again, they are also struggling so hard to understand the dynamics of the TV Show which is now beginning to look like a child that is dead upon delivery.
Although arm twisted by my wife, I won’t lie I have watched a bit of the show and in less than 24 hours I have spotted a couple of grey areas and in no little way I find my observations very disturbing. Very disappointing again is the singular fact that Africa Magic can condescend as low as giving voice to a half-baked, directionless TV Show that lacks in general aim or purpose on its platform.
Among other issues with the Show that I personally find very nauseating is the producers’ idea of featuring recycled old, ugly, dirty looking women with bloated bellies looking like sugar mummies in their 60s.
Again, all the ladies in the house lied about their age. From my observation, the ladies are way older than the guys; some of them look more like single moms and divorcees who are desperately in search of toy boys to satisfy their sexual urge, while others look more like chronic ‘Runs girls’.
Asides putting to question, the procedure for the selection of the housemates; one wonders if the producers of Ultimate Love have any sense of sophistication parading those classless ladies with low budget wigs and cheap tattoos on the show?
I don’t think sane parents will approve of their son introducing any of the ladies in the Ultimate Love TV Show to them as his girlfriend talk more a fiancee, that’s how sad it is.
Some of the female housemates are scary in looks and sizes that their male counterparts are afraid of expressing their feelings knowing that that the ladies are quit older. Rather than consider a possible love tango, the guys safely class them as ‘big aunties’
Furthermore, for a TV Show that is positioned to bench BB Naija, what are in-house tasks that will keep the housemates occupied all through their stay in the house? What is the yardstick for measuring the level of love of partners? What sophisticated and unique ideas are the producers introducing to the show to create and help the housemates build their general IQ?
So far what I see is a TV Show that is carefully orchestrated in connivance with top echelons in Africa Magic to embezzle funds because in totality Ultimate Love lacks direction of purpose.
Below are the 16 Love Guests arranged alphabetically.
1. Henry Arnold Olatunde, 32, is a writer, singer, entrepreneur, content producer. He hails from Ogun State.
2. Bolanle Oluchi Babalola, 35, is a media presenter, production manager. She hails from Ondo State.
3. Cherry Osigwe, 30, is a medical doctor by profession. She hails from Imo State.
4. Chris Adanna, 36, works as a brand architect. She hails from Abia State.
5. David Wilson, 33, is an MC and entrepreneur. He hails from Bayelsa State.
6. Juliet Ebiteinye, 26, is an accountant. And she hails from Bayelsa State.
7. Ikenna “Iyke” Nnama, 24. He hails from Enugu State.
8. Jonathan “Jay” Benson, 35, is an engineer. And he hails from Ebonyi State.
9. Jennifer Jenny Koko, 26, is a fabrics seller. She hails from Rivers State.
10. Ucheagwu “Kachi” Onyeka, 32, is a serial entrepreneur. And he hails from Imo State.
11. Louis Ejiofor, 33, is a TV content creator and producer. He hails from Delta State.
12. Michael Ngene, 29, is a broadcast journalist (ie. Radio presenter). He hails from Enugu State.
13. Nkechi Maureen Agba, 29, is a marketing executive. And she hails from Anambra State.
14. Emeka Sunny Ewenike “Obichukwu”, 32, is a social worker and businessman. He hails from Imo State.
15. Rosemary “Rosie”, 35, is a school teacher. She hails from Ogun State.
16. Theresa Ifeoma Ugorji, 23, is a medical doctor (optometrist). She hails from Imo State.