We will find out how far the Emir of Kowa is willing to go to ensure his heir does not contest the elections.
I mean, why should I have to wait a week to find what happens to my new favorite TV characters Kalifah, Nuhu, Diko and the Beautiful Binta?
In case you are wondering what I’m on about, the highly anticipated cultural and political drama, ‘Sons of The Caliphate’, premiered on the 13 of October 2016 to very good audience reactions.
Last week we saw the political scheming for the race to the government house in Kowa state begin to unfold as various elements within the ruling party indicated interests in controlling the affairs of the state.
This week, we will find out how far the Emir of Kowa is willing to go to ensure his son and heir, Kalifah does not contest the elections.
We will also see if the love triangle between Nuhu, Diko and Binta heats up or maybe one of them will back down for the other…but we know that’s not likely to happen
The only way to be sure is to tune in to EbonyLife TV Channel 165 this Thursday and every Thursday at 9PM WAT to see what happens as the intrigue continues in the Sons of the Caliphate.
You can also watch repeat broadcasts on Fridays at 3PM WAT, Saturdays at 9AM WAT and Sundays at 3PM WAT.
For more information, like the official Facebook page, www.facebook.com/EbonylifeTV and to be part of the Twitter/Instagram conversation, follow us @SonsOfTheCaliph and #SOTC
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In the resurgence for telling the story of a new Africa, our first feature film, FIFTY, allowed us to create an honest insight of Africa in contrast to the stereotypical fatalistic stories filmmakers tend to tell of the continent.
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