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#ThrowbackThursday Which Super Story series was your favourite?

From "Oh Father Oh Daughter" to "One Bad Apple," which of these Super Story series was your favourite?

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Oh Father Oh Daughter

It's Thursday and we are throwing it back to the good old Super Story days.

We have put together seven Super Story shows that ruled the screen in the 2000s.

Which Super Story series was your favourite? Share yours with us.


1. "Oh Father! Oh Daughter"

Desperate for a job, Suara convinces his wife, Abike, to sleep with a wealthy business owner and, being obedient, she agrees to do it.

Suara gets the job and begins to spend money lavishly and spend late nights out. He begins to date a devious lady called Toyin Tomato and things take a different turn.

2. "No Pain No Gain"

Bose is sexually abused, gets pregnant and is pushed to the streets by her employers. She later gives birth to Ireti, who goes through her own life turmoil but eventually meets and marries a doctor.

They give birth to Ronke who, unfortunately, meets a gold-digger whose plan is to take over the family business.

3. "The Grasscutter"

A university lecturer holds the female students to ransom demanding sex before giving them the required marks.

However, a particular student who keeps turning him down is forced to comply with his unusual demand.

After having his way, she narrates how seven men who got intimate with her earlier died within seven days because of a curse that has been placed on her.

4. "The Gods Are Not To Blame"

When a king gives birth to a prince, he is excited. According to custom and tradition, he seeks spiritual divination to have an insight into the future of his heir.

The diviner instructs that the 7-day old boy be killed instantly as he is an evil-child who will kill his father and marry his mother.

5. "One Bad Apple"

Francis, a corrupt Police Officer, uses his uniform to terrorize the people in the town he was posted to, and collect bribes to prevent judgment.

We also remember his concubine, Caro.

6.  "Everything It Takes"

The story follows the lives of three female friends Chinelo, Deola and Boma, who are determined to follow their hearts and dreams in their different life ambitions.

There were other great shows like "Nnenna," "Because You Loved Me," "Enough is Enough," "Daddy's Girl," "A Blast from the Past" among others.

What do you remember about these series? Which of these was your favourite?

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