Nigerian women online TV begins operations
Agender advocacy initiative, Stronger Vessels Network (SVN) has launched an internet-based television, designed to address the plights of Nigerian women.
To be known as “More Than A Woman TV” or simply MORTAW TV, organizers said the concept behind its introduction is to basically to address real issues plaguing women of interest, release transformational documentaries as well as engage in mastermind trips and classes.
The TV’s host and initiator, Dolamu Badejo said what is needed is for as many women as possible to join and support MORTAW community and growing network so as to set themselves on transformational journey.
“We believe together we are stronger and can triumph over the worst of life’s cruelty, if we look out for neighbours, stay informed, live empowered and transformed lives,” Badejo said.
The TV host further explained viewers of MORTAW TV can access any of its programmes and documentary episodes at any time of the day. She however said such accessibility must be via subscription.
In his remark, the Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Mondo & Euodoó Ent, Moses Agboola, said the coproducing company for the online TV said it is the aspiration of the online TV to make women get the best out of life.
He said the TV will inspire women, the younger generation and also entertain and act as mentor for a number of challenges confronting them.
“The TV is expected to give women a voice, ease their burden, offer them support and love that they need while introducing them to healthy and successful families of victors. They will also be encouraged to go through transformation processes that will help them live the better version of themselves,” he said.