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Friday, 6 March 2015

Sunlight Detergent’s Alarambara brings drama to you on radio!

Money! Power! Friendship! Men! The laughter! The tears! Tips on laundry and cleaning! And the five beautiful, young women who live through it all! Sounds like the plot for a TV show, right? 

Well, Unilever’s Sunlight, the 2-in- 1 Detergent that delivers sensational cleaning and all-day fragrance to all your laundry, brings you all this and more on a sensational radio drama series




A Yoruba language production, Alarambara shines the spotlight on five friends, young, fun-loving women who face the modern challenge of balancing the demands of the home front and all aspects of their lives 
Nollywood star, Mosun Filani is Sisi Oge, the lead character whose advice and great tips help to keep her friends together – flighty Anike, the slightly naïve Iyawo, aspiring flirt, Bisi and Iya Alaje whose avowed love of money will soon get her into hot water with her husband.
Because it is true-to-life, Alarambara from the get-go, shows how an action as seemingly minor as choosing a detergent for one’s laundry needs can have wide-reaching consequences as Anike and Iyawo discover in the maiden episode, Laws of Attraction.
Meanwhile, Iya Alaje whose prior announcement of money being her new paramour and her pursuit of it rocks the boat of her marriage in episode two, Birds of a Feather. And it is a crisis that reaches its crescendo with the Baba of the house announcing his own plans to bring in a second Iyawo. But guess who comes to the rescue?
In Aso Ebi Palava, the trouble for our ladies now wears a different colour and has moved from the home scene to a wedding setting as the title suggests.
Already airing on select radio stations across the West of Nigeria and with thirteen five-minute episodes in all, Alarambara is set to become the ratings sensation of the current season of Yoruba radio.
So, keep your ears open and let Sunlight in. Catch up with Alarambara radio drama series on the following stations:
Voice of Ekiti, 91.5 FM – Friday, 9am – 9:15am
Adaba, 88.9 FM Ondo – Thursday, 9am – 9:15am
OGBC 2 90.5FM Abeokuta – Wednesday, 8:15am – 8:30am
Splash 105.5FM, Ibadan – Monday, 12:30pm – 12:45pm
Royal 95.1 FM, Ilorin – Wednesday, 9am – 9:15am

Visit www.facebook/SunlightNigeria for more information and to catch up on past episodes

19 comments:

carina jacob said...

Good.

Juliet Iwuno said...

Okiie seen, tnx for the information. Linda take note!

Juliet Iwuno said...

Okiie seen, tnx for the information. Linda take note!

Juliet Iwuno said...

Okiie seen, tnx for the information. Linda take note!

Juliet Iwuno said...

Okiie seen, tnx for the information. Linda take note!

Afolabi Eradajaye said...

Ok

@MEETDREALEVANS said...

#teamOmo

Shina Shine said...

ok



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christie benjamin said...

Lovely if all the aforementioned will happen there


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@lwkmd_naija - follow on instagram/twitter said...

Cool

udeze obumneme said...

No wahala

ROYAL PRIESTHOOD said...

Great! Great!! Great!!!
This is lovely and thumbs up to them for dis. More power to their elbows.

Subomi said...

its been longggggggggggggg I listened to a radio drama.. That still happens? wow

Subomi said...

been sooooooo long I listen to radio drama, did not know this still happens o

bola lawal said...

I'm so glad my media campaign's on LB! Incase y'all need a media strategist & media planner; Pls talk to me! U too much Linda!

angela akadakpo said...

Beautiful will listen 2 it.

olamide Ashafa said...

Aiit thanks!

Oluchi Lambert said...

Nice, but we dont have those radio stations in Kaduna

Ojo Seun said...

Ok good

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