TALK THE TALK POISED TO EMPOWER WOMEN ON TV
In order to further boost and highlight the trials and triumphs of women in the society, a new television show, Talk the Talk, was recently launched at the Sheraton Hotels and Towers, Ikeja, Lagos, amid plaudits.
According to the initiator and creator, Bennie Ogbomo, the TV show will tackle salient problems militating against women in the society, especially cases of abandoned widows, women begging on the streets, jilted lovers and many more.
Moreover, it will also bring to fore, the eventual triumphs of most of these women in the midst of daunting challenges and despondency. 'Women are weaker vessels and some of them have been abused, abandoned, rejected because the society has not recognised their efforts. Women have more influence on their children than men, yet they are not well treated.
There is need for information on the importance of women in the society,' pretty Ogbomo explained.
The well-attended event was also used for the launch of her magazine 'Virtue'.
Virtue magazine, according to her showcases those women, who had defied all odds to get to the pinnacle of their careers.
Ogbomo, who enjoys writing, added that the television show would hit screens soon, while the magazine that equally featured segments on nutrition, career, divorce, strange but real story, hearts talk, cuisine and many others will be published quarterly.
Comedians, Big John and Ebube spiced the evening with ribs cracking jokes alongside the Edo cultural troop, who thrilled the gathering endlessly with traditional dances.
Veteran broadcaster, Terry Isaac Idaho beautifully anchored the gathering.