[First Look] ‘The Real Housewives of Abuja’ Shows Affluent Lifestyle in Nigeria
Following the success of ‘Real Housewives of Lagos’, another series is coming to Nigeria. The Real Housewives of Abuja (RHOA) shows the affluent lifestyle in Nigeria and the official trailer is out.
The newest addition to Showmax’s lineup of original programming for the year is RHOAbuja. Join us in Abuja, the capital and most powerful city in Nigeria.
Get a first look at The Real Housewives of Abuja (RHOA) trailer here
Meanwhile, The Real Housewives of Abuja had an exclusive premiere for the show at Transcorp Hilton Hotel in Abuja, on Saturday, February 11, 2023.
Hawa Magaji, a media celebrity, served as the event’s host. Diplomats, senior executives from many industries, as well as famous people and influencers, were in attendance.
The new series chronicles the lavish lifestyles of six powerful and accomplished women in Abuja. The six members of the RHOA include Arafa, Comfort Booth, OJ Posharella, Princess Jecoco, Samantha Homossany, and Tutupie.
On February 17, the show will make its sole streaming platform debut. Thereafter, a new episode of The Real Housewives series will be released every week. RHOAbuja, which is produced by Delmedia Productions, will be accessible in more than 40 African nations.
According to the producer of RHOAbuja, Delmwa Deshi-Kura, she said “it took a village to make the Real Housewives of Abuja. In casting for the show, we ensured to put together the best cast that will deliver the drama and authenticity that this franchise has come to be known for, as well as bring their individual fabulousness into the show. And I daresay they delivered on all fronts.”
You can anticipate fascinating social situations and unrestricted access to the ultra-rich lifestyles of Nigerians in a major city like Abuja.
Let us know what you expect from Real Housewives of Abuja
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