Telecom giant Globacom is celebrating a double celebration. It clocks in tomorrow, August 19, August 29, while his Glo TV is now one too.

For the impactful company founded by chief executive, Dr. Mike Adenuga, it’s time to count his blessings.

While it does this, it shares the fun, for example by entertaining viewers with “Moms at War,” Omoni Oboli’s captivating film in which two mothers go to great lengths to win their children’s favor.

What’s at stake in the comedy-drama shows off various trappings of reality. That’s science – and the mothers who long for it for their children are desperate about it.

Directed by Oboli, ‘Moms at War’ features Yul Edochie, Naz Onuso, Funke Akindele, EuchariaAnunobi, Michelle Dede and Moses Babatope.

Oboli says she was inspired to star in and direct the film because of her childhood experiences. Glo TV, for its part, says the film is suitable for viewers because of its educational and entertainment potential.

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Globacom launched Glo TV in August 2021 and has delivered on everything it promised in its vision statement. Powered by Glo 4G technology to ensure a pleasant streaming experience, the mobile TV was designed to provide engaging, interactive and premium entertainment content through a rich array of offerings, including hundreds of live entertainment programs, music, documentaries, news, original shows , fashion , lifestyle and kids interest channels with over 1000 videos.

Until now, one of the most successful shows on Glo TV was the ‘Glo Battle of the Year’, which featured intense dances such as Afro dance and Krumpin.

On a grander scale, it was a tale of monumental adventure for Globacom. Despite the increasingly challenging economy, it has entrenched itself among world leaders and has continued to deepen corporate social responsibility.

In the past year, Globacom sponsored the Ojude Oba Festival, where it not only empowered the organizers, but also rewarded winning regberegbe participating groups, as well as winners of the election held as part of the program.

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Globacom has also been a huge boon to the Nigerian entertainment industry. It has continued its tradition of appointing ambassadors to top artists, including footballers, an arrangement that has brought fortunes to its beneficiaries over the years. Glo’s ambassador bank is home to major brands such as Wizkid, AY, Bovi, Patience Ozokwo, OdunladeAdekola, Korede Bello, Reekado Banks, HadizahBlell and Basketmouth.

Others include OC Ukeje, Funke Akindele, Ini Edo, Helen Paul, Ime Bishop, John Okafor, ChiwetaluAgu, and Bimbo Oloyede. D’Banj, PSquare, Flavour, Omawumi, Burna Boy, Wande Coal, Sammie Okposo and MI are musician ambassadors for Globacom.

Lasisi is an award-winning poet and journalist.

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