The Real Housewives franchise is expanding in Africa as Showmax introduces The Real Housewives of Abuja (RHOAbuja).
While Lagos has made a name for itself as the commercial hub of Nigeria - and debuted Real Housewives of Lagos in 2022 - the country's capital city, Abuja, is known as the city of wealth and power.
Dr Busola Tejumola, executive head of content and West Africa channels at MultiChoice, says, "The show will explore the power and influence of Abuja through the eyes of these fabulous women who are both unique and very entertaining. We are delighted and are certain the viewers will enjoy watching."
But what do the Abuja ladies have that the Real Housewives of Lagos don't? Meet the housewives and find out:
She is an art entrepreneur, creative director and founder of Selara Lifestyle. Arafa is married and a mother to twins.
Comfort is a lawyer, social commentator, travel blogger and talk show host. She is a partner at the Asia Ahmed and Co law firm.
Also known as OJ Posharella, Ojoma is an entrepreneur and the CEO of Posharella Group of Companies. She is also the founder of Posharella Life Foundation, an NGO with the mission to create a better life, society and world.
Another lawyer in the cast is Princess. She is also a brand ambassador, influencer, content creator and hotelier. Currently the managing director of the Sefcon group of hotels, she is married and a mother to two.
Samantha is a wellness entrepreneur and creative director of Zohi Taglit. She is passionate about art, fashion and style. She is married to an Abuja-based Israeli millionaire and is a mother of four children.
As a trained and certified chef and event curator, Tutupie is the creative director of Urban Day Party.
Watch the trailer for RHOAbuja here:
RHOAbuja is the eighth version of the reality show in Africa and is set to premiere exclusively on 17 February 2023, with new episodes dropping every Friday.
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