Glo-Sponsored Professor Johnbull Enjoins Couples With Fertility Issues To Seek Help
The need for women with fertility challenges in their marriages to urgently seek help is the focus of the current episode of TV drama series, Professor Johnbull, sponsored by national telecommunications company, Globacom.
Titled Childless Wives, the second episode in Season 6 highlights the predicament of women facing such problems. It also throws up different dimensions on the issue, particularly the trauma that women with such challenges go through.
The programme which seeks to enlighten viewers on the plight of childless women also counsels couples with fertility issues to seek help.
In the episode, viewers will see how a couple is coping with being childless and the problem they face in an attempt to overcome the challenge.
Viewers should look forward to a very interesting and emotional episode which will provide answers to the following pertinent questions: What is the reaction of Professor Johnbull (Kanayo O. Kanayo) to the issue? Is it only female partners in relationships having fertility problems that are the causes of such problems and what should the public do concerning the plight of women who find it difficult to bear children?
Globacom, in a statement made available to DAYLIGHT.NG, said that “Childless Wives goes beyond the issue of infertility to expose the reasons why ‘child-harvesting’ centres, otherwise known as baby factories, exist and the negative roles of in-laws in marriages that are challenged by infertility”.
Childless Wives, which parades regular cast of the programme including Professor Johnbull (Kanayo O. Kanayo), Etuk (Ime Bishop), Jeroboam (Osita Iheme) and others, comes up at 6.00 p.m. on Sunday on DSTV Africa Magic Family and GOTV Channel 2, with repeat broadcast on Thursday at 9.30 p.m. on the Cable TV channels,
It will also be aired on NTA Network, NTA International on DSTV channel 251 and NTA on StarTimes at 8.30 p.m. on Tuesday and Friday. In addition, Anambra Broadcasting Service will air it at 8.30 p.m. on Wednesday and Saturday.
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