Sexual immorality under scrutiny in new episode of Professor Johnbull

prof-johnbullTV viewers across the coun­try will be treated to an­other soul-lifting episode of the popular comedy drama series, Professor Johnbull, as the 13th episode of the sensational TV series, sponsored by Globa­com, goes on air.
The episode, the last in Season 1 before Season two kicks off im­mediately, is tagged A Single Mis­take and features Nigeria’s most prolific comedienne, Helen Paul, also known as Tatafo, in a cameo role.
According to a statement issued by Globacom, “A Single Mistake is the last episode in the first season of Professor Johnbull, and we want to assure the teeming viewers of the series that they will find this episode entertaining, educating and moralistic as it touches on one of the banana peels many young people often step on.”
In the last 13 weeks, the enter­taining, inspiring, comic, witty and educating drama series has raised the consciousness of view­ers about critical social issues.
Professor Johnbull has treated one moral lesson after another, from the essence of good charac­ter, to the biased societal disposi­tion to female children, health and public sanitation in a bid to encourage all to play their parts in making the society better.
Globacom noted that the feed­back from the viewing public “has been very encouraging. This was why we quickly hearkened to the call for the continuation of the Se­ries which has helped to promote social values.”
In the latest episode, viewers will see virtually all the main char­acters in the Series: Professor John­bull (Kanayo O. Kanayo), Eliza­beth (Queen Nwoye), Churchill (Jnr. Pope), Olaniyi (Yomi Fash-Lanso), Abednego (MC4God), Caro (Mercy Johnson-Okojie) and Jumoke (Bidemi Kosoko) in their elements.
Among others, viewers will determine if Jumoke has trans­formed from her pretentious self. Will Caro have the spectacular opportunity of hitting back at Ju­moke? How well does Helen Paul interpret her role of a village girl? What is Professor Johnbull’s stand on waywardness and sexual im­morality?
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