Nigeria’s first all-entertainment breakfast show, Wake Up Nigeria, makes a debut on TVC


As part of its multi-million dollar investment in programming and content, TVC Media has announced the imminent debut of the country’s first all-round entertainment breakfast show, Wake Up Nigeria, on TVC.

Set to air live from Monday, July 24th, 2017 on week days between 7a.m and 9a.m, the show’s lead anchors, Abayomi Fowope and Titilayo Oyinsan, supported by three other presenters, will treat viewers of each episode to everything that makes for life and living exciting in Nigeria. Packed with celebrity interviews and news, cookery, live music, fashion, health, showbiz gossip, stand-up comedy, and so much more. All of these, in addition to news headlines, sports also include a quick look at the front pages of the nation’s newspapers.

R-L: Chief Executive Officer, TVC, Andrew Hanlon; Presenters of TVC Wake Up Nigeria Show, Titi Oyinsan and Yomi Owope, Deputy Director Programmes, TVC, Morayo Afolabi-Brown and Manager, Public Relations & Communications, TVC, Mabel Aladenusi, at the launch of TVC New Breakfast Show ‘Wake UP Nigeria’ held today at TVC Lagos Studio.

TVC’s Deputy Director Programmes, Morayo Afolabi – Brown said: “Over the last decade, the taste of the Nigerian viewer has evolved dramatically just as their yearning for premium entertainment content has grown significantly. Wake Up Nigeria is TVC’s robust response to that yearning. It is a show for everyone with a tutored taste for top-notch entertainment content that is both captivating and cerebral.”

“The show’s lively pace and fun-filled format is conceptualised to ensure viewers awaken to exciting mornings, and so help to set the tone for their day. It’s rich, varied and compelling content is guaranteed to keep viewers glued to their TV sets for the length of the programme. We also have juicy lifestyle and human angle stories lined up to provide inspiration for viewers so they can aim high and live their best lives,” Afolabi-Brown added.

Wake Up Nigeria is a largely politics-free zone with the primary objective of entertaining the nation. The show would also be a tribute to the kind of media excellence achievable in Nigeria and demonstrates a core value to which TVC remains committed.