Reality show to celebrate philanthropic women

Cohbams mother won the third edition.

Digital Interactive Media Limited, organizers of the popular emotive reality TV show, ‘The Supermom’, which debuted in 2010, has called for entries for the show’s fourth season, tagged ‘Heart of Gold Edition.’

The theme of this year’s show, ‘Heart of Gold,’ is based on increasing awareness about women who dedicate their lives to nurturing displaced children.

The executive producer of the show, Sola Fajobi, said “Individuals who have benefited from the humanitarian works of orphanages, motherless babies homes, hospices or private homes are encouraged to send in their stories.”

The Manager of the TV show, Chaste Inegbedion, also said, 20 unique outstanding and touching stories will be drawn from across the country for the main show.

“These mothers are essentially the unsung heroes of our time and should have their names crafted in gold on the sands of time,” Chaste said.

“To them we owe some degree of the peace we experience. Their sacrifice of love is the gentle breeze that fans and soothes away worries, the ray of hope that springs up, the sacred assurance that calms troubled hearts, the light at the end of the tunnel, lightening up the hitherto disadvantage circumstances of the little feet, toddlers, children and young adults whose responsibility circumstances have made their business.

“We cannot even begin to mention the beautiful colours of the rainbow that they paint the world of displaced or orphanage children with through their selfless actions,” he added.

The broadcast of the show is scheduled to start in the third quarter, between July and October, across Nigeria. The programme will be aired on syndicated channels which will cause a paradigm shift, he says.

Cobhams and mum receiving their prize (1)In ‘The Celebrity Edition’ which was the third season, Gladys Asuquo, the mother of ace music producer, Cohbams Asuquo, took home the star prize of N2 million; while Fuji star, Obesere’s mother, Omobonike Anike, went home with N1 million as first runner-up. The 2nd runner-up, with a cash prize of N500, 000, was Martinez Sanni, the mother of pop star Skales. The winners also made cash donations to orphanages of their choice respectively.

The Supermom Reality TV Show with a widespread acceptance and huge follower-ship on Nigerian television is in its fourth season.  The reality show enjoys sponsorship from Procter & Gamble, makers of Nigeria’s leading household detergent, Ariel; and Promasidor, makers of Onga seasoning.

“The Supermom Reality TV Show- Heart of Gold Edition seeks to celebrate mothers with a heart of gold, mothers who stopped at nothing to give meaning to the lives of children who are in no way biologically related to them,” Fajobi said.

“The reality show would preach the message of love and care from well meaning Nigerians to children who have now made their homes in Orphanages, Motherless Babies, Hospices or Private Homes.”

Organisers said entries for the show should to be sent via SMS to 08183593220 Or Email to .

Nigerians on social media can participate on twitter @supermomtvshow, and Facebook Page: The Supermom Reality Show. More details can be found on

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