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‘Bukas and Joints’ to begin second season

‘Bukas and Joints’ to begin second season
August 07
15:29 2016
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Biola Alabi Media (BAM) has announced the premiere of the second season of its docu-series, ‘Bukas and Joints’.

The second season, which premieres on August 7, boasts of more locations and a wide variety of cuisines.

Olisa Adibua, host of the show, returns this season and will be taking on joints beyond our borders, sharing the richness of African cuisines at home and aboard.

From the pacesetter city of Ibadan to the Centre of excellence, Lagos and to the heart of London, the 13-episode, 30-minute production of Biola Alabi Media is an expose on the richness of the African culture and usher business owners into the spotlight.

“Here at Biola Alabi Media, we are committed to showcasing the richness of Africa’s cultural heritage and communicating that narrative to the world,” said Biola Alabi, creator and executive producer of the show

“With ‘Bukas and Joints’, we have found the voice to tell the world about the awesomeness of our culture through our cuisines.”

Alabi explained that the new season will have a wider reach than the first.

“The second season of ‘Bukas and Joints’ is expanding its reach beyond the confines of our continent,” she said.

“There are a lot of untold stories behind the evolution of our cuisines over time, and we are looking to get a global perspective on the imprints our cuisines have made over different cultures.”

She also thanked partners and sponsors of the show for their resolve to help showcase the African culture through our unique foods. The sponsors of the show are, Coca Cola, Heritage Bank, UAC Grand Oil and Nestle Maggi.

Alabi oversaw the production of some of the most successful shows on the continent, such as Big Brother Africa, Face of Africa and the first ever Africa Magic Viewer’s Choice Awards (AMVCA), while serving as the managing director of MNET Africa.

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