Meet Madam Amebo: The Talkative Nature “Resurrects” In New Glo TVC
By Health²4Fitness | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 47 views
The grandmaster of Big Data Globacom, in one of his latest television commercials produced to promote "Glo Amebo", an offer that offers subscribers five times the value of their recharge, resurrected the talkative nature of a veteran actress. See her pictures below.
Chief Ibidun Allison, popularly called “Amebo” for her role in a classic TV soap opera, the principal of the village. The hugely popular show was the oldest Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) television drama of the time. It was transmitted without fail from 1968 to 1988.
In Glo Amebo TVC, the boss Allison played the role of a talkative bead seller. The commercial starts with the boss Allison (Amebo) who begins a phone call with her daughter recited by Yvonne Jegede in the morning and has been on duty all day until evening without realizing that the other shop owners have closed.
When one of the clients played by Ego Ogbaru complained of the constant chatter, the boss Allison (Amebo) replied “Na you be Glo wey dey dash me credit anyhow”
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