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Rapper & Former MBGN Munachi Abii Debuts in Blockbuster Series #Indigo | Premieres on Monday 25th May!

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If you call her the most beautiful rapper, you won’t be wrong. Her name is Munachi Abii – Hiphop artiste, supermodel, and former Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria.

She is making her acting debut in #Indigo, the blockbuster series produced by Folarin Olakunle and directed by Imoh Umoren, the AMCVA-winning director of bestselling movies like All Sorts Of Trouble, Have A Nice Day, Deadline, etc.

#Indigo also stars Wana UdobangInspiration FM OAP and host of the hugely successful ‘Touching Lives’; Geoffrey Orji – winner of the just concluded Project Fame, Baaj Adebule and Shawn Faqua – A-list Nollywood stars, and a myriad of other exciting talents.

The series premieres today, Monday, 25th May 2015, ONLY on AccelerateTV.

Watch the preview and repeat this sentence: I must watch #Indigo on Monday!


Episode 1:

What would you do if you found your ex in your apartment, and he refuses to leave? What would you do if you got to your house and found your boo’s ex there? Would you fight him? Would you believe she is cheating? Would you break up with her? Find out in the first episode of #Indigo, the blockbuster series starring Munachi Abii, Wana Wana, Geoffrey Orji, Baaj Adebule, Shawn Faqua, and others.

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9 Comments

  1. Udegbunam Chukwudi

    May 25, 2015 at 9:14 am

    Just like that Bella Naija has joined the ranks of peeps that use the word Supermodel loosely. SMH. I ain’t saying Munachi isn’t fine sha.

    The trailer looks nice sha

  2. A Real Nigerian

    May 25, 2015 at 9:18 am

    Urgh! Yet another laughable series with a senseless storyline and filled with bottom-of-the-barrel actors who have no talent or dedication.
    Our entertainment industry has become a joke – a stale, tasteless joke.
    The clueless directors don’t have the capacity to create something new and exciting, they just recycle the same old oversused and desperately poor storylines over and over and over again, isn’t that insanity? Even their so-called “new” ideas are so wretch-inducing and make you wonder if they possess any brain cells at all.
    So beta, so cringeworthy.

    • Tomilola

      May 25, 2015 at 12:38 pm

      Dear a real Nigerian, you were making sense until you got here “The clueless directors don’t have the capacity to create something new and exciting, they just recycle the same old oversused and desperately poor storylines over and over and over again, isn’t that insanity?” No honey, that isn’t insanity. Insanity is when your country is messed up, with chaos everywhere, insanity is when we produce oil in raw form yet we suffer for it as a nation, insanity is when the country has No power supply,insanity is when the president keeps mute while we go through hardship. Insanity isn’t when old story lines are recycled. Cos that’ll mean Hollywood is insane too. U don’t agree? Tell me what Hollywood movie you’ve never seen or heard a storyline like it before. Avengers? Twelve years a slave? Fast and Furious (which had the most unbelievable and retarded stunts ever!) But again, you’re a real Nigerian, so you’re probably frustrated. Which you should be. We all are.

    • segunsd

      May 25, 2015 at 2:48 pm

      Spot on! 50 litres of free fuel for this comment.

    • God's Gold

      May 25, 2015 at 4:16 pm

      This is what I wanted to say. Thank you so much. We have so many untold stories in Africa.

    • A Real Nigerian

      May 25, 2015 at 5:40 pm

      Haha!
      When was the last time you saw an original storyline from a Nollywood movie? 20 years ago? At least the likes of Inception, Birdman: The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance and Interstellar have managed to create something slightly new.

  3. Manny

    May 25, 2015 at 2:27 pm

    Dude saying to the dog “you like what you see” is just gross

  4. lilly

    May 25, 2015 at 3:39 pm

    Bellanaija praising mediocrity at any given chance

  5. jstme

    May 26, 2015 at 12:26 pm

    she’s just over hyped jooor!!…[email protected] soap…
    same story line we encounter i our daily lives..so whats new??

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