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“Is the Male Child More Important than the Female Child?” WATCH Episode 7 of Comedy Series “Professor Johnbull” on BN TV

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This 7th episode, titled “Baby and Bomboi”, addresses yet another germane socio-cultural issue in the Nigerian society.

The episode chronicles the sundry discriminatory acts against the girl-child and the widespread predilection for boys in a patriarchal society like Nigeria.

How does Athan, acted by Stan Kamandi, receive the news of the birth of his fifth consecutive girl? How will the prescient, voluble and magisterial Professor Johnbull react to this societal bane? What will be the reactions of the regular members of the cast to the plight of the girl-child?

Does the sex of a child determine how far the child will go in life? Is a male child more important than the female child? Given the same affection and care, will the girl-child thrive like her male counterpart?

Watch here:

6 Comments

  1. Prince

    September 9, 2016 at 3:44 pm

    Happy Long Weekend.

    • Omoté

      September 9, 2016 at 4:51 pm

      Hehehe! Abi oh! Happy long wknd 2u too!

  2. somto

    September 9, 2016 at 4:46 pm

    Unfortunately in igboland the importance is very alive and breathing. My father once told my mother that she filled his house with a bunch of useless female children. He stepped out on her, had 3 boys outside, one was an armed robber, another is roaming the streets mad and the only “normal” one is a 40+ yr old lazy unemployed man. The useless females as he reffered to us are all successful in their lives.
    God always has the last say to his Glory and Honor. The man was full of regrets before he died but his pride went before his fall as he never ever appogised to us his family. The mess he left behind after his death smh hmmm will make a blockbuster nollywood story. Sorry BN readers.

  3. Mahka

    September 9, 2016 at 5:00 pm

    I miss Sam loco Efe; he would have been a funnier Prof Johnbull. Happy long weekend BNers

  4. Marian

    September 10, 2016 at 12:18 am

    Nope! unfortunatrly i still see a lot of Africans in 2016 trying for more kids after child number 5 hoping the next one will be a boy. If you can afford it i don’t mind but most of the ones i see can’t and the poor kids are the ones suffering.

  5. Ochokwu

    September 11, 2016 at 7:43 pm

    I love this series. The intro song by flavour is so suwiiiit

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