Episodes of MTV Shuga Naija Season 5 will be available on MTV Base Channel 322 and BET Africa Channel 129.
●21st May 2023
The fifth season of MTV Shuga Naija has finally kicked off! The series was originally slated to premiere on May 7th but was eventually postponed to Sunday May 21st, 2023.
A drama series portraying the lives of young Africans in various social and moral predicaments, MTV Shuga was introduced in Nairobi, Kenya in 2009 and has been in circulation ever since. The show’s reach has extended to Nigeria, South Africa, Côte d’Ivoire, and India since its inception, with its plotlines frequently covering topics such as sexual health and gender-based violence.
Season 5 features a fascinating cast of both established screen personalities and up-and-coming talents in the industry which all include names like John Njamah, Adesua Etomi-Wellington, Tomiwa Tegbe, Gbubemi Ejeye, Genoveva Umeh, Maggie Osuome, Okeh Uzoeshi, Sharon Jatto, Bolaji Ogunmola, Ilooise Omohimin, Lexan Peters, Susan Pwajok, as well as Kanaga Jnr., a star from the Big Brother Titans franchise.
Episodes of Season 5 will be available on MTV Base Channel 322 and BET Africa Channel 129.
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