By: Nosa Oyegun | Fri 13 Mar 2015, 16:58
Spend International Women's Month with EbonyLife TV and their sizzling programming.Eryca Freemantle is a survivor. She has survived a car accident that led to permanent hair loss, two jaw replacements, two hip replacements, an open back surgery and two cancer scares to name a few. And this month Eryca Freemantle, who is also a guest co-host on EbonyLife TV’s Moments with Mo, opens up about being molested at just four years old and the negative impact on her life.
Eryca also speaks about the freedom she discovered once she shared the weight of her experience. Tune in the Moments with Mo weeknights at 20:00 CAT.
Moments with Mo tackles everyday issues from a women’s point of view. A few times a month on #GirlsTalk the co-hosts invite celebs to have a casual conversation about these issues. This month Dolapo, Bolanle, Eryca and various guests discuss premarital cohabitation, open relationships, healthy living and S.E.X. to name a few. Tune in weekdays at 20:00 CAT for your weekly dose of #GirlsTalk.
Television presenter Arit Okpo hosts a news program unlike any other, she highlights the positive side of Africa. She scours the continent for uplifting and informative stories that will have you feeling proud to be African. Tune in to EL Reports daily at 19:00 CAT.
Lamide Akintobi of The Spot and Bolanle Olukanni of Moments with Mo spend some fun filled days in London with football superstar Mikel Obi in a mini-series entitled With Mikel. The presenters dine out, kick back and even throw down in the kitchen all while having good conversation. Catch the girls and Mikel every Saturday at 21:30 CAT.
Lamide took a trip to Rwanda to immerse herself in the culture and traditions of a resilient group of people. The trip coincided with the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide and highlights the buoyant spirits of Rwandans.
Pastor Nike Adeyemi hosts a TV show called Real Woman and is the founder of the Real Women Foundation. Her weekly broadcast touches the lives of women through the word of God. Marrying a pastor didn’t stop Mrs Adeyemi from following her own calling to minister in women’s lives. Tune in for her show, Sundays at 8:30 CAT on EbonyLife TV