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The Minasdollz Show gathers momentum


It is no gainsaying that recently self-styled talk show, The Minasdollz Show by Christina Bartlet better known as Minasdollz is an enlightening, inspiring and highly motivational talk show; reason the show is rapidly gaining ground even in a very short time.

The show, which aired its maiden edition on April 6 on Ben TV, Sky Channel 238, is gradually becoming popular among notable personalities across the continent. Throughout the one-hour duration of the show, the viewers were held spellbound. It was exciting to watch bling-rocking artiste, Big Tizzy perform one of his tracks.

Empowerment coach and author, Venesia Williams, who was one of the guest on the show opened up on her past in her new book Turning Point. She said her book would inspire anyone who is entrapped by his or her past and wants to be set free.


“Turning Point gives key strategy on how to overcome the past and live a fulfilling life while also having a closer relationship with God,” she said.

Speaking on the show, popular British comedienne and budding actress, Oyinbo Princess, who is known for her mastery of the Pidgin English, also revealed her plans to start a cooking show in Pidgin English among other things she shared with the viewers.

The show airs first Friday of every month on Ben TV, Sky Channel 238 from 8-9pm with a repeat broadcast at a yet undisclosed time. The next episode which comes up on May 4, promises to be interesting as it already has in its line-up fantastic personalities poised to inspire the viewers with their stories.

Minasdollz debuted in the Nigerian entertainment scene 2017. Her movie, London Fever directed by Charles Uwagbai, premiered in London last year at the Odeon Imax Cinema, Greenwich and Go Glasgow Hotels.

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