Cast of new Linda Ikeji TV reality show ‘Girls Squad: Life After Uni’

The cast of Girls Squad: Life After Uni are all girls. Since launching months ago, Linda Ikeji TV has grounded itself in reality television and programming, and organically growing with that kind of content.

So Girls Squad: Life After Uni is the latest addition to the streaming service’s reality library. I have to say this quickly: the show has a colourful montage which introduces us to the alumnae of Babcock University and Covenant University: six young women navigating through the realities of their post-university lives.

This reality show about life after Uni is a must watch on Meet the squad @pamelaa_oma @kelliojor_ @ogeeu @oseeee_ @_jomss @kufre_helen Girls Squad: Life After Uni, which follows the life of 6 Babcock and Covenant University former students premieres on LITV this Friday. Watch the girls as they navigate through life after leaving the university and trying to find their way. If you haven’t signed up on yet, ensure you do so. More interesting shows coming up!! . Girls Squad was produced by @folasade.adu and executive producer is yours truly ?
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Pamela Omagbitse, Kelli Ojor, Ogechukwu Uzor, Ijeoma Duru, Kufre Helen, and Elfreda Ose make up Girls Squad. And sure, we can expect the show to touch on aspects like relationship and dating, work and finance. I sincerely hope all six women won’t be packed in a house to live together, just like shows centring the existence of millennial women (I’m looking at you, Mascara).
That said, Linda Ikeji TV isn’t bothered about the proliferation of shows on its platform: Girls Squad has a similar tone with Gidi Girls, same with Ajegunle With Love and Mushin and Okota. Not to mention its flagship show Oyinbo Wives of Lagos, which provided the rich DNA for the platform’s reality TV programming. If Girls Squad: Life After Uni is your thing, the show premieres this Friday on LiTV.
When Bernard Dayo isn’t writing about pop culture, he’s watching horror movies and reading comics and trying to pretend his addiction to Netflix isn’t a serious condition.



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