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Kwesé iflix Releases Exciting New African Content

Kwesé iflix has revealed its exciting new localised content plans with large local content tent poles focusing on a bold selection of original programming.
2018 marks the introduction of original programming for Kwesé iflix, a tantalising offering of domestic scripted drama, fascinating docu-series, and pan-regional live coverage and alternative news. It’s a selection that will be viewed as a first by many encompasses many in African entertainment.

The announcement follows the premiere of Nganya, Kwesé iflix’s first original series in Kenya.

Users across Africa can now download and stream this high-energy, thirteen-part drama series exclusively on Kwesé iflix.

Nganya is produced by the leading Kenyan production house, Assignments Studios, and is a thrilling Swahili drama about the matatu business in Nairobi’s Eastlands. In a criminal underworld overflowing with shady characters, the doomed matatu team soon find themselves entangled in a web of deceit and corruption.

Customers can download the Kwesé iflix app from their Google Play or Apple App stores and receive four exciting episodes each week at no cost to them.
Kwesé iflix users with VIP passes have the option to watch all 13 episodes immediately.

After the launch of Nganya, Kwesé iflix announced the December release of it’s much-anticipated original Tanzanian Telenovela – Nyavu, an enchanting love story jam-packed with drama, traditions and deceit.

In Nigeria, Kwesé iflix will be rolling out an innovative docu-series which will be aired early next year.
Additionally, Kwesé iflix has greenlit a variety of projects which reinstate the company’s commitment to homegrown talent and localisation, with the aim of creating locally relevant, impactful content that has a natural appeal, while raising the bar on local free-to-air TV offerings.
It is this very commitment to innovation that recently led to Kwesé iflix taking home the award for Best Innovation in Digital Entertainment at AfricaCom 2018.

Kwesé iflix CEO, Mayur Patel said that the new original content offering highlights Kwesé iflix’s ambition to spark an entertainment revolution in the African markets that it serves. Patel declared that VOD service provider is thrilled to work with the cream of the crop in local industry players to offer the viewers some of the region’s most significant entertainment franchises.
He added that Kwesé iflix wants to grow and establish itself as the new home for the region’s most talented actors and producers.

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