Kwesé Iflix Joins Forces With Flytime Promotions To Provide African Content To Subscribers
Africa’s video-on-demand app, Kwesé iflix, has strengthened its commitment to delivering more local content to its subscribers with a new collaboration with the entertainment company, Flytime Promotions.
The partnership will enable Kwesé iflix to stream the last ever instalment of ‘Bovi Man on Fire’ to viewers across Africa.
The much-anticipated grand finale of the popular comedy show recently took place in Lagos after stopovers in London and Warri.
The Lagos event was called ‘The Final Showdown’ was a huge hit.
Fans who could not attend the live show at the Eko Convention Centre and missed the live stream need not worry too much because they will now be able to download it or register on the Kwesé iflix app to enjoy the show without paying a subscription fee.
Ngozi Madueke-Dozie, Kwesé iflix West Africa’s General Manager, declared that local content continues to be a key component of Kwesé iflix’s content strategy. He said that this is the reason why the mobile entertainment platform partnered with Flytime Promotions to offer this show to its audience.
Madueke-Dozie added that Kwesé iflix is very excited about this partnership and the viewer should only expect the best from the new collaboration.
Kwesé iflix is a mobile platform initiated by a joint venture between the mobile video-on-demand service, iflix and the pan-African media company, Kwesé.
Kwesé iflix is available in Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, Zambia, Mauritius and Zimbabwe with operations extending to Botswana, Rwanda, Malawi and Lesotho.
Credit: This article originated from www.nextvafrica.com