Veteran Nollywood actor, Charles Okafor and his colleague, Kanayo O. Kanayo this week join forces in the TV drama series, Professor Johnbull, to flay the culture of sycophantic graft and its unsavoury consequence on the society.
The episode is titled "Find Me Something". Sponsor of the sitcom, Globacom, explained that the topic is germane in contemporary society owing to the widespread propensity of people to solicit tips for services rendered regardless of whether or not the victim has the financial clout to dispense such favours or not.
Said Globacom, "The 'happy weekend, sir' syndrome, especially among people who should ordinarily render services without expecting gratification, is becoming worrisome and needs to be addressed. Viewers of the TV Series will find the episode doing justice to the social ill as Professor Johnbull bares his mind on the issue this Tuesday".
According to the company, viewers would find the episode engaging as they unravel the fulcrum of " Find me Something". The episode will expose the brains behind the vice while it provides answers to posers like: How easily do Churchill and Flash fall for Samson’s mischief as he waves the ‘solicited tips’ wand on them? Will Professor Johnbull be able to bridle his gateman's liking for tips? Is 'Oga find me something' a societal vice or an individual habit? What provoked the erudite Professor Johnbull to the extent of abandoning his delicious nkwobi midway at Olaniyi's restaurant?
Nollywood actor, Charles Okafor, makes a cameo appearance in the episode and joins forces with Professor Johnbull to find solution to the 'Oga find me something’ syndrome.
Aside from the academic who stars in the episode, this week's series of the entertaining drama parades regulars of the sitcom including Abednego (Martins Nebo), Ufoma (Bimbo Akintola), Churchill (Jnr. Pope Odonwodo), Flash (Stephen Odimgbe), Olaniyi acted by Yomi Fash-Lanso, Samson (Ogus Baba), Jumoke (Bidemi Kosoko), Elizabeth (Queen Nwokoye) and Professor Johnbull (Kanayo O. Kanayo).
The drama airs from 8.30 p.m. to 9p.m. today on NTA Network, NTA International on DSTV Channel 251 and NTA on StarTimes as repeats are scheduled for Friday on same stations.