14 December 2012

Africa: Cine Afrik to Premiere 'Somewhere in Africa'

On December 15th and 22nd, Cine Afrik on MultiTV will premiere the movie "Somewhere In Africa" on Cine Afrik Premieres, the channel's movie chat room show, live at 7:00pm.

The movie, which stars Majid Michel, David Dontoh, Kofi Adjorlolo, Martha Ankomah, Eddie Nartey, Roselyn Ngissah and several other top actors, is set in the town of Kimbala which witnessed the rise of Yusuf Mombasa's regime. The ruthless leader overthrows the present government in a coup that took the lives of prominent persons in society, leaving civilians in a state of fear and desperation. And no one can dare to stop Mombasa.

MultiTV's premium African entertainment channel, Cine Afrik, is giving movie lovers a firsthand opportunity to watch this intriguing and suspense-filled movie for the first time ever on TV in Ghana.

Take the front row seat and join the Cine Afrik Premiere chat room on December 15th, 2012 and December 22nd, 2012 at 7:00pm and be part of the excitement as some casts and crew of the movie share their experience with viewers. You can join the show via phone and text messages and on Facebook at facebook.com/cineafrik

As always, viewers who do not have a MultiTV digibox can always be part of the entertainment experience by looking for any MultiTV setup at public places to watch the movies FREE OF CHARGE this and every Saturday at 7:00pm. MultiTV...Just Thrills.

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