GOtv on Wednesday 5 October, announced that it will celebrate its fifth anniversary in Nigeria with funfairs in five cities.
The events dubbed ‘GOtv Customer Fair’ will host thousands of subscribers and the first event slated for the 8th of October in Port Harcourt. The celebration will move to Enugu on the 15th of October, thereafter, it will hold on the 22nd of October in Ibadan and Abuja on the 29th of October. The GOtv Customer Fair will end in Lagos on the 5th of November, coinciding with the Lagos International Trade Fair.
At the events, GOtv subscribers will be treated to music, dance and comedy by an exciting line-up. GOtv brand ambassador, Daddy Showkey and Nigerian artist, Oritsefemi will be the lead act at the fairs. Naija FM’s DJ Kentalky will also get GOgetters dancing as he dishes-out hit Nigerian and international tunes.
GOtv brand ambassador, Mr Ibu supported by comedienne, Helen Paul as well as Nollywood actors Chinedu Ikediezie aka Aki and Osita Iheme aka Pawpaw will also be at the events to entertain guests. The Customer Fair will not just be about music and dance, as on-the-spot customer service will be provided through the roving GOtv Clinic and GOtv Sabi-men.
Managing Director of MultiChoice Nigeria, John Ugbe said that MultiChoice customers are at the centre of all the organisation does, that is why the company has put together a series activities to say thank you to all subscribers who have stayed with GOtv since its launch in 2011.
“We began the GOtv fifth anniversary with the launch of GOtv Lite in August. For only N400 monthly, GOtv Lite is giving more Nigerians the opportunity to be a part of the digital migration. GOtv has been digital since inception, so all subscribers to the GOtv Plus, Value and Lite packages will have nothing to worry about when the transition happens.
“To also commemorate GOtv at 5, we have rewarded close to 200,000 subscribers who stayed continuously connected from 18 July to 30 September with one month complimentary viewing this October”, he added.
GOtv was first launched in Nigeria in Ibadan on the 11th of October 2011 and since then, it has enabled hundreds of thousands of households in over 50 cities in 24 states and the FCT join the digital television revolution.