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Mercy Johnson Betrays Kanayo O Kanayo In Episode 2 Of Glo’s Professor Johnbull



​The second episode of Professor Johnbull, the high-impact Globacom television sitcom, entitled Eliza My Daughter , last Tuesday night treated viewers to a thought-provoking, yet hilarious entertainment. It ran on NTA Network, NTA International and Startimes by 8:30pm and showed how Mercy Johnson betrayed Kanayo O. Kanayo..

Eliza My Daughter opened with Professor Johnbull, the lead character played by the irrepressible Kanayo O Kanayo, tending his garden while a sonorous highlife song by Flavour, flowed from a nearby radio.

As the Professor sighted his engineer son, Churchill (Junior Pope), he confronted him and sought to know who repaired his transistor radio and made it possible for him to enjoy the radio set once again. Churchill’s response that he was responsible for fixing the set, revived the recurrent

talk on which Profession Churchill should pursue. “I am highly impressed with your genius in fixing gadgets”, Professor Johnbull announced again as he tried to persuade his son to become a technician instead of becoming a musician. The erudite professor described music as “arrant balderdash”.

Nevertheless, Churchill politely maintained his stance in the argument .

While the dialogue proceeded, Elizabeth (played by Queen Nwokoye) rushed out of the main house, apparently ill, before help could reach her, she threw up. Professor Johnbull assumed that his undergraduate daughter was vomiting because she was pregnant.

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Leading to antagonism from her father who chased her into the house with her sibling and maid, “Caro”.

After carrying out what he termed “optical examination and initial parental diagnosis” of checking the body temperature and eyes of Eliza for signs of pregnancy, Professor Johnbull secretly bought pregnancy test strips from a local pharmaceutical shop, and enlisted the help of Caro as well as a medical doctor, to confirm his suspicion .

Interestingly, in her characteristic illiterate manner, Caro gave the pregnancy testing strip to her lover boy, Olaniyi, the nkwobi seller, acted by Yomi Fash-Lanso, who turned the issue to a communal discussion involving Mai Doya and Samson, the “adjudicator” acted by the comedian, Ogus Baba to make Professor Johnbull a laughing stock. However, at the end of the day, the pregnancy test produced a negative result.

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