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CNN African Voices: Nicole Amarteifio on Creating Africa’s ‘Sex and the City’ Hit Web Series Titled an ‘An African City’

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CNN African Voices: Nicole Amarteifio on Creating Africa’s ‘Sex and the City’ Hit Web Series Titled an ‘An African City’

An African City NicoleGhanaian filmmaker Nicole Amarteiflo shares with CNN African Voices her journey to creating one of the most successful African web hit series titled ‘An African City.’ It’s a series that has been called Africa’s ‘Sex and the City.’

Watch all eight episodes from season one below.

Episode 1 – The Return

Episode 2 – Sexual Real Estate

Episode 3 – An African Dump

Episode 4 – Customs Emergency

EPISODE 6: HE FACEBOOKED ME

A special thank you to Rhian Benson (https://www.rhianbenson.com) and Wanlov Kubolor (https://www.facebook.com/kubolor)!

In ‘He Facebooked Me,’ the five ladies experience the pros and cons of social media in their love lives, with Nana Yaa having to make an “official” decision.

Special Thanks: Coconut Grove Hotel, DAAR Living, The Republic, Kayobi Clothing, Esosa E Clothing, Osei Duro, Unknown Collections.

EPISODE 7: CONDOM ETIQUETTE
In ‘Condom Etiquette,’ the five ladies discuss condoms – the good, the bad and the very, very ugly. (And we mean ugly.)

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Special Thanks: The African Regent Hotel, Wonda World Estates, Aya Morison, Ameyo, AfroModTrends, Eleanor’s Closet, Unknown Collections.

EPISODE 8: AN ODE TO SATURDAYS
In ‘An Ode to Saturdays,’ the five women live out their weekly Saturday routines on screen, with Makena in an interracial relationship with Matthew. Of course, nothing is ever as simple as it seems.

Special Thanks: Coconut Grove Hotel, Frankie’s, Deli France, Pippa’s Gym, Bella Roma Restaurant, Christie Brown, Chemphe Bea, Ameyo and Royal Jelly Harlem.

Closing song by A.I of 2Ligit Records.

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