Saturday, September 2, 2017

Frank Edoho Dropped As Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Host

Barely two months after popular TV game show, Who wants to be a Millionaire, went off air, it is expected to begin airing again across major TV stations on Sunday. Following a partnership with Airopay, which is a global international payments operator, the show’s producer, Ultima Studios Limited, said the show has been revamped.

To this effect, the Managing Director of Ultima Studios, Femi Ayeni, said the show’s anchor, Frank Edoho, will likely be dropped.

“The presenter may not be returning as a host this time around but he remains a part of the team. We will also encourage him to partake in the auditions which will see us have a befitting replacement if need be.

“We will be getting a younger presenter but Frank remains a part of WWTBM. We will air highlights from captivating past editions of the show for about 5 weeks until we get a new anchor for the show,” said Mr. Ayeni.

8 comments:

  1. Finally. Gosh he has been the host for more than 10 years. But people don't really watch it anymore when DSTV AND GOTV were introduced. They need to rebrand

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  2. Are people still watching the show?

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  3. Frank Edoro has played a good part on wwtbm, all the best to him

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