Nigerian production and broadcasting company Linda Ikeji TV (LITV) has partnered with First Bank of Nigeria to produce and broadcast a second season of documentary series First Class Material.
The series highlights the accomplishments of Nigerians in different sectors of the economy, from the arts to the sciences, and also aims to serve as a beacon of inspiration to young people on career pathways.
Linda Ikeji, CEO of Linda Ikeji Media Group, took to Instagram to say: “The onus is on us to tell our own story and redefine the narrative. This partnership with First Bank creates an excellent platform to showcase Nigeria to the world, as the extraordinary people that we truly are.”
Speaking on LITV, Folake Ani-Mumuney, global head of marketing and corporate communications at First Bank of Nigeria, said: “Spotlighting First Class Material is in line with First Bank’s commitment to enable and empower Nigerians to contribute to societal development and create positive impact.
“Like the first season, which showcased exceptional individuals, the forthcoming season promises to share truly inspiring stories of great feats and accomplishments by some of the most unassuming of Nigerians, in the country and dotted around the world. Our goal is to inspire our youth and encourage them make informed choices, critical to securing their future whilst impacting mankind and society at large.”
The second season of First Class Material will debut on LITV and on all First Bank digital and social media platforms from July 1.