Airing on VoxAfrica UK’s sky 193 channel, the MAP travel show hosted by Lyande Kaikai and popular comedian Eddie Kadi will showcase African countries as holiday destinations, highlighting places to visit and things to do whilst in the individual African countries.
Accompanied by a local tour guide during some parts of each show, Eddie and Lyande will give the audience an insight into the culture, food, art, music, nightlife and traditions of various African countries.
FIRST EPISODE: MY AFRICAN PASSPORT [LIBERIA]
In the first episode, Eddie and Lyande travel around Monrovia, where they enjoy the nightlife, learn how to surf, and cook some delicious Liberian meals.
When asked why she chose to showcase Liberia as the first country to be visited in the series, founder and co-host Lyande Kaikai said:
“Liberia prides itself on being known for firsts. It was the first country to welcome freed African-American slaves. It was the first African country to elect a female president. It is the first country to elect a former professional footballer as a president. With so many interesting firsts, it just made sense to make it the first country to feature on the MAP TV show.”
Duration: 24 Mins
Where to watch: VoxAfrica UK – SKY channel 193
OR Watch live online via www.voxafrica.com/hom [Watch Live Feed]
FIRST BROADCAST: Thursday, 28TH March 2019 at 8:30PM
Eddie Kadi: Highly popular in the UK African community, Eddie is a comedian, host and founder of Gift and Purpose production company. He has served as an ambassador for various African products and services..
Lyande Kaikai: The founder of My African Passport, a travel and tourism company promoting African countries as the go-to destination for tourists.
Home to The Voice Afrique, Voxafrica is UK’s first PanAfrican Bilingual TV channel, airing worldwide, available on 18 platforms, including: SKY193, StarTimes171, Free475, Bbox701, SFR862, Numericable288, Zuku824, Canal+43, Orange589, UPC654, TVSAT23, Darty650, SFR862
Follow the crew on their journey across Africa on Instagram @myafricanpassport @eddiekadi @fairroanansi @voxafrica