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Charles Inojie Announces End of “The Johnsons” After 13 Years

Charles Inojie Announces End of "The Johnsons" After 13 Years

Renowned Nollywood actor Charles Inojie has shared the bittersweet news of the beloved Nigerian TV series, “The Johnsons,” coming to an end after 13 remarkable years.

In a heartfelt message posted on his Instagram page, Inojie expressed gratitude for the 13 years of magic, awesomeness, and being Africa’s most-watched television show. He thanked the production team, including Rogers Ofime and Nativemediatv, for the privilege of being a part of the iconic series.

The series, which revolved around the daily lives and challenges of an average Nigerian family in Lagos, captured the hearts of audiences across the continent. Inojie, known for his role as Mr. Lucky Johnson, the eccentric patriarch of the Johnson family, reflected on the journey of the show and the immense support received from fans.

Despite the show’s end, Inojie acknowledged that it marks the beginning of new endeavors for the team members. He fondly remembered Ada Ameh, who portrayed Mrs. Johnson and passed away nearly two years ago, noting her significant contribution to the series.

“The Johnsons” also boasted a talented cast, including Kunle Bamtefa and Chinedu Ikedieze, and received critical acclaim, earning a nomination for the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards for Best Original Comedy Series in 2023.

While bidding farewell to “The Johnsons,” Inojie expressed hope for future exploits and thanked fans for their unconditional love and support throughout the memorable journey.

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