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Paul Adams’ Lifestyle hits airwave soon

In a bid to continue to sensitize the populace following the adverse effects of drug abuse in  society, using the screen , Paul Adams’ Lifestyle, an anti-drug campaign soap,  is bracing up to commence the third season with difference.

•Paul Adams...fights against drug abuse on screen.
•Paul Adams...fights against drug abuse on screen.

Adams, a veteran actor, and  former Cartoon Editor of Vanguard Newspapers says, the soap, currently running on LTV Channel 8, Lagos, will be returned on Super Screen where it ran during its first season, and TVC respectively.

Also, the star-studded soap, starring Bimbo Manuel, Ngozi Ezeonu, Lilian Bach, Cossy Orajiakor and many other Nollyood stars is the brainchild of Paul Adams and his wife.

Lifestyle, according to Adams, is a product of passion. He has a strong desire to enthrone a society devoid of drug addiction.

“My passion is to see, if possible, a drug free society or relatively low participation of our youths in the use and abuse of harmful drugs,”Adams said.

While emphasizing that the soap is part of his contribution towards sanitizing the society and making it a safe place to live in, Adams said he wanted to use the soap to highlight the activities of the Nigerian Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA.

Being a personal effort, the movie star stressed the need for government agencies to deem it necessary to support a project of this magnitude in order to actualize its mission.

“We are putting the project together to discourage youths and adults from using and trafficking in harmful drugs. I believe that we all owe it as a duty to contribute towards sanitizing our society and making it a safe place to live in.


Lifestyle is an anti-drug campaign. We have been at it for awhile. And we just ended the editing of Season 2. We want to start off Season 3 in earnest,” Adams, who has acted in several movies and soaps relayed to HVP.

HVP ran into Adams, while he was on location of the Famous Academy.


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