Trail blazing couple, ‘The Tekes’ sets standards high

The  Nigerian slang ‘couple goals’ is one that describes a couple that have continued to blaze the trail in the business of broadcasting.

Award-winning radio broadcasters, Andrea Odu-Obi Teke, who is nicknamed the Humming Bird for her the beautiful voice and charming laugh and  her husband,Collins Teke, also known as “the microphone heavyweight” is one of Africa’s finest voice-over artistes, whose voice is heard on multiple multimedia platforms across the nation and some cable channels airing across Africa have against all odds, made history by being the first real time couple to host a radio show together, warming  their way through the hearts of radio show lovers through the creation of  their show “Whaat’s up Lagos” on Nigeria info FM Lagos.

The couple who are both seasoned  broadcasters with years of experience in the field of broadcasting have redefined the occupation with the launching of their family-oriented programme “Family Talk with The Tekes”9months ago, which was more of a new dawn, a new era, the birthing of new realities and conception of new dreams, not just in the radio industry but much more in the lives of the audience, drawing from their first-hand real experience as a married couple and harnessing a pool of opinions from their listeners, are making remarkable progress in changing the narrative, redefining and refining some age-long stereotypes in African homes (Nigeria in particular).

Notable for their unique way of being able to understand their audience, interpret the events of the moment with the lessons of the days gone-by, thereby providing listeners with a fresh and solid platform for more profitable and fulfilling tomorrow, experts posit that through their relatable choice of issues/topics and style of presentation, they have redefined broadcasting and that is what distinguishes them from others in their line of specialisation.

Through this feat, the couple seems unstoppable as they are building a unique brand for themselves as well as touching lives and letting the world know that they are here to stay and take on issues, one topic at a time.


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