The Salma Show: All You Need To Know About the Stunning Salma Phillips!

Hey people! there's good news as television now has a new "Northern Sweetheart". It's the Salma Show which would now be live on your screens from Sunday, the 7th of February on Africa Magic Urban, DSTV Channel 153 at 7.30pm CAT/6.30pm Nigerian Time. The show is a weekly programme focused on stimulating and interesting topics on societal issues which will air every Sunday on the same channel.

Don't miss out, read all you need to know about Salma and watch the trailer below;


Salma Phillips

The show is hosted by new television sweetheart, Salma Phillips, the 30-minute northern infused talk show will feature celebrity interviews, round-table panel discussions and a useful tips segment. In expressing her excitement, Salma Phillips says, "Being a talk show host, is a dream come true for me. I've always wanted to have a platform where I can air my views on topics that i'm passionate about. This journey started 3 years ago when I shot my pilot episode, amid a lot of setbacks and discouragement, I was determined to give whatever it takes to succeed. It feels great to finally see it coming together"

With an aim to inform and educate viewers,...



‘The Salma Show’ will engage in absolute discussions on current affairs, politics, beauty, fashion, lifestyle, entertainment and more.

The show is definitely a MUST-SEE as the Fulani host is ready to raise the bar in the talk show industry among the northern community.

The Salma Show will air on Africa Magic Urban (DSTV Channel 153) every Sunday at 7.30pm CAT/6.30pm Nigerian Time.



Watch the trailer below:




About Salma Phillips




Salma Phillips is a writer, talk show host, presenter and TV producer from the North Eastern part of Nigeria. The adorable wife and mother was born to a Fulani Shuwa father and a Calabari mother.
Salma has always dreamt of being on Television since she was a child. After successfully running a facility management company for some years, she decided to pursue this dream by studying TV production at BBC Academy where she learnt everything about what it takes to be on Television. This led to the birth of ‘The Salma Show’
Her female TV icons include Oprah Winfrey, Christian Amanpour, Funmi Iyanda and growing up as a child, she was particularly inspired by British-Nigerian TV Presenter and Journalist, Femi Oke.


Follow The Salma Show
Facebook: The Salma Show
Twitter: @thesalmashow
Instagram: @thesalmashow

Follow Salma Phillips
Instagram: @ salma_phillips
Twitter: @salma_phillips

Credits
Make-Up: Dave Sucre
Styling: Joan Gbefwi (Jowys Fashion Consulting)
Photography: Tope Adenola for Horpload Works Photography

For media enquiries, contact funmi@bobbytaylorcompany.com


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  1. She's hatttt! noted

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  4. These Fulani women can be fine sha, okay

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  5. I have seen this post somewhere

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