November 01, (THEWILL) – The month of October is a special one for co-hosts of Goge Africa, Metche Isaac Moses and his wife, Nneka. The couple debuted their tourism show on major television stations across the state and also got married in the same month. The delectable couple celebrated the 22nd anniversary of their show about three weeks ago while they marked their 24th wedding anniversary on October 25, 2021. Celebrating their milestone with a lovely photoshoot, they reiterated their years of resilience and sacrifice while also documenting the beautiful culture and heritage of Africa.
To draw the curtain on their double-edged celebration, the couple hosted friends and family to a two-day party at Fantasia Hall, Eko Hotel and Suites between October 23 and 24. The fun-filled event had many dignitaries in attendance, including traditional rulers who took time off their daily schedules to honour the couple.
One of the highlights of the event was pep talks by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Tourism, Princess Adenike Adedoyin-Ajayi, who spoke on relationships and Dr Tolu Oko-Igaire who spoke on sex therapy. There was another session where the delectable co-hosts bared it all. They spoke about their love story and the lovely memories they both shared in their 24 years marital journey. They also opened up on issues that bothered them since they began their marital journey. One of such issues raised by Nneka is the fact that her husband used his rickety Mercedes-Benz to take her home after their wedding. The event came to an end after the cutting of the anniversary cake and a photo session by those in attendance.
Goge Africa was first broadcast in October 1999 across four Nigerian TV stations, featuring different cultures and festivals in Africa. The show has been viewed by more than 50 million people across the globe and the team has visited over 32 countries in Africa.
The TV show was created to showcase the richness of African culture, dance, food, clothes and tourism. Isaac and Nneka got married on October 25, 1997, after meeting on the set of a movie where they both played romantic roles. They waited for 13 years before giving birth to their son, Chikamara Isaac Moses.