The wait is over, and the much-anticipated lifestyle show, 6th Sense, returns Sunday, January 8, 2023, with exciting discussions.
The all-ladies affair show seeks the perspectives of women on varied issues ranging from sex, marriage, politics, fashion, entertainment, and a host of other topical and trending issues that evoke one’s clairvoyance, the sixth sense.
Season 2 of The 6th Sense will be co-hosted by three very intelligent and beautiful ladies. Joy Prime’s Roselyn Felli, JoyNews’ Araba Koomson, and media personality Naadu Ollennu make up the panel.
There would also be a guest host on the show every week; and for the first episode, the fascinating hostess of Adom TV’s Odo Ahomaso Show, Akumaa Mama Zimbi, will make an appearance on the show.
They will look at the issues relating to hook-up boys and girls, prostitution, and the craving for O-shot by ladies. The panel will also spend time looking at the impact of the biting economy on families.
The 6th Sense is proudly sponsored by Onga.
Catch the show on Joy Prime on all digital television sets. It is also available on DSTV channel 281, GOTV channel 180, HD+ 102, and Multitv Digibox.
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