Season One
Episode 1 The Return
Episode 2 Sexual Real Estate
Episode 3 An African Dump
Episode 4 A Customs Emergency
Episode 5 The Belly Button Test
Episode 6 He Facebooked Me
Episode 7 Condom Etiquette
Episode 8 An Ode To Saturdays
Episode 9 #TeamSade, #TeamNgozi
Episode 10 A Big Decision
Creator, Writer, Co-Director & Executive Producer
Nicole Amarteifio is among several other highly acclaimed entrepreneurs cited in The Financial Times 2015 "Top 25 Africans to Watch" list, after a successful launch of the hit web series 'An African City.' The show hit 1 million views within the first several weeks of its release and, therefore, is considered one of Ghana's most successful YouTube channels. Nicole is currently pursuing TV projects full time, after a successful career in international development where she worked on policies such as the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) at The Whitaker Group. She is most known for her time as the first ever social media strategist for the Africa Region at The World Bank. Nicole holds a Bachelor of Arts in African Studies from Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts, and received a Master of Professional Studies in Corporate Communications/Public Relations from Georgetown University in Washington, DC. She was born and currently resides in Accra, Ghana.
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
Millie Monyo is the Executive Producer of 'An African City.' As a New Yorker by birth with roots in Ghana, Millie's creative spirit drew her to Africa's first-ever web series; she believes in the cast and crew of 'An African City' and wants to see the show evolve from a web series into a full-blown TV show. She hopes this show will not only motivate African women throughout the continent and the Diaspora, but help to connect all women of all races, ethnicities and cultures from around the world.

Millie graduated from the University of Maryland in College Park with a bachelor’s degree in Advertising & Mass Media and an emphasis on Business Management. Founder of MiMo Designs, the journey for Millie started as an intern at a Lizzie Grubman Public Relations in New York City where she rose through the ranks to become Senior Publicist of Entertainment and Fashion.

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Esosa E

Ngozi, a Nigerian and the youngest of the five ladies, was raised in Maryland. After earning her graduate degree in international affairs, she was offered a job at a development agency in Accra. Much to the dismay of her friends, Ngozi is the religious one of the group.

Esosa E is an award winning Actress, Writer, “Directress” named a “Young African Visionary” by Obaseema Magazine and included in Applause Africa's list of “30 Most Intriguing Africans in NY." As an actress some recent projects include the television pilots "An African City," and "Brooklyn Shakara," along with roles in independent films such as "A Lover's Call," "Mother of George, " "Mysterious Prison," and Nollywood film "Unguarded." Her work as an actress has appeared on VOX Africa, BET, BET-J, and MTV and screened in numerous festivals and art circles worldwide including: Sundance Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Milano Festival, the MOMA, and the Whitney Biennial. As a filmmaker she has written and directed several short films to date including "50 Bucks in Argentina," which was an official selection in the 2011 Cannes Film Short Corner, MTV-U Film of the Week, and also won Best Short at the Nigerian Entertainment Film Festival. In 2012, her short film "March On" won Best Documentary in the Vote it Forward Film Festival. Her most recent film "#Vengeance Is Mine" is available to watch online on demand via Dobox.tv, and on mobile devices via the Afrinolly app. Currently she is fundraising for her first feature film, "One Night in Brooklyn." For more information visit: www.esosae.com

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Maame Adjei

Zainab, a Ghanaian born in Sierra Leone, grew up in Atlanta. Her entrepreneurial spirit brought her back to Ghana and she has a constant eye for business opportunities.

Maame Adjei is currently a budding Television producer, with productions that focus on Ghana’s tourism industry. She is also a member of the production team for the annual Miss Universe Ghana Pageant. With small roles in Speak as well as Coz ov Moni, Maame makes her major acting debut in ‘An African City.’ Maame has a B.A from Temple University and a masters from St. Josephs University both in Philadelphia, PA.

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MaameYaa Boafo

Nana Yaa, a Ghanaian, was raised in New York state, just outside New York City. She returned to Ghana after earning her first degree at Georgetown University and her graduate degree in journalism from Columbia University.

MaameYaa Boafo is a New York based actress. She received her MFA in Acting from Rutgers University and has since worked with The American Globe Theatre as Ophelia in Hamlet, George Street Playhouse's Company member and Project Y Theatre to name a few. Now crossing over to Film and TV, she has been in commercials airing in the States as well as Angola and just wrapped up a Sci-Fi film before shooting "An African City". MaameYaa will next be seen in a few of Akosua Adoma Owusu's films. To learn more about MaameYaa, visit: http://www.maameyaaboafo.com/

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Nana Mensah

Sade, a Ghanaian-Nigerian raised in Texas, works as a marketing manager for a prominent Nigerian Bank based in Accra. She is a graduate of Harvard Business School and spent most of her young professional life between New York and Boston.

Nana Mensah is a Ghanaian-American New York-based actress. She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and in her burgeoning career has played onstage with the likes of Meryl Streep, Alec Baldwin, Kevin Kline, LaChanze, Mandy Patinkin, Anthony Mackie and Jonathan Groff. TV/Film/Web: The Walker (starring Carrie Mulligan, Gabourey Sidibe, and Rightor Doyle), The Madam (pilot for cable TV written by comedienne Rachel Axelrod), Gracie (Academy Award-winner Davis Guggenheim, dir.). Selected Theater Credits Include: The Bacchae featuring Anthony Mackie and Jonathan Groff (NYSF/Joanne Akalaitis, dir.), Mother Courage and Her Children starring Meryl Streep and Kevin Kline (NYSF/George C. Wolfe, dir.), Inked Baby starring Tony Award winner LaChanze (Playwrights Horizons/Kate Whoriskey, dir.), The Tempest starring Mandy Patinkin (CSC/Brian Kulick, dir.), A Question of Impeachment featuring Alec Baldwin, Denis O'Hare and Annabella Sciorra (Culture Project). Training: The Actors Center, Public Theater Shakespeare Lab.

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Marie Humbert

Makena was born in Kenya, but spent most of her life in London. She is from a biracial family, with a Ghanaian mother and a British father. In England, she graduated from Oxford Law and went on to have a successful career at a corporate law firm. However, after a divorce, she decided to return to the continent jobless.

Multi-talented artist Marie Humbert cultivated a love for the arts at an early age. Recently, Marie played the role of Vivian in ADAM’S APPLES and was one of the lead actresses in the action packed thriller POTOMANTO by the award winning Ghanaian director, Shirley Frimpong-Manso. Marie began her acting career in theatre, captivating roles in SALLINGER by Bernard Marie Koltès, THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST by Oscar Wilde and in one of her utmost favorite, MACTBETH by William Shakespeare. Marie graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Drama at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia. She also earned a diploma of completion and 'Best Actress Award' for her portrayal of Rengin in BITTER SAUCE by Eric Bogosian performed at the famous and well respected 'Cours Florent', professional acting school in Paris, France. Marie is bilingual (French/English) and enjoys modern ballet.

Esosa E
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Ngozi, a Nigerian and the youngest of the five ladies, was raised in Maryland. After earning her graduate degree in international affairs, she was offered a job at a development agency in Accra. Much to the dismay of her friends, Ngozi is the religious one of the group.

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Esosa E is an award winning Actress, Writer, “Directress” named a “Young African Visionary” by Obaseema Magazine and included in Applause Africa's list of “30 Most Intriguing Africans in NY." As an actress some recent projects include the television pilots "An African City," and "Brooklyn Shakara," along with roles in independent films such as "A Lover's Call," "Mother of George, " "Mysterious Prison," and Nollywood film "Unguarded." Her work as an actress has appeared on VOX Africa, BET, BET-J, and MTV and screened in numerous festivals and art circles worldwide including: Sundance Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Milano Festival, the MOMA, and the Whitney Biennial. As a filmmaker she has written and directed several short films to date including "50 Bucks in Argentina," which was an official selection in the 2011 Cannes Film Short Corner, MTV-U Film of the Week, and also won Best Short at the Nigerian Entertainment Film Festival. In 2012, her short film "March On" won Best Documentary in the Vote it Forward Film Festival. Her most recent film "#Vengeance Is Mine" is available to watch online on demand via Dobox.tv, and on mobile devices via the Afrinolly app. Currently she is fundraising for her first feature film, "One Night in Brooklyn." For more information visit: www.esosae.com

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  • NICOLE AMARTEIFIO
  • CREATOR, WRITER, DIRECTOR & EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
  • nicole@anafricancity.tv
  • MILLIE MONYO
  • EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
  • millie@anafricancity.tv