According to Stacy, RWS is all about dealing with issues affecting us in our daily lives, be it religion, hardship or relationship. Its aim is to bring laughter to people who are downhearted and to give viewers a reason to put the past behind them and live a fruitful life with no regrets.
Giving an insight into what RWS is about, Stacy said; “Restoration entails who God is and what he can do for us in times of troubles and hurdles of life. There are going to be tears of joy moments on the show as we will bring victims of the circumstances surrounding the issues to be discussed to come and share their experiences and tell their stories.
“Laughter will also be a vital part of it because, at the end of the day when all is said and done, there should be laughter on the faces of the weary and there will be hope for the hopeless too. Basically, RWS is just about restoring hope, joy and laughter into the lives of people and those of similar interest.”
Throwing light on the choice of title in an interview with Daily Graphic, she said: “We all need restoration. We go through issues we are not able to talk about due to our culture, fear and insecurity. It’s about time we discuss our bitter issues to help others know it’s not the end of the world. Restoration is divine.
The concept came about when I was sick and bedridden for a year. We all need someone to lean on. And in our times of pain and tears we always look ahead to get to the finish line.”
Technical production for RWS is by Emklan Media and content production was done by Stacy and supported by Bridget Torsu.
Restoration, which will have studio audience, will be shown every Saturday from 6 to 7pm on TV3.