Kcee, I Go Save, others thrill guests at talent hunt finale

Kcee, I Go Save, others thrill guests at talent hunt finale

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Popular singer, Kcee, and comedians, I go Save, MC Pashun, joined other entertainers to thrill guests at the finale of the Chupez Talent Competition, which held last weekend at Terra Kulture, Victoria Island, Lagos.

A talented young musician, Terzungweh Freeman, aka Zege, emerged as the winner of the competition and he went home with the sum of N1.2m.

In addition to the already stated prize money given to the 10 finalists, N200,000 was given to each of the finalists by the Chief Executive Officer of New Age Mobile Concept, Kingsley Okpara; while Dr Emeka Anibara of Jumek Phones gave the sum of N300,000 to the third prize winner, Adamu Danladi, aka Gaza.

Thus, the first runner-up, Amarachi Amachukwu, aka Amastar, and the second runner-up took home N700,000 each. The other seven finalists got N400,000 each.

Recall that the competition allowed Nigerians from different parts of the country to showcase a variety of talents, ranging from singing to dancing and acting. The talent hunt recorded over 200 entries, from which the 10 finalists were selected.

Expressing fulfilment at how the event turned out, the CEO of the sponsoring company, Chupez Phone Accessories, Chukwudi Ezechukwu, said, “The Chupez Talent Hunt (Season One) has come and gone but the memory will always be with us. Hearty congratulations to the winners. It has been an amazing journey right from the Instagram Live shows on Sundays, down to entry collections, and the show itself.”

The event was produced by actor and broadcaster, Steve Onu, aka Yaw.

  

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