Lagos – The wait is finally over as Africa’s biggest talent show, Nigeria’s Got Talent (NGT) is back for another spectacular season.
NGT’s franchise owner, Optima Media Group and lead sponsor, Airtel Nigeria made the announcement today in
They were supported by Malta Guinness, a co-sponsor.
(L-R) General Manager, Brand Asset, Airtel Nigeria, Obinna Aniche; Nigeria’s Got Talent Judges, Dan Foster, Kate Henshaw and Yibo Koko at the Nigeria’s Got Talent Season 2 Press conference held in Lagos on Thursday.
The show, which is sponsored by Airtel Nigeria, will hold from October 2013 till March 2014. The audition train will begin in Abuja from October 9, followed by Calabar on October 12. The dates for Port Harcourt, Enugu, Asaba, Benin and Ibadan are October 15, 17, 19, 21 and 23 respectively. Lagos auditions will hold October 26 and 27, 2013.
The world famous talent show which will be hosted this year by the enigmatic Andre Blaze, garnered rave reviews with its debut and is geared for an even more impressive outing this year with the organisers promising a plethora of surprises and the usual fun-filled excitement for its loyal viewers.
Speaking about his company’s involvement with the reality show, Airtel’s Director of Corporate Communications and CSR, Emeka Oparah said the company’s sponsorship of the franchise is in sync with its vision of providing credible platforms that can help people achieve their dreams.
His words: “Airtel is extremely delighted to remain the lead sponsor of the Nigeria’s Got Talent show now in Season Two. Airtel’s association with this unique platform is hinged on our passion for celebrating and rewarding young, talented Nigerians. The Airtel brand is not just red, bold and jazzy but youthful, exciting, unique and a lot of fun.
“As a telecommunications company, there are no limits to ensuring that we provide Nigerians with impactful services and veritable platforms for empowerment and wealth creation as well as entertainment
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