Nigerian reality TV show Teachers Naija has begun contestant registrations for its upcoming second season.
The show’s aim is to create “a paradigm shift” in the way teachers are perceived in the country, according to the producers, in the hope of making them first-class citizens, just like in more developed countries. It also aims to give teachers the right recognition and support they deserve.
Contestants will be screened and only 20 will be invited to compete for the grand prize and other consolation prizes. Teachers aged between 25 and 40 who are looking for a chance to become a millionaire and also an opportunity for international exposure can register here before April 10.
The show is organised by Abuja-based Anub Media in partnership with the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria, as well as commercial partners 9Mobile, Topaz, Jumbrox and Prixair.