Six national finalists have been chosen to represent Nigeria in season two of pan-African gameshow Maltavator Challenge, organised by drinks company Malta Guinness.
The show will see contestants from Nigeria, Ghana, Cameroun, Cote D’Ivoire and Ethiopia will compete in mentally and physically challenging obstacle courses for a chance to win $20,000 and other prizes.
The Nigerian audition finale took place on December 8 at the the Teslim Balogun stadium in Surulere, Lagos.
Following auditions in Ibadan, Enugu, Abuja, Benin and Lagos, 20 regional finalists were selected, after which the final six emerged to represent team Nigeria in Maltavator Challenge.
The six finalists are Melvin Enoch (from Lagos), Leo Obienyi (Abuja), Abdullahi Azabo Ibrahim (Abuja), Ogechukwu Eudora (Lagos), Michael Uhiene (Abuja) and Otobong Idoresit (Lagos).
Ifeoma Agu, senior brand manager of premium non-alcoholic drinks at Malta Guinness, said: “The journey to the grand finale of the Maltavator challenge auditions for season two has been exciting, energy-packed and very rewarding to contestants as well as to Malta Guinness.
“We set out to immerse our loyal consumers in an experience that brings to life how Malta Guinness fuels the greatness of Nigerians through a physically and mentally challenging obstacle course experience across five states – Ibadan, Benin, Enugu, Abuja and Lagos.
Maltavator Challenge season two will air next year on major TV stations across Nigeria and participating African countries.
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