The Voice Nigeria Is Said To Reach The End Of Its Run

The Voice Nigeria Is Said To Reach The End Of Its Run
The Voice Nigeria Is Said To Reach The End Of Its Run

 

Iexclusive News Nigeria reports that the Voice Nigeria musical competition, a TV reality show, has reached the final round, with the top six contestants vying for votes from viewers and supporters to win the competition.

 

Out of the 25 contestants, Naomi Mac, Esther, Dapo, Kitah, Kpee, and Eazzie made it to the semi-final round, according to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).

 

Popular musicians Falz, Yemi Alade, Waje, and Dare are among the musical contest’s mentors.

 

Dapo and Naomi Mac from Team Falz, Kitay from Team Yemi-Alade, Esther and Kpee from Team Dare, and Eazzie from Waje Team have advanced to the next round thanks to fan votes.

 

The six contestants will compete among themselves to see who will advance to the following round, which will lead to the final.

 

The show’s host, Nancy Isime, stated that all six contestants needed votes from the audience in order to advance to the final stage.

 

The reality show’s 17th edition had two contestants: Nuel Ayo and Anu leave the stage, leaving six talented individuals to perform on the following show.

 

As the competition progresses, each talent will require more votes from their followers to advance to the next stage of competition.

 

The Voice Nigeria 3,” according to Mrs Folake Ani-Mumuney, Group Head, Marketing and Corporate Communications, First Bank Nigeria Ltd, the major sponsor, is a reality TV show meant to identify and promote great singers in the country.

 

It is to realize their ambitions of becoming international celebrities, according to her, which matches with First Bank’s objective to provide a platform for fostering and showcasing talents as well as driving social harmony.

 

The support, according to Ani-Mumuney, demonstrates FirstBank’s commitment to contributing to Nigeria’s music industry’s estimated revenue of $86 million by 2021.

 

According to her, the goal was to promote a more diverse economy in keeping with the federal government’s diversification agenda.

 

According to NAN, First Bank used its unique USSD 894 platform to allow the public to vote for their favorite team to win the star reward.