Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Gambia to Host UR Want TV’s African Talent Quest 2017

Obinna Ukaobasi, CEO UR Want TV America (L) and his Strategic Manager (image supplied)
The Gambia will host a sub-regional talents search contest dubbed 'African Talent Quest' which is being organised by UR Want TV America.

 “We are looking for the Best Musician, Best Model, Best Dancer, Best Actor, Best Comedian, Best Artist, and Best DJ,” Fatou M.F. Camara, Promotion and Adverts Manager, African Talent Quest, said.

“The big question is who becomes number one in the different categories of entertainment as lots of Sene-Gambians win big in the upcoming grand finale of the African Talent Quest.”

She said the star prize is worth a one year management contract and cash of D235, 000 (two hundred and thirty five thousand Dalasi) for each winner. She also said there are lots of other consolation prizes to be won.

The venue for the West African Regional Audition of the African Talent Quest is Paradise Suites Hotel in Kololi, The Gambia and is scheduled to take place on 5th November 2017 from 2p.m.

And the Grand Finale (blue carpet) will take place at the Independence Stadium in Bakau, The Gambia on 15th December 2017 from 6p.m.

The event organiser, UR Want Television America, is a subsidiary of Encyclotainment International.

UR Want TV America provides proven event management and promotion solutions with service that cover planning, hosting, and managing the entire event, it says on its website.

It works with a variety of customers and with the organisations like World Information Communication Technology, and Entertainment Summit.

Its events include World's Most Beautiful African, African Talent Quest, The Most Beautiful Girl in Africa, and the Google Music & Comedy Festival.

Written by Modou S. Joof

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