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Season 3 of The Voice Nigeria is Back and it’s Bigger

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The world’s number one international talent show, The Voice Nigeria is back with Season Three. This season of the show will be fully produced in Nigeria and it promises to be bigger, better and even more authentic than ever before. The one-of-a-kind singing competition will open for online auditions on the 20th of August 2020.

 

The show is expected to attract and help unleash the brightest of Nigerian musical talents for the global stage as the country’s music industry continues to enjoy international attention. This season of the show will be produced in partnership with British television giant from UK, ITV, and international record label, Universal Music UK and in conjunction with YouTube.

 

Expressing his delight over the show, the Managing Director, Un1ty Limited and Executive Producer, The Voice, Season Three, Mr. Akin Salami stated, “We are excited to kick off The Voice, Season Three, especially at a time like this when there is a growing appreciation for African music. This is an amazing opportunity to provide a learning platform for exceptional Nigerian talents and to show the world the quality of entertainment we are capable of showcasing. With the size of what we intend to bring to life, we have partnered with industry leaders Livespot360 to deliver a show like never seen before. We have exceptional sponsors that have provided invaluable support in bringing the show to life and we are confident that our coaching panel will infuse their expertise and energy to make this a spectacular experience for the talents and the viewing audience.”

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The show will take an interesting twist this year with many virtual engagements with fans, talents and the general public. Talents and fans will go home with over 100million naira in rewards. The winning talent of The Voice Season 3 will go home with money, a brand-new car and an international recording contract.

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The Voice Season 3 will be hosted by a multi-award-winning TV host and actress Nancy Isime and co-hosted by popular radio personality and Vlogger, Toke Makinwa. The coaches for this season will be announced in the coming days.

 

The Registration for The Voice is free, however, interested talents must have a First Bank account, record a one-minute video singing without a soundtrack, upload and fill the form on the website. The show is open to both female and male contestants who are Nigerians and have a government-issued means of Identification. Talents must be at least 18 years by November 1, 2020. Interested talents can visit The Voice Nigeria website for more information.

 

Registration for the audition is now open on the website from August 20 to September 19, 2020. For more information please visit www.thevoicenigeria.com and all social media platforms of The Voice Nigeria.

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About The Voice Nigeria

The Voice Nigeria Season 3 is a singing competition television series that employs a panel of four coaches who critique artists’ performances and guide their teams of selected artists through the remainder of the season. This season is sponsored by First Bank, Baba Ijebu and many more. The season will be showing on African Magic, AIT and Views/Wazobia TV.

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Website – www.thevoicenigeria.com

Youtube – @The Voice Nigeria

Facebook – @The Voice Nigeria

Instagram – @TheVoice_Nigeria

Twitter – @TheVoice_NGR

 

About UN1TY Limited

UN1TY is a broadcast-technology and production company. Over the years we have partner with various industry players to create content and TV channels.

Our mission is to create and distribute content effectively and affordably to Africa’s global mobile consumer.

 

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Media personality, Laila Johnson-Salami engaged to boyfriend Abasam

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TV personality, Laila Johnson-Salami has said ‘Yes’ to her boyfriend Abasam Onyia’s marriage proposal.

Laila who shared photos from their engagement in Maldives, wrote on Instagram;

Of course I’ll marry you @abasamonyia

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‘Name one moral lesson you have learnt from Big Brother?” Reno Omokri tackles Nigerians watching #BBNaija reality TV show

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Reno Omokri has taken to his Instagram page to once again tackle Nigerians who are addicted to the reality TV show, Big Brother Naija.

 

In a post shared social media, Reno challenged viewers of the show to enumerate the moral lessons they have learnt while watching the show.

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His post reads

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”You use your profile to campaign for your #BBNaija housemate. You even wear their branded T-Shirt and hold watch parties. Wrong focus. If you had put in this same effort towards selling a product, or promoting your business, you could have been a millionaire example of sell to excel by now!

Name one moral lesson you have learnt from Big Brother? Cite one example of how it has affected your personal development. ?Fuel and electric prices were raised, and the Naira was devalued, while you were distracted by BBNaija.

By the time BBN is over, and you are back to reality, you will realise that your sanity has been affected by the vanity you followed with clarity!?”

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Pastor Chris Oyakhilome predicts when rapture will happen, says it won’t exceed 10 years

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Founder of Loveworld Ministries a.k.a Christ Embassy, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome has`spoken rapture and when it will happen.

 

According to the Church leader, Rapture won’t exceed 10 years.

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Pastor Chris who said this during an online ministration, urged everyone to give their life to Christ as ”we are in the last hours.”

 

He said;

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If the Rapture doesn’t happen in 3 years, it might be 6 years. If it doesn’t happen by then, it cannot exceed 10 years…says Pastor Chris Oyakhilome

You have to give your heart to Jesus today because we are living in the LAST HOURS. Send us a DM and we will lead you to christ. It’s that simple

 

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Pastor Chris Oyakhilome predicts when rapture will happen, says it won

 

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