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The Challenge Season Three Auditions set for August 13

The organizers of the Challenge reality TV show have rescheduled the auditions for Season 3 to Saturday August 13. The auditions will take place at the premises of IPMC (Ring Road branch).  According to organizers, the change in the date for auditions was necessitated to allow for a smooth run of the very relevant aspect […]

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The organizers of the Challenge reality TV show have rescheduled the auditions for Season 3 to Saturday August 13. The auditions will take place at the premises of IPMC (Ring Road branch).  According to organizers, the change in the date for auditions was necessitated to allow for a smooth run of the very relevant aspect of the competition.

The auditions will commence at 8am and will see the hundreds of applicants undergo a combination of aptitude and psychographic tests, demonstrations of academic excellence, leadership competencies, as well as character and creativity.

The Challenge is an Education UK Reality show with the maiden edition outdooring Jojo Chartei Quansah, who is currently the Voice Entertainment Manager of the Value Added Services division of the Marketing Unit of the giant telecommunications company, TIGO.

Aside Jojo the ultimate winner for season one, Nana-Afia Twum Berimah and Seth Miah  formed the top three candidates of the competition also won for themselves post graduate scholarships which saw them studying at prestigious Universities in the UK.

Better equipped for the job market, they return to Ghana after their graduation and are now occupying enviable positions within Corporate Ghana with flying careers.

The Challenge Season Two produced a set of another amazingly brilliant Ghanaian university graduates with a strong desire to achieve success in whatever they do. Joseph Opoku who currently works with Ericsson (Ghana) as a Senior Services Engineer emerged the ultimate winner.

Season Three of The Challenge promises a rather keen competition with the hundreds of University graduates who have already applied gearing up for the competition. Naana Ama Smith is one of such hopefuls who posted her comment the social media platform, Facebook. Asked about her expectations, Ama had the following to say.

‘Just like several others, I have been waiting for season three of The Challenge to commence. I am sure to make it into the 25 semi-finalists then 12 finalists to participate in the series on television. I am confident of emerging a top candidate to enable me further my studies in UK’.

Season three has at stake full board postgraduate scholarships worth £70,000 with the two top winners guaranteed a postgraduate admission at the Robert Gordon University and University of Westminster accompanied by a fully paid accommodation in an international students’ hostel and a monthly living allowance.

Application to participate in The Challenge is open for all second class upper or first class degree holders. Text your name to the short code 1750 for a pin which is to be used to complete the application forms at www.thechallengeghana.com.

After completion of the forms, the generic code provided on the website should be sent to the short code 1750 to confirm registration.

The Challenge season three is brought to you by TIGO and The British Council in association with the Robert Gordon University, University of Westminster, SIC Insurance Company and supported 3E Quantum, Gsocialize.com, IPMC and GTV. The Challenge is powered by GH One Entertainment TV.

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Angélique Kidjo to storm Ghana for GUBA awards

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Multiple Grammy award winner, Angélique Kpasseloko Hinto Hounsinou Kandjo Manta Zogbin Kidjo, is expected to perform at this year’s Grow, Unite and Build Africa (GUBA) Awards.

The awards are slated for November 7 and 8, 2021, and would mark a centenary of the passage and resilience of Nana Yaa Asantewaa, the influential warrior and Queen mother of Ejisu, who rose to lead an Asante army against the British.

Speaking at a media briefing on Monday at Kempinski hotel in Accra, Chief Executive Officer, (CEO) of GUBA, Ms Dentaa Amoateng said, the celebrated African musician who hails from Benin would be honoured on the day.

She noted that the ceremony would be attended by prominent people of various background including former President of Liberia, Mrs. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf,the seventh Director–General of the World Trade Organisation, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, market women among many others.

Dentaa Amonteng further noted that Nana Yaa Asantewaa’s ravery,immensely contributed to the country’s independence story, because it shaped the psyche of the nation, that they could stand up for the country regardless of the apposition.

She said for this reason, there was the need to throw more spotlight on her and celebrate the amazing performance of women and empower young ladies to strive to the top.

According to her the two-day event, would first be a durbar at Manhyia palace in Kumasi on November 7, and followed by the rest of Awards the next day at the Grand Arena, Accra International Conference Centre.

Prince Anthony Bart, a member of the team said it would help instill the spirit of patriotism in the youth, “we need to learn about history of leaders who have contributed to our struggle.”

The Year 2021 marks exactly 100 years of the death of Yaa Asantewaa, the last African woman to lead a major war against colonial powers in 1900, where she played the role of the Commander-in-Chief of the powerful Asante Empire.

These events will observe an important moment in African history, one that is unique to the relations between the Republic of Ghana and the Republic of Seychelles and is expected to host several high-profile personalities from the diaspora.

While celebrating Yaa Asantewaa, the awards will also recognize the contribution of Black women in the diaspora and Africa. The 2021 GUBA Awards will also raise awareness on maternal mortality and call for measures to ensure safe child delivery across the continent. GUBA Enterprise believes that every child, born and unborn, has a great potential and must be given the opportunity to fulfill this potential

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