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Fame, fortune beckon for young talents, as GCGT Season 7 berths

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Darey Art Alade, Omawumi and Kaffe at the unveiling ceremo

God’s Children Great Talent (GCGT), Africa’s leading gospel children and youth talent competition has unveiled activities for its 7th season. The announcement made at a star studded media unveil event highlighted the call- for-entry flag off, indicating GCGT’s readiness to begin another journey of discovering new talents in Nigeria that will inspire many lives.

For the past six years, the project has dedicated resources to discovering exceptionally talented children and youths from age 5 to 20 years old. The family entertainment show has grown to become a highly anticipated competition as GCGT create opportunities for young Nigerians across the country to showcase their talent, with the hope of being able to make a remarkable impression on stage and before the judges with a chance to win great prizes.

This year, GCGT season 7 has taken the star prize to N10 million, with a brand new car and management deal worth N250 million for the winner.

Speaking at the unveiling, GCGT trustee and member of the organising team, Pastor Bimbo Ozomah said, “God’s Children Great Talent has continued to reign as the #1 gospel talent show since it kicked off in 2011. It has remained the only talent competition series that gives entertainers between ages 5 – 20 years old a chance to showcase their unique skills to a national audience through a syndicated broadcast of the family show. This year, GCGT Season 7 promises to be even more inspiring,” Ozomah enthused.

The event also witnessed the unveiling of Uti Nwachukwu and Ayo Thompson as hosts for the new season that will cover four main categories that include Music, Dance, Comedy and Spoken word. Interested participants in GCGT season 7 are to register online at www.gcgt.org and stand a chance to be selected during the regional auditions.



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