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Behold the GUS6 warriors

The journey for these ten lucky youths in their quest for fame and fortune would then begin as the proceed to Omodo Forest in Aagba, Osun State, the following week to begin their search for the horn of valour.

The search begins July 18th to last till August 7th and the man or woman who finds the treasure would exchange it on August 7th for N7million, an SUV worth about N10million and another N500, 000 wardrobe allowance.

All the other contestants also have a chance to win prizes with the least or tenth placed contestant expected to go home with N450, 000.

Top right are Chuks,Adaeze, Chisom,Deborah, Elvis and below are Okoh, Uche,Vivien,Melvin and Wale
Top right are Chuks,Adaeze, Chisom,Deborah, Elvis and below are Okoh, Uche,Vivien,Melvin and Wale

As in the previous searches, the last woman standing would win an additional N1million, that is, in an event where a woman does not find that treasure at the end.

Adaeze: Graduate 22
“I’m stable, motivated and I have great stamina.”

Wale: Undergraduate 27
“I’m unique and I have what it takes to win the game.”

Okoh: Undergraduate 21
“I’m creative, adventurous and love trying new things.”

Chuks: Graduate 25
“I’m the tallest and the coolest. I feel destined to win.”

Vivien: Undergraduate 21
“I’m skilled, cool and I have the potential to win this game.”

Elvis: Undergraduate 25
“I have the spirit of a true leader and I’m a natural-born-achiever.”

Deborah: Undergraduate 23
I’m strong, calculative and I’ve got the looks to win.”

Uche: Graduate 26
“I think outside of the box and I plan before I take action.”

Chisom: Undergraduate 23
“I believe that whatever I do, I will succeed because of my name.”

Melvin: Graduate 25
“I’m fun-loving and in order to win, I know what to do at the right time.”


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