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Nigerian Idol, courtesy Etisalat hits airwave

After months of  of work behind the scene, Etisalat Nigeria ’s sponsored Nigerian Idol is set to hit the airwaves. Television and entertainment viewers are in for a time of fun and thrills as the broadcast of the Nigerian Idol on selected television stations across the country commences this month.

Aimed at reaching a wide audience, Nigerian Idol will run on NTA Network, AIT Network, Galaxy TV, KWTV Ilorin, DBSTV Asaba, IMOTV, DITV Kaduna, TVC among others.

The musical reality show will entertain music lovers; would be quality entertainment for family viewing and keep Etisalat subscribers and Nigerians in general glued to their TV screens. It will be filled with fun and laughter, generate talkability as the would_be Idols build fan_base and even leave some teary_eyed.

Nigerian Idol is a musical reality show designed to discover talents among the youth who earnestly yearn for such a platform to exhibit their talents and maximize their potential in the dynamic Nigerian music industry. The broadcast will commence with the auditions which held in Lagos , Abuja , Calabar and Enugu and dovetail into performances from the top 50 participants selected from over six thousand youths who were auditioned.

Etisalat explained that the production package of theshow is another demonstration of quality which the company is known for. Viewers across the country should be ready for entertainment with a difference as Nigerian Idol will set the standard for musical reality shows in Nigeria .

It will offer viewers lots of entertainment, and perks for watching the show.  We have selected a wide TV network to ensure that everyone, everywhere in Nigeria can watch and enjoy the show. So stay tuned, as this quality entertainment is broadcast to every home from this Sunday”.

He explained that Etisalat is utilising the reality show as a platform to connect with their growing subscribers and indeed every Nigerian while providing youth with the platform to showcase and hone their talents.


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