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MultiChoice Opens Audition for Nigerian Idol S9

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MultiChoice Nigeria, organisers of the popular music reality show, Nigerian Idol, is gearing up to deliver even more entertainment for the ninth edition of the show as it opens the call for entries.

Themed Dare to Dream;” the aim is to inspire young and talented Nigerians to take the bold step of auditioning for this year’s Nigerian Idol.

Executive Head of Content and Channels West Africa, MultiChoice, Dr. Busola Tejumola, expressed the company’s commitment to enabling young talent to realize their dreams and delivering premium entertainment to the audience.

She highlighted that the success of previous editions of Nigerian Idol has encouraged more young Nigerians to dare to dream. “Today they are some of the voices that carry our African stories and inspire others to live their dreams. Season nine promises to be bigger and more entertaining than other seasons”

The online entry submission period began on January 19 and will close at midnight on January 29.

Interested participants between the ages of 16 – 28 are encouraged to record a 30-second clip of themselves singing any song of their choice and upload it on the Nigerian idol portal on Africa Magic website.

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