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AID Reality TV Talent Hunt for People with Disabilities.
Reality TV shows have changed the lives of many in Nigeria and around the globe. It has bridged the gap between the poor and the rich. We have seen many people rise to fame from reality shows like American Idol, Guilder Ultimate Search, and even Big Brother Nigeria currently airing on the big screen.
While these reality TV shows have impacted immensely, it’s sad that people with disabilities are excluded from participating as a result of one deformity or another. This is why “Ability in Disability” (AID) project sprang up to change this perception. People with disabilities deserve a chance to showcase their God-given talents on the big screen.
Ability in Disability (AID) is designed to hunt for talents across Nigeria by giving a platform for persons with disabilities to showcase their talent.
The Project Director Mr. Nick Bebiem while reacting in a press conference, told newsmen that the Aid talent hunt is an answer to the prayers of many young people with disabilities who are so good in one art or the other but have limited opportunities.
The project which is packaged by Miss Health International Foundation will see 50 contestants with disabilities groomed and trained in an in-house camping for 13weeks to become amazing entertainers.
They will be groomed and trained in various careers such as singing, dancing, comedy, arts, acting, and poetry.
To apply, interested contestants are to make a 2-minute video showcasing their art to convince the organizers.
The event is strictly for people with disabilities and various prices will be won such as recording deal, movie cast, a brand new car, and many other juicy items.
Being the first of its kind, Aid talent hunt will harness the talent inherent in persons with disabilities.
For more enquiries visit www.theaidstalenthunt.com or contact the admin of this blog.
Furthermore, this event is open for sponsorship.
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