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Airtel unveils The Voice Africa with 14 African countries, $100,000 prize

Fourteen (14) African countries – Seychelles, Nigeria, Zambia, Tanzania, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Madagascar, Gabon, Uganda, Niger, Chad, DRC, and Congo will be joining the maiden edition of Airtel’s pan-African music competition, The Voice Africa. 

Speaking at the press conference, Vice President, Corporate Communications & CSR, Airtel Africa, Emeka Opara said: “As a true African entity, we have always believed in Africa, as we have always done, and today’s event signals the commencement of a very exciting initiative for both the contestants and the viewing and voting public. Airtel Africa has provided this platform for our youths to showcase their talents and be the best they can be.”

“We are intentional and deliberate to empower our youths and enable them to channel their energies and great talents positively for their individual growth, and for the good of their families, communities, and indeed Africa. We want to thank our customers and colleagues and all the other countries across Africa for taking part in this competition. The future of Africa is bright.”

Across Africa, 100 talents will be shortlisted for auditions. The Voice Africa will be open for entries Friday, 21st October 2022. To enter, interested participants are required to do a one-minute video of themselves, sing any song of their choice, and upload it to the Voice Africa website www.voiceafrica.com. 

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