Going by the caliber of talents showcased at the Port Harcourt and Abuja auditions of God’s Children Great Talent, it is ideal to say, the Lagos regional audition has to bring on their strongest talent game.
Port Harcourt contestants did not only bring their A-game, they brought the extras as seen in some talents displayed. Guitarist, Pamela Scott, Singer, Nenji Jaja, Dance Groups, X3M Flux, Rising Stars, The Healers and other contestants at the venue showed scouts how great talents roll.
The regional scouts were very impressed by the number of contestants that showed up for the auditions. They were also moved by the level dedication by contestants during the South region auditions. Dancehall artiste, Duncan Mighty while commenting on the amazing talents showcased said: “The talents I see right here are already our future stars, and to prove it I’m already requesting a photograph with a few. To be honest, the talents at this audition today have made my day. I don’t even know how to describe the experience. You guys are too much; indeed God’s children have great special talent. Anyone who doubts should just watch the show.”
The Port Harcourt audition came right after Abuja auditions which held on April 13th & 14th and is now turning to Lagos. The Lagos audition is the last leg of regional auditions and it is scheduled to hold April 28th & 29th 2017 at Ultima Studios, Lekki.
God’s Children Great talent (GCGT) is Africa’s Biggest Youth Talent Competition. An initiative by City of David Parish of the Redeemed Christian Church of God that continues to identify and celebrate talents in children and young adults from age 5 to 20 years. Interested participants who could not register online are still able to walk into the Lagos audition venue for their registration. For more information, please visit www.gcgt.org