Nigeria’s number one premium malt drink, Malta Guinness is back with a bigger, more vibrant second season of its exciting Pan African TV show, the Maltavator Challenge!
The Maltavator Challenge train has kicked off its tour of major Nigerian cities to scout for contestants of the show. On Saturday, October 6th, 2018, the Maltavator Challenge train stopped in Ibadan at the Trans-Amusement Park, Old Airport Road, Bodija to get consumers “maltavated” for the first leg of the auditions. Excited consumers trooped out in their numbers to compete for a chance to represent Nigeria in the Pan African TV show.
The Ibadan audition was so thrilling as contestants who were fueled with the energy and goodness of Malta Guinness packed with energy giving vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5 and B6 brought their A-game to the field and competed vigorously in the physically and mentally tasking obstacle games. The Maltavator Challenge audition was also an avenue for family and friends to relax over chilled bottles of Malta Guinness with live music and dance performances as well as delightful fun games.
Speaking at the event; Brand Manager of Malta Guinness, Ifeoma Agu said “the Maltavator Challenge is a Malta Guinness platform that showcases how consumers can turn the Malta goodness into greatness. This is in tandem with the brand purpose of Malta Guinness which exists to fuel the can-do spirit of Nigerians as seen here today with the impressive turnout of Nigerian youths in Ibadan to contest for a chance to represent Nigeria in the Pan African TV show. Malta Guinness will continue to fuel the greatness of Nigerians with its goodness, energy, and vitality.”
Only the super-fast, and smartest contestants proceeded to the final stages of the competition with the best Maltavators at the Ibadan audition emerging; they were Yusuf Bolanle, Oludaisi Solomon, Adejare Aderemi, and Akinropo Muideen. They will later compete with the winners of the forthcoming auditions in a grand finale for a chance to make the final slots to represent Nigeria in the Pan-African TV show.
The Maltavator Challenge train is still touring major cities in Nigeria to scout for contestants of the show. Next stop for the Maltavator Challenge train is in Benin City at the Garrick Memorial College, Opp. UNIBEN Ekewan Campus. To participate in the auditions, aspiring contestants should register at the audition venue; doors open from 7 am with fantastic prizes for first 200 early birds.
The Maltavator Challenge is a Pan African TV show which will have contestants from Nigeria, Cameroun, Ghana, Cote D’Ivoire and Ethiopia, compete in mentally and physically challenging obstacle courses for a chance to win $20,000 and other fantastic prizes. The show will be aired on major TV stations across Nigeria and other participating African countries.
To stay on top of all the Maltavator Challenge activities, follow the Maltavator Challenge hashtags: #BMaltavated, #MaltavatorChallenge2, and Malta Guinness social media pages on Instagram @maltaguinnessng and Twitter @MaltaGuinnessNG, Facebook: www.facebook.com/maltaguinness.