After auditions in eight states and two months of heart-stopping elimination shows, Nigeria’s Got Talent presents  10 of the best acts discovered across the Nigerian federation. They are all in the race for the grand prize of N10 million, and the finale will air on Sunday, December 9, 2012.
The first group to make it to the final was an acappella group from Port Harcourt. The Impulse group consists of five young men with dynamic voices. They have shown dedication, team spirit and hard work in every performance. “We saw Nigeria’s Got Talent as a good, strong and exciting platform to showcase our talent and that is what we have been doing right from the beginning,” they said.

Next was a man with a very rare talent in this part of the world; Dr Bariyu Yusuf, a ventriloquist. “I have never seen anyone in Nigeria that can do what I do like me and I can tailor my act to excite any audiences,” said Dr Bariyu, Dr. Bariyu who works as a medical doctor

Little but mighty Amarachi during audition in Nigeria's Got Talent Show

Little but mighty Amarachi during audition in Nigeria’s Got Talent Show

and has been able to make Nigerians see that other than education,
your talent is one thing that can make you known to the world. More in features


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