GCGT 7: Talents hit Port Harcourt with a bang


The train of judges of Great Talent God’s Children season 7 (GCGT7), officially stopped in Port Harcourt, on April 21, 2017, to meet contestants who reportedly hit the Hotel Presidential, Aba Road, as early as 7am.

The audition had youngsters between ages 5 – 20 years showcasing their talents in music, comedy, dance and spoken word during the preliminary selection.

Port Harcourt’s finest entertainment and media personalities – Duncan Mighty, gospel artiste Preye Odede, radio presenter, Eldee Xtra Large, gospel singers, Preye Omayuku, Afy Douglas, singer and choreographer, Bobby Blankson, Season 2 winner of Nigerian Idol, Mercy Chinwe and popular comedian, K.O Baba were on ground to spot out another set of great talents amidst contestants who showed up for the auditions.

11-year-old Nengi Jaja wowed the Port Harcourt judges with his amazing voice and his performance, which made Duncan Mighty and other scouts to request for a photo session. The incident earned him the nickname ‘moniker’, by Duncan Mighty.

Participants who missed audition opportunity in Port Harcourt, as stated by the organisers can still register for the Lagos auditions by walking into the venue on April 28 and 29, 2017 at Ultima Studios, Lekki, Lagos.

God’s Children Great talent (GCGT), Africa’s biggest youth talent competition, is an initiative by City of David Parish of the Redeemed Christian Church of God that identifies and celebrates talents in children and young adults from age five to 20 years.

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