Boss talent hunt flaunts N11.5m car prize donation

•Says the first prize will improve the life of the winner in December

An Eleven million naira sedan car has been donated, to the Boss talent hunt, to inspire participants, especially, anyone who sought to clinch the first prize bringing out the best of Nigerians in the contest.

The Group General Manager, Marketing, Karima Okunola, Mikano motors Nigeria said donation for the sedan car for the first prize was part of its Corporate Social responsibility (CSR), in Nigeria, while it sought to inspire a variety of talents that abound in the country as they slug it out in a contest of talents that promote the country in all ramifications.

The sedan M Grand, as it is called was assembled in Nigeria and reflects the treasures hidden in many Nigerian talents as it’s the boast of the best features a modern car in its category boasts of.

The talent hunt show has been targeted at Nigerians of all talents in all aspects of life, from academia to vocational abilities and the arts that distinguished the talent from others.

According to the manager of Boss talent hunt Kanbili Osadolor, who spoke to the media at the handing over ceremony in Abuja, applicants must not disqualify themselves, by being western, in their show of talents as the programme is designed to reflect the best of the length and breadth of Nigeria.

She said the talent hunt was mainly designed to bring out the diversity of the country and its hidden beauty as various people would showcase their innate abilities in their chosen art and or craft.

The donor of the car, Group General Manager, Marketing, Karima Okunola, Mikano motors Nigeria said the car meets all the requirements the winner looks up to in a car as it boasts of the best of engine and body quality owned by Mercedes Benz and Volvo brands locally assembled at the Milano plant in Nigeria.

Organizers of the event hope to see Nigerians coming with local expertise and uniqueness as Nigerian culture, fashion and values to the world.


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