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Who wins MTN Hit-Maker II?

Who wins MTN Hit-Maker IIThey have been talking like championship  boxers trying to psychologically knock each other out before the night of action.

However much each of the four finalists in this year’s MTN Hit-Maker  final show decides to brag,  would have to be translated into practical performance from 8.00pm tomorrow at the Accra International Conference Centre.

The four finalists are Kofi Korea, K Bee, Koo Ntakara and Cano Z. They have managed to brush aside eight other contestants over the last three months. Who walks away with the Ghc100,000 top prize will be known tomorrow.

At a meeting with top MTN officials last Monday,  Kofi Korea said he was  proud to be part of the final four.

“I will do something extraordinary. Something not seen on stage  in this country before so watch out,” stated Korea who came close to eviction on two occasions.

K Bee  was straight to the point when he said: “I’m looking forward to impressive performances from everyone  but I want the money  so I wish myself good luck.”

Koo Ntakara seemed poised for action and didn’t say much. “I’ m working hard to win the top prize,” he affirmed.

Cano Z  thanked God for bringing the four of them this far but emphasised he would leave the Conference Centre tomorrow as the winner.

Many would take his words seriously because he was selected as best performer on three occasions during the eviction shows.

The Corporate Services Executive at MTN, Cynthia Lumor, praised the finalists for the hard work they had put in so far and wished them the best of luck. She reminded them that they were already winners for making it to the final show.

Richard Acheampong, General Manager of Marketing Services at MTN was impressed with how fans had patronised the eviction shows.

“People travelled  in trotro and  taxis and some even walked to the Christ the King Parish Hall to support their favourites during the eviction process and that was commendable,” he said.

He explained the  modality by which the prize money would be disbursed to the eventual winner.

“Our objective is to make sure you make a living from music and serve as an inspiration to upcoming musicians,” Acheampong added.

Guest artistes on the bill for the night include Naterial and Miriam, winner and runner-up respectively from  last year’s Hit-Maker show. Others are   Ohemaa Mercy, Guru, A.K. Songstress and Iyanya from Nigeria.

Source: Graphic Showbiz

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