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“Why Candidates Fail At REALITY SHOWS Auditioning In Nigeria” – Expert (COMPREHENSIVE INTERVIEW)


      Gson Ebuka is the coordinator of EVOLVE WORKSHOPS, a platform that strives to empower youths in the country. City Pulse Media caught up with the dude during the last Maltina Audition to ask him questions concerning Nigerian youths undying passion for Reality Shows.  Below is the excerpt of the interview:
      Let’s talk about your Reality Show workshop. What is it all about?
is a platform that is designed to help young talents gain required skills
and information that is expected in any reality show anywhere in the world. In other words, this is a preparatory
class for anyone who has talent and wants to make it in any reality show in our
2.   Why did you think Nigerian youths will be interested in such venture?
Although it is the first time ever in this country this kind of workshop is coming up, I know that is what they truly need it at this time of talent boom in our country. Young people like me are constantly finding solace in their talents and
gifts but there are no proper guidance. Whenever you watch audition for any
of the popular reality show on TV, you will be amazed at the level of mediocre

So here is the proper preparatory class to help as many learn the secret of
winning in any reality show. Would they come? Of course, they will.

What informed your choice of Yinka Davies and Joe Blue?
We want
to balance the equation very well by making sure that all angles and groups of people
are carried along so that we don’t leave any stone unturned. That is why we are
viewing it from both the judge’s and contestant’s point of view. Yinka
Davies is an outstanding musical icon and charismatic judge of the popular
reality show on TV while Joe Blue was a successful story and product of a
musical reality show in 2012. So we are bringing two of them alongside a UK
certified life coach on September 7th on EVOLVEWORKSHOPS(TM) to mentor
our participants in a closed door session in Lagos.

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4. Many people argued that reality shows offer Nigerians no value. How will
react to that?

mincing words, there are some reality shows that offer no valve. Case in point,
Big Brother Africa (BBA) is a stain on our TV. It does not offer any sense of
value as far as am concerned. In the same vein, there are countless TV reality
shows that are helping our young talents find meaning for their talent and
escape from poverty and corruption.whch is one of the major challenge of our economy. Reality
shows still offer value but not for Big Brother Africa (BBA)

What should participants be looking forward to?

As I
said earlier on that this is a closed mentoring with our mentor and it is not
for everybody. Therefore our selected few will be blown away with our facilitators.
What is the
registration process like?
workshop is been organised by Pathfindaz Enterprise(R), a registered human
capacity development and marketing firm that is located in Lagos.

Has your organisation hosted similar workshops in the past?

course yes, we organise summits and conferences to reach out to
different classes of individuals. For example, we’ve just concluded an
entrepreneurial summit, “MONEYTALKZ
for kids in Port Harcourt. This is where we train and mentor teenagers to
acquire financial intelligence. Every New Year in the last weekend of January,
we gather ministers of the gospel to learn how to become financial empowerment
are constantly looking out for ways to develop human capacity in different
sphere IN our nation.pls support us by calling our hotline on : 08137615238.

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Adebayo Folorunsho-Francis is a communicator, Journalist, blogger, business coach and, of course, a prolific writer. He has Dip (Journalism) and B.A. (History & International Relations) from the Lagos State University (LASU). The self-effacing young man has worked for national, regional and local newspapers. He had worked with THISDAY covered community news for ISLAND NEWS and corresponded with P.M. NEWS (evening tabloid). Presently, he is the editor of CITYPULSE MEDIA and senior correspondent of PHARMANEWS, West Africa foremost health and pharmaceutical journal.