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  • 19-year-old singer wins N10m in talent competition
  • Lagos – Nineteen year-old singer, Miss Esther
    Benyeogo, has emerged winner of the God’s
    Children Great Talent (GCGT) Season 7, carting
    away N250 million management deal, N10
    million cash and a brand new car.
    The GCGT Grand Finale held on Saturday at the
    Eko Convention Centre, Eko Hotel and Suites,
    Victoria Island, Lagos.
    GCGT is a Christian talent competition that
    began in 2011 and is organised by the `City of
    David’, Victoria Island, a parish of the Redeemed
    Christian Church of God (RCCG).
    It is Africa’s Leading Youth Talent Competition
    featuring skills such as singing, dancing,
    musical instruments, spoken words, drama,
    writing and drawing.
    Benyeogo said that she was elated to have won
    the prize having competed against other
    contestants who also performed remarkably well
    at the competition.
    “I am so happy and give thanks to the almighty
    God for making it possible for me to win this
    great prize at the competition,” she said.
    The singer, who is an undergraduate of the
    University of Benin said that she discovered her
    love for singing at the age of 13 and had never
    stopped singing since then.
    Pastor Idowu Iluyomade, Head Pastor, City of
    David said that the aim of the competition was
    to recognise and celebrate talents in God’s
    children.

    “The competition serves as an avenue to expose
    and develop gifted children as well as provide a
    platform for them to shine forth the light of God,”
    he said.
    According to Iluyomade, one of the names of
    Satan is the `Prince of the power of the air “and
    our mandate as Christians is to establish the
    kingdom of God.
    ““So, we are taking the air waves back from
    Satan knowing that it is a veritable tool that God
    is going to use to establish his kingdom here on
    earth.

    “We are preparing children with great hindsight,
    great insight and awesome foresight to set on a
    mission to affect the space of the air waves
    positively for God,” he said.
    The pastor said that all the children that
    performed were chosen vessels from God and
    were all rightful winners in their own capacity.
    Dr Herbert Wigwe, Founder,` How Foundation’
    and one of the principal sponsors said that he
    was impressed with the quality of the talents
    that were displayed at the competition.

    “All the children are winners even though one
    eventually emerged as the overall best but with
    the quality of what was displayed showed that
    they are all winners,” he said.
    Wigwe advised children to find their passion in
    life and work hard to excel at it encouraging
    them to keep working on their skills and
    intellect.

    “You do not have to be a genius to excel in life.
    All you need to do is work hard; keep focused
    and keep praying and trusting God.

    “You have to keep working on your skills and
    intellect for you to be able to solve the greatest
    problems that you will meet tomorrow,” he said.
    ‘How Foundation’ is focused on creating a
    sustainable strategy where Nigerians can be
    empowered with knowledge and resources
    towards a better future.
    NAN also reports that the second prize went to
    Master Anderson Peter, an eight-year-old
    saxophonist who won N3 million while the third
    prize went to Master Nengi Jaja, a singer who
    won N1 million.

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