Dan Foster Daniel Azuka ‘A-Strings


Monday, February 10, 2014Omobaswagz H

After months of endless hard work and commitment, Robots for Christ emerged winners of Africa’s No 1 talent hunt show, Nigeria’s Got Talent.

The 2-man dance group from Benson Idahosa University beat 9 of the brightest and most unique acts in Nigeria in the race for the sum of N10 million.

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The grand finale, which was recorded on Saturday, February 8, 2014 at Dream Studio and was aired nationwide to millions of viewers on Sunday, February 9, 2014 saw Daniel Azuka ‘A-Strings’ emerge second and 9-year-old drummer, David Aduragbemi Adekoya in third place.

Robots for Christ with Yibo Koko, Kate Henshaw and Dan Foster

The world tuned in to Nigeria, as finalists showed their prowess, dazzling judges and viewers, in a final bid to win the keenly contested grand prize of N10 million.

We can’t express how we feel right now. We are just over joyed and are sincerely grateful to Nigerians for believing in us and voting for us,” said the excited duo.

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Yibo Koko, Kate Henshaw and Dan Foster

From their impressive costumes to their very well synchronized dance moves, the Robots for Christ were one act that always impressed us,” said a proud Yibo Koko.

The grand finale witnessed performances from Nigeria’s Got Talent Season 1 winner, Amarachi Uyanne, Bash the comedian and many more. Robots for Christ will be joining season1 winner Amarachi Uyanne as Airtel Ambassadors.

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