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Second chance for EBSS contestants

5th July 2012
Ritha Paulsen

Contestants of the Epiq Bongo Stars Search who missed out during the first phase of auditions have been given another chance to record their compositions.

The special dispensation has been decided by the project’s coordinator Ritha Paulsen who provided a special number to be used in an effort to assure fairness in the search prevails.

Paulsen said contestants can dial 090155100 and the auditions be recorded with remarkable ease to give judges a room to make decisions in scouting talents.

“This is the unique opportunity, which highlights the difference of this year’s competitions, sole sponsored by Zantel aiming to open room to other hopefuls who missed the auditions”, she said.

Paulsen said in cooperation with Zantel they will reach as many people as they could, in an effort to scout new talents.

“Our objective is to reach talented individuals wherever they are, by any means after missing the” she insisted.

The sixth edition of the music talent search expects to reach eight regions of Mwanza, Arusha, Lindi, Tanga, Dodoma, Zanzibar and Mbeya.

“We have already covered three regions of Dodoma, Lindi, and Zanzibar and this weekend we will be in Arusha”, Ritha said.

Zantel’s Head of Communication department, Awaichi Mawala said his firm has introduced short code number 15530 for all people interested in EBSS to subscribe and get daily updates.

“This is the special number which any one from any network can subscribe and get daily updates on where the auditions will be heading next, tips for those aspiring to participate and many more”, she added.

The EBSS winner would claim 50m/- courtesy of Zantel.

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