The auditions for the 2018 edition of Maltavator Challenge has kicked off in Ibadan at the Trans-Amusement Park, Bodija, Oyo State.
According to a statement, excited consumers trooped out in their numbers to compete for a chance to represent Nigeria in the Pan-African TV show.
Consumers who entered for the auditions were fueled with the energy and goodness of Malta Guinness which is packed with vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5 and B6, as they took part in vigorous physical and mental tasking obstacle games.
Speaking at the event, Ifeoma Agu, Brand Manager, Malta Guinness, said: “the Maltavator Challenge is a Malta Guinness platform that showcases how consumers can turn the Malta goodness into greatness.
“This is in tandem with the brand purpose of Malta Guinness which exists to fuel the can-do spirit of Nigerians, as seen here today with the impressive turnout of Nigerian youths in Ibadan, to contest for a chance to represent Nigeria in the Pan African TV show. Malta Guinness will continue to fuel the greatness of Nigerians with its goodness, energy and vitality,” she said.
Yusuf Bolanle, Oludaisi Solomon, Adejare Aderemi, and Akinropo Muideen emerged winners/Maltavators at the Ibadan audition. They will be competing in a grand finale with winners that will emerge from other regions where the Maltavator Challenge will be hosted. Winners from the grand finale will represent Nigeria in the Pan African TV show.
Guests including family and friends who were present at the Ibadan Maltavator Challenge enjoyed live performances from music artistes, while being treated to the richness of ice cold Malta Guinness.
The Maltavator Challenge train will be stopping over at major cities in Nigeria including Benin, Enugu, Abuja and Lagos, to get consumers “maltavated”. The show is currently airing on major TV stations across Nigeria and other participating African countries.
The Maltavator Challenge a Pan African TV show which has contestants from Nigeria, Ghana, Cameroun, Cote D’Ivoire and Ethiopia, compete in mentally and physically challenging obstacle courses for a chance to win $20,000 and other fantastic prizes.
Nigerian doctor develops mobile app for patients’ consultation on smartphones
A Clinical Entrepreneur, Dr Lanre Olaitan, says he has developed a medical software that allows patients to consult doctors, nurses or physiotherapists right from their smartphones.
Olaitan said at the launch of PriveDoc in Lagos on Thursday that the app would allow patients to video call or web chat with a physician or specialist from the comfort of their homes.
“By downloading the PriveDoc app from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store, any patient in Nigeria who has a smartphone and internet connection can be speaking with a doctor within 90 seconds,” Olaitan said.
The UK-trained accident and emergency medical doctor said that PriveDoc, powered by Nigeria Digital Health Service (NDHS), would eliminate the need to travel to see a healthcare specialist.
“With PriveDoc’s technology, anyone can consult with a doctor, get diagnosed and receive their prescriptions in the comfort of their own private space.
“PriveDoc doctors are top-class Nigerians and highly trained and diversified professionals from the United States of America and the United Kingdom.
“All the doctors and specialists are carefully handpicked nationally and globally to provide the patients with the best medical care regardless of their locations.