Duo beat nine other acts for cash prize of N10 million.
A two-man dance group from Benson Idahosa University, Robots for Christ, emerged winner of Nigeria’s Got Talent over the weekend.
The duo beat nine other acts for the cash prize of N10 million.
The grand finale, which was recorded on Saturday, February 8 at the Dream Studio and aired on Sunday, February 9, saw Daniel ‘A-Strings’ Azuka emerge second and nine-year-old drummer, David Adekoya, third.
“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,” Robots for Christ said as they received their N10 million prize.
The grand finale also saw performances from Nigeria’s Got Talent Season 1 winner, Amarachi Uyanne, Bash the comedian and others.
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