Accra, June 6, GNA- Organizers of the Challenge Educational Reality TV Show has said all was set for the grand finale of the second edition of the show.
At a press conference in Accra where representatives of the sponsors who would adjudge the presentations of the finalists to determine the winners were introduced to the media, the organizers said all had been done to ensure that the finalists were suitable for the task ahead of them.
The grand finale which, takes place in Accra on Saturday June 6, will have six competitors vying for the top award, which is an all-expenses paid scholarship package to study a master's degree course at the Westminster University in the United Kingdom. The six finalists are Araba Abakah-Anaman, Sandra Bramiah, Michael Quaye, Afumaa Akosua Gyan, Joseph Opoku and Anastacia Arko. Apart from the top award for the overall winner, the three runners-up will also win scholarship packages for a master's degree course at Thames Valley University, London Metropolitan University both in UK and IPMC here in Ghana.
The Challenge Educational Reality TV Show has been designed to give bright, ambitious Ghanaian university graduates the opportunity to display their talents in a series of weekly tests, debates, tasks and quizzes in management, leadership and creativity to win the awards. The Challenge Show is organized by the British Council, in association with Tigo and supported by the Westminster University, Stratcom Africa, United Bank of Africa, Thames Valley University, London Metropolitan University, IPMC among others.