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MTN Project Fame 2017 Registration | Audition Application Guide and Requirement

MTN Project Fame 2017 Registration – Amongst others, participants have opportunities of meeting other young talents like them and big guys in the musical world especially African music superstars who will serve as mentor to them and inspire them to unleashed their creativity an perform their signature versions of songs, most times merged their talents with other participants to form a magnificent piece of music.

Usually he show used to feature contestants from Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone, but Liberia and Sierra Leone have been dropped since the 2014 Ebola Outbreak. The show is broadcast by networks in these four countries and across the African continent.

How to Register 2017 MTN Project Fame Season 10

Interested candidate in Nigeria should simply SEND Name and Location to 35850 (Using an MTN line) to get a PIN from MTN. The pin will cost you N100 Naira Only.

Applicants must be adults (18 years and above). Failure to verify your age will result to application being declined.

Amateur only eligible – anyone who has recorded or released a song or album is not qualified to apply.

Copy of photo ID/International or ECOWAS Passport must be presented

Then Proceed to MTN Project Fame 2017 Registration Page at http://www.projectfamewestafrica.com to fill your Form

After registration, You must take the audition form to the audition venue.

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