Written by Osas Irianele
IG: virtuousi, osastheking
The rain did not seem to deter the department of mass communication and its very large audience, as the second day of the Mass Communication week kicked off with a Talent Hunt.
It was a burst of emotions and excitement as various acts thrilled the crowd with their performances, while Steven Akinola mastered the event swiftly.
Magiks, winner of Mass Comm’s Got Talent 2016 left the crowd begging for more after his guest performance.
Then the moment of truth came when it was time to announce the winner.
This proved to be the hardest part of the event as everyone did great and without any bias, Steven Omoluabi, a year two student, emerged second runner up, Omotolani Kareem – a year three student emerged first runner up and amazingly, Solafunmi Olowolabi – former Mr Mass Comm 2015 and one time Mass Comm’s Got Talent contestant emerged the winner after thrilling the audience and the judges with his voice.
The contestants of Mr and Miss Mass Comm were unveiled against the upcoming Mr and Miss Mass Comm event that would happen on Friday- 21st July 2017.
The department’s executives, in their excitement, showed profound gratitude to their supporters and danced in advance of the success of the Media Symposium that will be happening today – 19th July 2017, 12 noon at the Mass Comm Blocks 3-5.
The Media Symposium, which forms a part of the activities of the MCSA week is themed ‘Imagery: A Mechanism for Building Brand Acceptability and National Cohesion.’
- Colette Otusheso – Head, Accelerate TV.
- Mr. Sunday Dare – Executive Commissioner, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC)
- David Ajikobi – Nigerian Editor of AfricaCheck.
- Omowunmi Kalejaiye – Zonal Head, FCMB Victoria Island.
This is one event to watch out for! Check out more photos in the gallery above.