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AYV Launches Hidden Treasure TV Reality Show

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AYV Launches Hidden Treasure TV Reality Show

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Africa Young Voices (AYV) Media Empire, Africell, Afrimony and other reliable partners yesterday 22nd April, 2021 officially launched the Hidden Treasure TV Reality Show at the Empire’s campus.

Speaking at the event, CEO of AYV, Anthony Navo Junior said Hidden Treasure is an exciting reality TV show that brings together twenty (20) young participants in the jungle to compete and find a hidden treasure that will change their lives forever.

They must show gallantry, resilience, courage, strategies and strength in order to survive, the camp is headed by a patrol commander in charge to oversee their activities.

Participant will be divided into groups and  task are allocated by the patrol commander and they are graded based on their performance and voting on each task and move to different levels on each task until the treasure is found.

The ultimate aim for the show is to promote and show case Sierra Leone culture, food and history, as Sierra Leone approaches its 60 years independence anniversary.

The show reminisce the good old days with fun games like ah die, ludo, touch, balance ball and many more. History of various ethnic groups, preparation of various local food and lecture from distinguished Sierra Leonean that will grace the show.

Approach for the show is divided into segments including audition, selection process, check up and start of the show.

Currently, twenty-five participants have successfully made it to the show. However, the forest will reject 5 participants on the commencement day (Independence Day April 27) and twenty will be taken to the jungle where the show will commence.

In stage one, participants will be divided into groups where they will endure military training and exercises, while in stage two various tasks allocated by the patrol commander and they are graded based on their performance and voting on each task, they will progress in the different levels been given, those with the least point and vote are evicted from the show.

At stage three, qualifiers to the final stage will have to find a treasure that is kept in a secretive place in camp; they will have to find the treasure due to their agility and prowess.

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