The winners of Nigeria’s culinary game show have both shared their life’s experience after emergence in the maiden edition.
The winner of Naija Master Chef (Season 1), Cross River born Abuja based Chef J-Love (real names Janet Mogbuk) and the 2nd, Delta based Chef Thompson Otu carted home a car and consolation prizes worth millions.
Asides education and empowerment, the Naija Master Chef Hub Reality TV Show also seeks to entertain the African audience, by feeding them with behind the scenes of the process of preparation of popular Nigerian delicacies and the lifestyle of the chefs.
The initiative brings together chefs from diverse background and trainings, in to one house for a culinary converge and competition. This second edition seeks to beam light and celebrate the set of people who are behind the delicious delicacies that places Nigeria on a place of pride in the committee of nations rich in cuisines.
Naija Chefs Hub, organizers of the annual show which climaxes with a Food Exhibition, have raised the bar with the announcement of more mouth watering prizes for the winners this year, tagged the ‘Lush Edition’, a branded car is pegged as the 1st prize and a N1m sponsored trip to Dubai, the 2nd is to get a landed property and cash consolation prize for the 3rd .
Registrations open on July 1st and is expected to run through July 15th for the selection of the housemates who will make it to the house and be camped for 30 days. The stay in the Naija Chef Hub will feature interesting games and contents to showcase extraordinary chefs of Nigerian origin. Winner and Runners Up are selected through the weekly eviction process based on their performances in the tasks given and votes by their fans.
Naija Master Chef Reality TV Show means different things to different people; to Janet, the economist who won the maiden edition, it was a platform to boost her confidence are launch her into the mainstream of the good industry. While for the 2nd placeholder, Thompson, it fulfilled a lifelong dream of his grand mum who has been an inspiration.
To the organizers, the hub houses chefs from across the country, serving happiness to Nigerians and esuring that legacies are preserved through our meals, hereby building a community of followers and viewers of food lovers.
Brands can catch in on the sponsorship opportunity to reach millions through the project, as the publicity and media mileage reaches an approximate 20 million young people/viewers across the world via social media, on national and cable TV.