General News | 2 August 2022 13:19 CET

Olamide Woos Crowd At Itel's Campus Tour 

By Ifeanyi Ndukwe, The Nigerian Voice Entertainment

Tech gadgets, ltel has fulfilled part of its promise of connecting people. ln its dedication to giving Nigerian youths a platform to showcase their talent, the Phone brand concluded a 6-campus tour of Nigerian universities to create awareness among students for its latest big battery flagship devices – itel P38 and P38 Pro.

The campus tour tagged, ‘The 3x Superstar’, was a search to find young talents who could rap, sing, and dance in different schools across Nigeria. These talents were called the 3x Superstars.

The 3x Superstar campus tour started in June with a visit to select Nigerian tertiary institutions – Adeyemi College of Education (Ondo), Federal College of Education (FCT Zuba), Kano State College of Education (Kano), Federal Polytechnic (Nasarawa), and Delta State University (Delta). Students auditioned at these universities to participate in the regional contests to find the 3x Superstar and those who emerged as winners were rewarded with brand-new itel P38 smartphones, itel laptops, itel TVs, accessories, and other gifts.

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The grand finale of the 3x Superstar which held at D’Podium International Event Centre, Lagos, ended on a high note with a stunning performance from itel’s Brand Ambassador, Olamide aka ‘Baddo. He thrilled the crowd with hit songs from his albums and they sang along word for word.

While addressing the media on the 3x Superstar tour, Oke Umurhohwo, itel’s Marketing Manager for West Africa Region 1, highlighted that the competition was to promote the amazing arts culture that is inherent in Nigerians. He reiterated that the competition was to showcase itel as a fun-loving and youth-centric brand while creating awareness for the newly released power and big battery smartphones, itel P38 and P38 Pro which come with 3x faster charging.

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