Africa’s leading Pay-TV service operator StarTimes today launched Ghana’s first ever obstacle course challenge competition at it headquarters in Accra.
The competition dubbed ‘Ghana Challenge 2018’ is a sports entertainment competition show, which will be held at the Bojo Beach Resort, Accra.
Journalist Sammy Heywood Okine with Actress Moesha Boduong
It features hundreds of competitors attempting to complete series of obstacle courses of increasing difficulty for cash prizes of up to $5,000.
Launching the competition, Mr. Felix Ahonzo Chief Operation Officer said each competitor is expected to overcome various physical obstacles in the form of hurdles, rope climbing, digging, sack racing and a lot more within the shortest possible time to automatically qualify into the finals.
Being the first sports entertainment competition program in Ghana for both sexes, StarTimes seeks to unite Ghanaian celebrities with their fans as they all participate on a common ground for the ultimate prize.
The ‘Ghana Challenge 2018’ launch was graced by some Ghanaian celebrities who dared their colleagues and fans to take up the challenge and compete against them at the Bojo Beach for the bragging right and cash prizes.
Head of Marketing Akofa Djankui called on all exuberant Ghanaian celebrities and the general public to register for the ‘Ghana Challenge’ and show what is hidden under their selves.
To participate, one must download the StarTimes Mobile App (StarTimes ON), click on the ‘Ghana Challenge 2018’ banner post and follow the prompt to register before Tuesday, October 23, 2018.
Present at the launch were entertainment stars and models like, Master Richard, an ambassador of StarTimes and Moesha Boduong the actress and super model.
By Sammy Heywood Okine