Who won Nsoromma Season 4? Confirmed

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Nsoromma Season 4 Winner Name: Who won Nsoromma Season 4? comfirmed: Times have changed now, kids don’t have to wait until they grow up to gain fame with their unique talents, they can gain popularity and fame from an early age. Many reality shows or competitions give these talented kids the opportunity to showcase their talents and many have already found their way to success. On Sunday, a fun talent reality show that was so popular won the title. Yes, you guessed it right, we’re talking about Adom TV’s Nsoromma Season 4, which ends on April 10, 2022, and the winner of the show has a chance to win a grand prize of GHC 20,000. Follow for more updates on GetIndiaNews.com

Nsoromma Season 4 Winner Names

The acclaimed music-drafting reality show kicked off the past 12 weeks in spectacular fashion, with contestants thrilling audiences and judges alike, and ending in grand style at the West Hills Mall. Season 4 of Adom TV’s flagship show Nsoromma saw 30 contestants selected to enter the top 12 for the first prize after a tough nationwide selection by the Akwaboah, Akosua and Agyapong judges.

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After 12 weeks of intense competition, seven entrants were handpicked to compete for the ultimate prize and thousands of souvenirs at West Hill Mall on Sunday night. The seven players vying for the title this season are:

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  • Daniel Antvey
  • Mrs Theodora Pascal
  • Kezia Adu
  • Anita Animation
  • Nila Akoto
  • Samuel Sam
  • Francesca Adom

Winner of Nsoromma Season 4

With Nhyira Akoto Afriyie as the show’s winner, the curtain on the fourth season of the reality show has begun. After 3 weeks of intense scrutiny and scouting, and 12 weeks of impressing the judges in the grand competition, it’s no surprise that Nhyira has the desired crown.

The performance of the many “Best of Show” winners reasonably informed the audience and the judges’ decision to judge her as the overall winner. Nhyira returned to Ashale Botwe in Greater Accra with GHS 20,000, a laptop, and souvenirs from sponsors.

Not only that, but her name is inscribed in the winner’s history books, becoming the first woman to win the competition since it began. She joined Righteous Van Dyke, Victor Ampofo, and Abranti in Seasons 1, 2, and 3, respectively. He was followed by Samzik, who won GHC 8,000 as the show’s first-place finisher. Daniel Antwi finished second with 5,000 and Kezia Adu with GHC 2,000 and Kezia Adu third.

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