Registration for The Intellects Reality TV Competition Commences

Registration for The Intellects Reality TV Competition Commences

Registration for The Intellects Reality TV Competition Commences

Just yesterday WE brought to your notice the new partnership deal between HI-Impact Choice Ltd and Anambra Broadcasting Service, ABS, for the production and presentation of “The Intellects” an edutainment and culture-infused Reality TV competition.

As we all know, the ASUU strike has been on for some time now and there hasn’t been any sign of calling it off any time soon.

In a bid to keep students of the tertiary phase engaged in intellectual activities as well as reduce their involvement in illicit acts, The Unconventionals (under the umbrella of HI-Impact Choice Ltd) has birthed a new reality show – The Intellects Reality TV Competition.

Registration for the reality TV show commences this Easter Monday, April the 18th, and the winner will be going home with a cash prize of ₦1,000,000 naira and other consolation prizes.

The Intellects reality TV competition promises to be educative, fun-filled, and informative.

Guidelines for Registration:

  1. Click on this link to get the Google form
  2. Answer questions with appropriate details.
  3. Upload a clear picture of the requested documents.
  4. Crosscheck your answers before submitting.

Follow our social media handles for further information;

  • Facebook: @TIRTC
  • Instagram and Twitter: @hi_impactchoice

The screening process will be in 2 stages and is based on merits, after which the 30 best finalists will be housed for the competition proper.

Start Registering Now. It’s Free!!!


35 thoughts on “Registration for The Intellects Reality TV Competition Commences

  1. I recently got admitted before the strike commenced, so I don’t have a matriculation number yet talk less of a school ID…can I still be able to participate??

  2. ” Tears” it should have been opened to 18yr and above or 20yr and above. As far as, they are intellects. Jambites and other students who haven’t gotten to school nkọ. Not fair at all.

  3. Hi there! I know this is kind of off topic but I was wondering which blog platform are you using for this website? I’m getting sick and tired of WordPress because I’ve had issues with hackers and I’m looking at alternatives for another platform. I would be awesome if you could point me in the direction of a good platform.

  4. Please, when you say school admission letter (spoken about in the requirements), do you mean JAMB admission letter?

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