On Sunday evening by the end of East Africa’s Got Talent competitions fans had to crown talented Ugandan sibling Esther and Ezekiel Mutesasira as their stars. The crowning happened from Catholic University of East Africa in Nairobi, Kenya.
The sibling had to the rest of East African countries that Uganda is still the home of talents. They manage to walk home with a cash prize of $50,000 (UGX 184,090,000) East Africa’s Got Talent top prize
Forget about winning over on the hearts of fans across the East Africa and at inaugural TV series, the competition was Uganda’s final to lose given the fact that we had three acts out of the final six finalists.
The Mutesasiras’ electrifying performance during the finals of East Africa’s Got Talent helped them see off Kenya’s young songbird Janell Tamara and Spellcast to bring the money home.
The finalists of the competition included Kenya’s young songbird Jannell Tamara and Spellcast, Rwandan cultural troupe Intayoberana and then Uganda’s Jehovah Shalom Acappella, DNA and Esther & Ezekiel.
East Africa’s Got Talent is a talent show competition that is part of the Got Talent franchise owned by Simon Cowell and Season one was produced by South African film production company Rapid Blue, simultaneously across four countries in East Africa; Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda.