The Star Prize in collaboration with Studio 24 – Top Photography studio in Abuja, Hyundai and other top brands such as Hard Rock Cafe, GGTV and PHEP have officially unveiled the first ever standing competition “Last Man Standing” in
The first Annual Last Man Standing Competition which has been set to hold nationwide in major cities in Nigeria with the Grand Finale holding in Lagos in September, is a winner-takes-all competition.
“The last man standing who automatically becomes the winner stands the chance of going home with Grand Prize of Brand New SUV Automobile with other consolation prizes said the Ifeanyi Oputa, Managing Director, Studio 24 Abuja.
Also speaking at a Press Conference in Abuja today, Edmond Tiwayah, National Coordinator for the brilliant initiative
said that aside from the test of physical fitness of the individual competitors, by just standing for as many hours they can think of, the competition also aims at building resilience spirit by helping to instill the rare sense of determination and dedication in achieving whatever these individuals set their minds to achieve in life.
“This competition is about survival, endurance and harnessing your power of resillience in achieving your desired goals in life” said Edmond.
On the number of individual competitors that could enter for the competition, Edmond said the competition would select up to 150 Nigerians, be it female or male, old or young.
“We are not discriminating on who to enter for the competition. It is open for all Nigerians across the nation”.
“As long as you have what it takes, which is your ability to stand on your two feet for long hours then you qualify to enter for the competition. he affirmed.
Tiwayah, however added that being medically fit, physically strong and emotionally balance would be an added advantage for anyone to emerge the winner at the forthcoming competition and equally stands a chance to hold the Guinness World Record for STANDING.
Entry and Registration portal will be opened for the “Last Man Standing competition” across Nigeria by the first week of September 2018.