Meet the eight Talented Kidz Season 10 finalists

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The stage is now set for the grand finale of the most sought-after children’s television reality show in the country, Talented Kidz, by TV3. From 26 contestants have emerged the real boys and girls – the eight finalists – who will on Sunday evening battle it out for the coveted prize and the bragging right as the ‘most talented kid’ for the year 2019. Stonebwoy, Kuami Eugene to thrill patrons at Talented Kidz finale On the table for the night is a 10,000-cedi cash prize, a 15, 000-cedi educational fund, an all-expenses paid trip to the United Kingdom, as well as souvenirs from sponsors. And up for this mouth-watering prize are Ebenezer Oppong Asare, Gershon Edem Gaddah, Irene Asiwomeh Adoku, Nakeeyat Sam Dramani, Nene Kwadwo, Prince Okyere, Shirley Okyere and Torday Dancers. But who are these kids who have dazzled thousands of television viewers and studio audience in the last 13 weeks? Gershon Edem Gaddah (SconzyGH) [caption id="attachment_123436" align="aligncenter" width="696"] SconzyGH[/caption] Performing under the stage name, SconzyGH, the 12-year-old from Anfoega in the Volta Region of Ghana is a student of Climax International School in Ashaiman Official Town. SconzyGH loves dancehall and rap music, and has distinguished himself throughout the competition to justify his inclusion in the final event. He is a fun of award-winning dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy, whose songs he has performed a couple of times. Prince Okyere [caption id="attachment_120509" align="aligncenter" width="648"] Singer, Prince Okyere[/caption] Call him the ‘little keyboardist’ and you won’t be wrong. The 12-year-old Prince from Kwame Duokrom in the Ashanti Region plays the keyboard to the admiration to many. Not only is he good  at the keyboard, he knows his music and loves to sing as has he has demonstrated in the past weeks. Prince is a student of Anamon Hyeren Standard School in Obuasi. Irene Asiwomeh Adoku [caption id="attachment_120518" align="aligncenter" width="648"] Irene the Saxophonist[/caption] Saxophonist, Irene Asiwomeh Adoku is a 12-year-old student at the Airport Police School. When she’s on her sax, mehn! She’s really a delight to watch and listen to as she dishes some cool, soothing and lovely Jazz songs. The girl who hails from Dzodze in the Volta Region also loves to dance. Irene speaks Twi, English and Ewe. Phronesis Nene Kwadwo Sackitey [caption id="attachment_123443" align="alignnone" width="696"] Saxophonist, Nene[/caption] Nene the Saxophonist is a 10-year-old boy from Odumase Krobo in the Eastern Region who loves playing the saxophone, keyboard and the drum set. Phronesis speaks Twi, Krobo and English. Torday dancers [caption id="attachment_122645" align="aligncenter" width="655"] Torday dancers[/caption] Torday is a six-member dance crew from different backgrounds who share a common interest in dancing. They have been dancing together for years. They are fluent in English and Ga. Nakeeyat Sam Dramani [caption id="attachment_120519" align="aligncenter" width="659"] Nakeeyat[/caption] She is a 7-year-old-poet who enjoys reading. The Pank Baby College pupil from Cape Coast in the Central Region has never stopped wowing her audience with well-crafted performances filled with wisdom. She speaks Hausa, Fanti and English. Shirley Okyere [caption id="attachment_119192" align="aligncenter" width="648"] Shirley[/caption] The 12-year-old singer is from Aburi in the Eastern Region and a student of Holy Alpha Academy in Lapaz. She loves to sing, and she enjoys listening to singer, Adina Thembi. Shirley is fluent in Twi, Ewe and English Ebenezer Oppong Asare [caption id="attachment_123442" align="aligncenter" width="696"] Ebenezer[/caption] Ebenezer Oppong Asare is an 11-year old boy from Dunkwaw-On-Offin in the Central Region. He loves to dance and speaks Twi. By 3news.com|Ghana]]>

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