Nigerians can’t get enough of the country’s biggest and boldest reality TV show… and so after five brilliant years searching for men and women with intellect, determination and guts: it’s time for the Gulder Ultimate Search 6!
It started at the mysterious Snake Island , and then moved to the meandering cold hills of Obudu. It was also NIFOR, at the very humid forest that houses the Oil palm research institute before we progressed to Shere hills in Jos Plateau State . Last year, the search was for the lost chronicles in Agwu Hills, Mmaku. This year’s search will be set within the undulating plains of the Omodo Forest in Ada , Osun State , and will to stretch man to the very limit of his endurance.
“You ain’t seen nothing yet,” the producers said at the press conference announcing the show last week.
They will be searching for the HORN OF VALOUR hidden in the hands of the beautiful guardian of the forest. It is believed that the secret message on the horn is the only solution that can change the world’s destiny. To find it, these men will battle nature and the wild… is Nigeria ready for this?!
Entry to the Search is free and the selection process will be rigorous and have a national spread. The application form is available on www.gulderultimatesearch.tv
If you want to register, closing date is 11 June 2009, so register now viathe website http://www.gulderultimatesearch.tv; but if you just want all that juicy detail on this year’s show; the website is still the place to go.
The Ultimate Man/Woman who finds the Horn of Valour will exchange it for a cash prize of N7million (seven million Naira), a wardrobe allowance of =N=500,000 and a Brand New SUV. Other searchers will receive cash reward from 500, 000 upwards. And the last woman standing still gets the big N1, 000, 000 reward!
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