Damaris Obi-Eke 19 year old emerged Winner of the Guinness Africa Special

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The Guinness Africa Special winner

Creativity pays a lot and feeds the tomorrow of the talented. If you ain’t talented then you are missing.
Talented dancer, Damaris Obi-Eke has emerged winner of the Guinness Africa Special #MoveWithSpecial competition after several weeks of an exciting search for young talented dancers.

The 19-year-old who is currently a 200 level student of UNIPORT excitedly spoke about her victory, describing it as an awesome experience that will she will cherish for a long time to come.

‘I’ve been dancing for four years and when I came across the competition, I just felt it would be a good opportunity to showcase my dance skills and also prove my ability to #MoveWithSpecial’.

Asked about her plans for dance, Damaris says,‘dance is what I have always wanted to do and I plan to be a professional dancer someday’.

As the winner of the competition, Damaris is now a proud winner of an iPad along with a dance scholarship with MonaDance Academy, one of the leading dance institutes in Port Harcourt.

The #MoveWithSpecial competition kicked off in April following the launch of Guinness Africa Special’s high energy TV commercial and Guinness gave consumers the opportunity to recreate their own dance steps via short videos showing off their ‘Special Moves’.
Guinness Africa Special was made by Africans for Africans. Young African and Nigerians designed the packaging and the liquid and talented young Nigerian graffiti artist Osa7 developed the advertising. This one is ours!
Guinness Africa Special is the distinct quality of Guinness with African herbs, at 5% alcohol, for a surprisingly light and refreshing taste. Try it now for only N200.
N.B: It is not for sale for persons under the age of 18. Please drink responsibly.

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