By Chinonso Ihekire May 21, 2022 | 4:13 am After gaining success in 52 African countries, Zee World dance competition, Dance Naija Dance, is giving rise to new dreams and aspirations for talented individuals. At the end of the audition stages, the competition is expected to start with 16 finalists from countries as they all jostle for the grand prize of N5 million. Having achieved success in 52 African countries, the Zee World dance competition, Dance Naija Dance, gives birth to new dreams and aspirations for talented individuals. all are jostling for the grand prize of 5 million naira. The dance performance is a fusion of Nigerian-Indian dance routines, with the aim of uniting the two cultures through music, dance, color and diversity. Since its inception, Zee World has stolen the hearts of millions of Nigerians with its Bollywood soap operas, and now it aims to capitalize on its efforts with its pan-African cross-country fusion dance challenge, Dance Africa Dance in 2021, and the Dance Naija Competition. dance. The competition will be anchored by a mix of personalities and dancers from Nollywood and Bollywood. These include hosts Hero Daniels and Pelumi Buari; Choreographers/mentors Sashin Kandhai and Kenneth Agabata, while Kunle Remi and Uraysha Ramrachia will serve as judges. With the reality competition set to begin airing in August, production has begun for the top 16 finalists selected from over 350 entries across Nigeria. Dance Naija Dance will be broadcast in 52 countries in Africa and the Indian Ocean islands. Speaking at the announcement, Managing Director (CEO), CEO of ZEE Africa (Sub-Saharan Africa and Indian Ocean Islands), Somnath Malakar said, “Knowing full well how important Zee World is to family entertainment needs in Nigeria, we have taken steps to ensure that we always deliver. There is a deep love for Zee World among Nigerians and Zee World has become part of our way of life. Presenting this show is the ‘one of our ways to thank Nigerians for all the love they have shown us over the years. Nigerians are known for their amazing dancing skills. Latest NOW The Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG) has highlighted the need dialogue as a tool to address the economic and political challenges facing the country he the ticket of his party and wins the general election. 36 minutes ago, Sunday Dare, Nigeria’s Minister of Youth and Sports Development, will welcome members of the victorious Flying Eagles team at the WAFU U20 tournament and the conquering scrabble team at the East African Championships West in Abuja on Monday. The Flying Eagles beat Benin 3-1 in Friday’s final of the WAFU tournament in Niamey, Niger Republic,… there is pain in the country. There is confusion, uncertainty and tension in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) as it has again postponed the dates of its primaries for the 2023 general election.