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Extra incentive to vote in Talanta Mtaani show

Friday December 15 2017

Dafabet's Head of Business Development in Kenya Chris Harleys (left), Shabana secretary general Peter Omwendo (centre) and Bavon Nyamweya  display a branded Shabana jersey after the two launched a partnership in Nairobi on August 24, 2017. PHOTO | MARTIN MUKANGU |

Dafabet's Head of Business Development in Kenya Chris Harleys (left), Shabana secretary general Peter Omwendo (centre) and Bavon Nyamweya display a branded Shabana jersey after the two launched a partnership in Nairobi on August 24, 2017. PHOTO | MARTIN MUKANGU |  NATION MEDIA GROUP

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Voters in the Triple P/Talanta Mtaani show now stand a chance of winning an iPhone X, organisers of the music talent search group in Kenyan hoods in partnership with betting firm Dafabet, have announced.

The latest episode of the Triple P/Talanta Mtaani show brings together 17 finalists, both individual and group entries of upcoming Kenyan musicians and artists.

The entry of giant gaming firm Dafabet has given the voting an extra incentive as voters can win cash prizes by betting on an individual or a group one feels stands the chance of emerging the winner.

Each individual and group has been assigned odds and with a Sh100 bet, one stands a chance to win cash should the artist emerge the winner.

TESLA is currently the favourite with odds of 1.33. However, there is always the surprise element in every talent search show.

Chris Harley, Head of Business Development of Dafabet said: “We have partnered with Triple P to offer the Kenyan public something different. Ever since we launched in Kenya we have aimed to offer a localised product and we have kept to our word by giving Kenyans a chance to vote on who they think will win Talanta Mtaani.”

“We believe in that, by partnering with Dafabet, we can give our fans the chance to add a bit of excitement to the show. Why shouldn’t they be able to bet and have the chance to win a bit of cash whilst cheering on their favourite artists?” Maurice Okoth, Founder and CEO of CIPLAR International said.