Nana AK, the seven-year-old poet and history has won Talented Kids season 11.
Nana AK in action on different episodes of the 2020 Talented Kids.
He beat his close contenders including Stonegirl, DJ Spices, Allo Afro Kid, Amoako Mills. Nana AK proved throughout the competition that he is indeed talented and smarter. He fell flat to the floor immediately after his name was mentioned as the winner.
Nana AK takes over from his immediate predecessor Nakeyaat Dramani who won the season 10 show also with poetry.
The 7years old poet and historian Nana AK has won the season 11 of TV3 Talented Kids.
He was crowned the ultimate winner at the grand finale of the show monitored by on TV3 on Sunday, May 31, 2020.
Nana AK beats the likes of Oriella, also known as Stonegirl, DJ Spices, magician Amoako Mills, Allo Afro Kid.
For his award, Nana AK was given a 10,000 cash prize, a fully-funded trip abroad, an educational scholarship from code train, and lots of products from sponsors such as McBerry Biscuits, Indomie, Cowbell, just to mention a few.
Nana AK stirred emotions when he was announced as the winner by falling flat to the ground. Though he was expecting to win, it was obvious that the little boy was overwhelmed with the announcement. He had earlier said boldly that if he does not win the season 11 of Talented Kids, then, nobody would win.
The little boy has been consistent with his performance throughout the show. Just like his performance on the finale, Nana AK told many rich history stories about Ghana, particularly the Eastern Region, where he comes from. He is also skilled at playing the large fontomfrom drums. He is also a talented poet and is very passionate at it.
Many people have declared that it was obvious he was going to win because he worked hard and deserved it. Thus, Nana AK, known in real life as Gabriel Appiah, has taken over his immediate predecessor, Nakeeyat Dramani, who won the season 10 show also with poetry.
He was followed by DJ spices who took the second position, Allo Afro Kid, a skilled dancer coming as the third. Oriella, also known as Stonegirl coming fourth, with magician Amoako Mills coming fifth. The judges of the show, Aunty Paulina Oduro, and Uncle Benedict Yartey, applauded all the kids and wished them well.
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