From Fred Itua, Abuja
New winners of the AfroZons Dubai Soundoff Giveaway have emerged from across the globe.
Over 70 free packages have been provided to lucky Afrobeat fans, who had the chance to win this unique opportunity to see Dubai, courtesy of their local AfroZons radio show hosts and sponsored by Dubai’s Department for Economy and Tourism (DET).
So far, winners have emerged from The Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, Zambia, Tanzania, Uganda, United Kingdom, United States of America and Angola.
The expected winners, who will have the opportunity to travel with a partner, will get two return tickets, accommodation, tickets to Expo 2020, access to the exclusive Afrobeat Desert Safari Party and all activities linked to the Soundoff.
Popular Afrobeat sensation, D’Banj, who was the first artist to put an Afrobeat song in the United Kingdom top 10 with his single “Oliver Twist”, has promised visitors a memorable experience and has hinted at many more surprises during the Soundoff experience.
D’Banj who has been on various radio stations, promoting the rare opportunity, revealed his connection with Dubai.
According to the award-winning artist, Dubai has inspired him in various ways. He said he got the inspiration for his soon to-be launched self-named perfume, from Dubai.
‘It’s also where, on my first visit, I met my good friend and mentor, Kanye West,’ he said, adding that ‘things just got better for me. Now you can’t write my story without mentioning Dubai in it.’
The Soundoff which is slated to hold from the 3rd to 9th of March 2022 promises to be fun packed. Packages, which are fast selling, are limited and heavily discounted.
The official website for the Soundoff is www.afrozonsdxb.com. The website hosts further information on the ways to join D’Banj, Radio Hosts and the Celebrities at the Afrozons Dubai Soundoff. It also has all the information that you’ll need on the discounted packages for travel to Dubai.
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