Speaking to O’town Gist, the CEO of Diamond Dice Intl’ Ventures, Miss Elizabeth Sagbe, said the event will go a long way in restoring the fading glory of our culture in Nigeria. Although the contestants are few compared to the population of Nigeria, she still insisted that the change will have to start somewhere and Culture Quest Nigeria 2012 will complement efforts by other organizations to see that our culture does not fade away especially among the younger generation.
The programme has 25 contestants whom through eviction, will be narrowed down to 10 after three days of camping.
Seminars have been lined up to educate the contestants as well as tasks, which will be carried out according to the states they are representing.
How well a contestant does through the seminars, tasks, composure, and other criteria determines who makes it to the first 10 that will proceed to the grand finale on Saturday.
Features for the grand finale include raffle draw, dance, chorography, performances by artistes like One more Night, P-tech, The Angels and fashion exhibition by the last 10 models to get the winner who will be crowned Culture Queen Nigeria 2012, while the first and second runners-up will be crowned Culture Queen Nigeria Virtue 2012 and Culture Queen Nigeria Green land 2012 respectively.