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with thousands of people thronging to the national theater to support their fans. The show which started with choreography from all 13 contestants, ended with the crowning of Kwame Mifetu as the Amazing Child for season two.

It was a day of fun and good music from all 13 finalists at the national theatre on Saturday. The thirteen finalists thrilled the audience with their performances and activities. The finalists did their best to exhibit our culture and heritage through dancing, singing and acting.

The first round of performance saw the eviction of 7 people which left 6 of the contestants to battle for the crown. Though very competitive; Crystal Youngsters from Bishop Girls School emerged as second runner up, with young Sekyibea all the way from Elite School Complex in Oda emerging as 1st runner up. The crown for the Amazing Child season two went to a twelve year old Kwame mifetu from St. Micheals School Nungua. All three winners won mouth watering prizes including, a trip to South Africa,Scholarships,Cash and
products from sponsors,

Keeping up the momentum in the auditorium were also performances
from Gifty Osei,President Obour,and Akosua Adjapong. TV Africa would also like to say thank you to the sponsors of the even which include Indomie, Lele foods, 5star, Yammi Instant Garri Mix, NIIT, Manise Designs, Krafty Hospitality and also supported by Junior
Graphic,Young Blazer, Citi FM and Choice FM.

Look out for the third season of the Amazing reality show which promises to be bigger and better.
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