The auditions of Atinka Media Village’s flagship event, ‘Di Asa’ season three has come to an end after running through 15 regions out of the 16 across the country.
The auditions which started at Kwahu in the Eastern Region during Easter ended last Saturday at Damango in the Savannah region.
It has been recorded the first event that has completed its auditions throughout the country with the largest number of contestants.
The Di Asa season three which had 36 auditions went through Greater Accra Region, Eastern, Volta, Oti, Ashanti, Bono East, Ahafo, Bono, Western, Western North, Central, Upper East, North East, Northern and the Savannah Region.
Greater Accra had nine plus size women qualifying, the Ashanti Region recorded five, Central had five, while Bono East had two representatives.
At the Ahafo Region, two plus size women qualified, the Bono Region had two qualifiers while the Western North Region also recorded two.
The Volta Region qualified two, Oti Region recorded two, with the Eastern Region having four representatives.
For the Western Region, six women qualified, two qualified at the Upper East Region with two qualifying at the Northern Region.
Meanwhile, the North East had two representatives, with the Savannah Region recording three plus size women.
At the end of the auditions, 50 plus size were selected to participate in the main competition.
They are to converge in Accra soon for the competition.
However, all those who qualified in the central, western, Ashanti, Northern, North East, Upper East will all be conveyed to Accra via aeroplane while those in the regions without airports are conveyed via buses.
The competition, will then follow as soon as they enter the Di Asa season three house which has already been prepared for them.
In an interview with the Managing Director of AMV, Mr Albert Kwabena Dwumfour, he assured the public of an improved version of the award winning show.
He also stated that the AMV will not relent on its efforts to deliver quality education and entertainment on all its platforms.
“Di Asa as an award winning which has come to stay. Season one was great, season two was greater but the season three promises to be mammoth and we are encouraging the public to watch out for a greater version of the show,” he said.
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