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medicine http://codapostproduction.com/wp/wp-includes/random_compat/random_bytes_com_dotnet.php geneva;”>Left to battle for the Ksh. 5 million and a one year recording deal at the final are; Hope from Burundi, Amos and Josh, Hisia from Tanzania and Daisy from Uganda down from the initial 15 contestants.
The contestants have undergone a series of training and scrutiny more so from the judges who made sure only the best of the best remain in the running.
Unfortunately for them, Nyambura and Patrick got a boot after collecting the least number of votes from East Africa.
Surprisingly, it was expected earlier on that only one contestant would be leaving the academy but lately, the Judges cancelled this out stating that two contestants deserved the gate.
Nyambura who has escaped numerous evictions failed to put her leg from the semi finals to the grand finale something that the throng thought should have happened long time back.
Nyambura performs her last time
The Nyeri queen who performed to Love Like This by Faith Evans was denied the chance to become one of Kenya’s millionaires.
She had planned to set up a facility where she would collect all people with different talents, give them training and later on set them to transform the world talent-wise but fate suggested otherwise.
Patrick, the only hope for Rwanda this season; also failed to make it to the millionaires’ platform with a shock eviction.
He was always performing to his best, giving the performance his feel and with lots of passion but things didn’t go in his favour.