How to Be a Contestant

How to Apply
  1. You are required to complete your profile via the website which include personal details alongside a studio photo shoot of portrait picture.
  2. Pay the registration fee of N3000 only as an individual participant or N5000 for a group participant respectively through a bank transfer or online payment to our official designated account only.
  3. Click the register page on the website to fill in your details of payment and proceed to register.
  4. Upon the confirmation of registration, you start the journey to your success by accumulating points. Click to know details
  5. Applicants who have submitted valid application and meet necessary requirements only will be invited for the auditioning.
  6. The completion of an application does not guarantee that an applicant will receive an audition or participate in the competition.
  7. You must be resident in Nigeria with a valid form of identification. You will provide us with documentation in order to substantiate your age.
  8. If you are under 18 years of age:a ) You must obtain the permission of your parent or legal guardians before applyingb ) You must be accompanied by your parents or legal guardians at the audition. Proof of age will be required at the audition.
  9. You must notify producer in advance if you intend to:a) Perform physical or dangerous stunts, explaining the full nature of the stuntb) Use any form of equipment required as part of your act. You will be responsible for bringing such equipment (provided it is suitable for the audition location) and are responsible for ensuring that such equipment is safe and suitable for its purposes. Pyrotechnics not allowed.

Accumulate Points

  1. Tell someone about Project60 and make sure the person registers. Remember to ask your referrals to input your referral code on their registration board for you to accumulate points. For every referrals, their is a point,
  2. If you are one of the first 100 participant to register, it will earn you some point
  3. Write a beautiful speech about “Nigeria@60” not more than 150 words in English
  4. Click here to register.