Are you tired of having unnecessary apps which add no value to your life on your phone? Well you can now delete those apps and free up some space for an app which can make you some cool dough. MTN has developed a Who Wants to Be A Millionaire Nigeria (WWTBAM) app which is available on the Google Play Store for free and will also be coming to Facebook in a few weeks time
The app gives players the opportunity to win cash prizes on a weekly and/or monthly basis, it also provides an opportunity for you to be able to get on the hot seat and stand a chance to win up to 10 million Naira as the top weekly and monthly players will be invited to the WWTBAM studio to be among the contestants for the Fastest Finger First competition. An online version of the game with all the features in this app has been available for quite some time now.
Media Director for Ultima Limited -producers of the show, Mr Olumide Akinlabi announced this last weekend at a media chat with members of the press, he stated that the introduction of the mobile and Facebook app was long overdue and will give more Nigerians the opportunity to test their knowledge and win money in the process.
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Nigeria is a part of the International Who Wants To Be A Millionaire franchise. It first aired on the central Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) channel on the 8th of October 2004.WWTBAM is presently in its 15th season and is aired every Sunday on Nigerian Television stations and has been hosted by Frank Edoho since its inception.
Aroma Ufodike became the first person to win the highest sum of ten million Naira on September 11, 2009 and is still the only one who has won the top prize on the game show.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire is an international franchise which was started in Great Britain in 1998 by David Briggs, Mike Whitehill and Steven Knight. It is now owned and licensed by Sony Pictures Television and in Britain where it originated the largest cash prize is one million pounds, the largest prize money varies from country to country. About 160 countries worldwide currently have their own versions of the game show.