Rewina Juduh Wins SHINE Season II Singing Competition

first_imgThe results are out! The highly competitive SHINE Season II Singing Competition finally has a winner. The formidable Rewina Juduh emerged as the winner walking away with a check of L$150,000. Juduh beat 16 contestants to clinch the prize. Other winners were Ms. Grace Klayee, 1st Runner-up, and Mr. Gustav E. Doe, 2nd Runner-up. SHINE is a gospel talent hunt brought to us by Shabbach Production. It hopes to inspire, develop and sell young talents to the world. The CEO for this unique program is Mr. Varney Qualah.The Program was held on November 30, 2015 at the Bethel Cathedral in Congo Town, Monrovia.Contestants were drawn from different churches and went through three rigorous phases: Intro, Semifinal and Final. Throughout the three phases, Ms. Juduh maintained her composure to emerge the overall winner.The seven that made it through to the grand final were: Mr. Gustav E. Doe as contestant #2 of the Bethel Cathedral Church; Mr. Calvin L.S. Elton as contestant #4 of the Providence Baptist Church; Ms. Grace Klayee as contestant #10 of the Jubilee Praise Center; Ms. Kenrusha E. Awadjie as contestant #11 of the St. Kizito Catholic Church; Ms. Marcia T. Allison as contestant #12 of the Jubilee Praise Center; Ms. Rewina Juduh as contestant # 13 of the Greater Refuge Temple Church; and Mr. Christian F. Quire as contestant # 14 of the Duazon United Methodist Church. At the close of the program on Monday, November 30, 2015, members of the Greater Refuge Temple (GRT) church gathered at the Bethel Cathedral to celebrate Rewina Juduh, or Win as she is affectionally known by her friends, family and fans, on her greatest achievement with songs of praise and worship. Win expressed thanks and her gratefulness to Almighty God for His favor upon her life. She also thanked Bishop Dr. Nathaniel N. Zarway and the GRT family for always being there for her. Bishop Zarway made a declaration the Sunday before the program that: “Win must win!” Everyone started repeating the declaration.Show organizer, Varney Qualah, expressed thanks to every contestant and person that attended the program, from the initiative stage to the closing. “The road is not to the swift, but he that endures to the end,” he said while encouraging the contestants. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more


first_imgOne of Donegal’s best-known service stations is to officially reopen its doors tomorrow with the creation of 35 new jobs.The Dry Arch Complex in Letterkenny has been given a complete facelift and with it a ringing endorsement of a welcome new business chapter.The complex reopens its doors with the Texaco brand and Mace and the return of the Route 56 deli/diner, full off-license, bar and lounge. The reopening again provides a 24 hour service station for the people of the northwest and in the gateway town.The new complex has been undertaken by well-known Brogan brothers, Brian and Ciaran.Brian Brogan of the Dry Arch Complex says they delighted with how the refurbishment of the complex has turned out.“We would like to thank our staff and construction team who have done such an excellent job in getting the building ready to do business again and the huge loyal support that we have been getting from our customers since we opened. “A great team has been put together here and we’re looking forward to the official opening on Saturday 20th October and to welcome everyone along especially our guest Sam Maguire and Donegal players from the winning All Ireland Football Team,” he said.As well as the obvious addition of a petrol station and diner to the town, the creation of 35 jobs has been welcomed during tough economic times. WELL-KNOWN SERVICE STATION TO REOPEN WITH 35 JOBS was last modified: October 19th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:dinerDry ARch Complex. Brian Brogenreopenslast_img read more