E-Wallet organisers are relooking at the talent show following a public outcry on how judges arrived at the winner of the just-ended edition.
Both the press and the social media has been awash with devastating comments as well as constructive criticism since Wakhumbachi Kaluwa was crowned the winner of the 2012 episode last month.
E-Wallet organising chairperson Felix Njawala said he has been following the wave with keen interest, hinting he will adopt some of the contributions from those that want to see E-Wallet prosper.
“Not all suggestions will be taken on board because every competition has got rules and regulations. So we will only take what will improve the show,” said Njawala.
He said they would look into the voting pattern, regional representation, communication, eviction and the possibility of holding the show in the afternoon.
“Some seem not aware of the competition’s rules. In the 2013 edition, we will try to clarify this prior to the grand launch,” he said.
Amid the mixed reaction, some sections of the society feel second-placed youngster Taonga Kanthungo outclassed Kalua.