All roads lead to Sunbird Capital on Sunday to witness the final of the E-Wallet singing competition.
There are five talented contestants battling it out for the grand prize of a Nissan Tiida.
Shanice Tandwe, Eunice Mhango, Kelvin Zalimba, Jeremiah Chikhwaza and Sigele Akimu are contenders for the prized asset.
In separate interviews, the contestants said they were set for the battle, with each one of them confident to grab the car and impress at the final stages of the show.
Tandwe said she is eagerly waiting for the day.
“This is the day I have been waiting for and I thank my fans and relatives for the support they rendered to me throughout the competition. They come and watch the action,” said Tandwe.
Chikhwaza said the journey has been amazing and full of lessons that will finally yield better results come Sunday.
“It feels good to qualify for the grand finale because it shows that I deserve to win,” se said.
Mhango expressed optimism that she will carry the day because that is what she has been looking forward to.
“I have dedicated myself to the competition and I will fight until the last drop,” she said.
Zalimba said slipping into E-Wallet gave him hope to drive Nissan Tiida.
“I believe that the car is mine. I need to win because I know that I be done my best,” he said.
Akimu said time has come for her hard work to yield results.
“I don’t take chances. I worked hard throughout the competition and time has come to yield results,”
Official partner of E-Wallet singing competition Zodiak broadcasting station (ZBS) said they are proud to associate themselves with the initiative.
“We a Malawian broadcaster which cherishes local talent and we wish every contestant of E-Wallet good luck as they are going into finals,” said ZBS managing director Gospel Kazako.
E-Wallet chairperson Felix Njawala said all is set for the final. n