Who is Hero Daniels the Come Play Naija Host 2022?
Hero Daniels is a Nigerian Comedian and TV host, he’s the current host ,of the Come Play Naija TV game show in Nigeria.
Here Daniel has featured in some comedy shows and series making him to standout as TV personality and host to several shows.
Here is an interview with Hero Daniels the host of the “Come Play Naija” Game show 2022.
Who is Hero Daniels?
I like to think I’m a very local man with a global appeal. If you ever want to kidnap me, just give me fried dodo with ewagoin and I’ll pay the ransom. I also love telling jokes, but I never joke with my bag.
Why did you take on the role of host on Come Play Naija?
Unemployment motivated me …just kidding. I am a huge fan of game shows, and what better platform is there to host a game show than on DStv and GOtv!
Is this the first TV game show you are hosting?
This is the first game show I am hosting on this scale. I’ve held several hosting roles with Ebonylife TV and Linda Ikeji TV. In 2016, I hosted Africa’s biggest carnival (Calabar Carnival) for ELTV. In 2017 and was selected to represent Nigeria at TLC’s Next great presenter search held in South Africa and organized by TLC Africa.
In 2018, I hosted one of Nigeria’s most rated satirical TV shows, The report Card. The show was consistently on YouTube trend table for 13 weeks, peaking number 1 on Week 7.
In 2019, I was selected as the host of Nigeria’s foremost science quiz competition, InterswitchSPAK which runs till date.
Also, at the beginning of the pandemic lockdown, I produced and hosted the Isolation Games, an online game show set to engage people on lockdown even as the world united to fight Covid-19. It featured guests and viewers from over 5 continents. However, Come Play Naija is on a much larger scale and an Africa Magic original! So, It’s “Hoooooogggggee”
What are some of the things viewers should expect from the show?
Viewers should expect maximum engagement. It’s a variety game show. So, different interesting games will be played consecutively, and they are so engaging that you wouldn’t take your eyes off the screen. But beyond the fun, MultiChoice Nigeria is also committed to enriching its subscribers. You can win money as either a participant or a viewer from the Home Play edition.
We have met Hero the comedian, what should we expect from Hero Daniels the host?
Hero the comedian and the TV host are pretty much the same. My personality wouldn’t change. I am just here to have fun while putting money in your pockets. In this economy, ‘urgent 2k’ is very much needed and Hero the TV host will guide you on your way to prosperity. It is a family- friendly game show; expect everyone to be entertained by my family-friendly self.
Is there anything else you would like to tell the viewers?
I’ll tell them to renew their DStv/GOtv subscriptions because their weekend is about to be lit. It doesn’t matter if you’re a baby boomer, millennial, or Gen-z, we will keep “SAPA” very far from you while you sit like a king/Queen that you are and be entertained.
Come Play Naija will air Thursdays and Fridays from 9pm and Saturdays from 7pm on Africa Magic Showcase, Urban and Family.
The show will run in five segments – ‘Trivia Time’, ‘Obstacle Course 1’, ‘Obstacle Course 2’, ‘Obstacle Course 3’, and ‘Spin the Wheel’. Each segment will require one or more team members to participate in the games that are valued from 400,000 Naira to 2,000,000 Naira. Up to 5 million Naira will be up for grabs on every episode.
Meanwhile, active and new DStv and GOtv customers stand a chance to win cash prizes with the ‘Home Play Edition’ on the show by predicting the winner of the Saturday live games. The first correct 40 predictions will win 50,000 Naira weekly. Download the MyDStv or MyGOtv apps to reconnect or use the USSD code *288#.
For more information on Come Play Naija and other Africa Magic programming, visit www.africamagic.tv. Follow the conversation on social media using the hashtag #AMComePlayNaija.
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