Voice Factory: One evicted contestant to be brought back

There is some good and bad news for the contestants of the Voice Factory who have been evicted.

The good news is that they have the chance to return to the competition; the bad news is that only one of them will return.

There is a poll running on Twitter and on Facebook for listeners to vote for who among the three evictees should be brought back.

To vote on Facebook, join the group, Citi Voice Factory Voting Booth. You will find the poll.

On this week’s edition, the judges were very impressed. K.K. Kabobo, one of the judges, said that all six were good to go into the finals.

This is the third week that the judges have had the chance to coach the contestants and they have not stopped praising the kind of talent that each contestant has.

Eviction on the Voice Factory

On Wednesday [August 3, 2016], the Voice Factory eviction show will be held on Citi FM’s Voice Factory.

Hosts Jessica Opare Saforo and Philip Ashon will announce which contestants are in the bottom three position and will then proceed to announce who will be evicted this week.

Listeners can vote for which contestant was their favorite on Facebook and on Twitter.

About the Voice Factory

The Voice Factory is a music talent hunt show that is broadcast live on Citi 97.3 FM every Sunday at 2pm. It is hosted by William Parker-Benin.

This edition is the third and it has been dubbed the gospel edition.

The six contestants who are currently on the show (Kakra Mills Robertson, Kwenorkie Adela, Ohenewa Williams, Natasha Odoi, Elizabeth Joseph and Godslove Cudjoe) are competing for the prize GHc 5000.

By: Jeffrey Owuraku Sarpong/citifmonline.com/Ghana

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