Muna Kwarya, MasterChef-style cooking show, launched by MAGGI in March 2021, is now in its second season with even more exciting prizes for the winners. 12 contestants comprising finalists from each of the zonal centers in Sokoto, Kano, Yola, Jos and Abuja are battling it out over stoves and pots for the first prize, a whooping N2,000,000:00 – Two million Naira.
Category Manager for Culinary in Nigeria, Nwando Ajene said that Muna Kwarya provides the opportunity and platform to showcase the best of Arewa culinary dexterity.
“We are offering a more attractive prize of N 2,000,000:00 – Two million Naira this year to attract the best young chefs and food enthusiats in Arewa land from age 18 to 30 years. The first runner up and the second runner up will go home with one million Naira and five hundred thousand Naira respectively. All the 12 contestants will each receive consolation prizes of hundred thousand Naira as well as a basket of MAGGI seasoning to continue to make delicious meals even after the contest.”
This season of Muna Kwarya has Mc Sophie as host while Mc Abdul (Tugens), Jamilah Lawal and Hapsy Ibrahim are serving as judges. The show will see two contestants evicted daily in the first three episodes while the remaining six contestants will contend for the coveted prizes in the final week.
Muna Kwarya is currently airing on Arewa TV & Dadinkowa, and Liberty TV every Saturday and Sunday. Viewers can also catch all the exciting episodes on all MAGGI online platforms – Instagram, Facebook and YouTube.
Muna Kwarya is one of the three regional cooking shows which form part of MAGGI’s Simply good commitment to raise awareness about healthy lifestyles, cooking and diets. The Maggi Cooking Shows aim to educate young people about the importance of home-cooking, the use of fresh ingredients, and the benefits of healthy nutrition.
MAGGI is an iconic brand from the stable of Nestlé, the good food, good life company committed to unlocking the power of food to enhance quality of life for everyone today and for generations to come.