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Seychelles on Kopi Kolé




Left- Right Nathalie Didon Deputy Chief Executive of Seychelles Tourism Board,  Hobiniaina Andriamparany, Miora Roger, presentor Kopi Kolé, Alain St.Ange Minister for Tourism and Culture, Nomenjanahary Samilahy  Joseph,  winner of Kopi Kolé, and the rest of TV Plus Madagascar crew.
Left- Right Nathalie Didon Deputy Chief Executive of Seychelles Tourism Board, Hobiniaina Andriamparany, Miora Roger, presentor Kopi Kolé, Alain St.Ange Minister for Tourism and Culture, Nomenjanahary Samilahy Joseph, winner of Kopi Kolé, and the rest of TV Plus Madagascar crew.
Seychelles will be featured in one of Madagascar most popular televised shows, Kopi Kolé. With more than 30.000.000 viewers Kopi Kolé reality show staged and broadcasted on TV Plus Madagascar attracted more than 5000 candidates in this year’s third edition.
From the month of June to September, the candidates battled on TV Plus Madagascar to secure a place in the grand finale with only 5 candidates remaining in the race. Nomenjanahary Samilahy Joseph, one of the winners of Kopi Kolé reality show and who walked away with a fabulous trip to Seychelles was recently in the country.
Winner of the People’s Choice award, Nomenjanahary Samilahy Joseph, imitated Koike, a native singer from the South of Madagascar, interpreting ‘Hiezaka’, one of Koike's famous songs.
From 2th – 6th December Hobiniaina Andriamparany, Miora Roger, presentor of Kopi Kolé, a cameraman and a sound man took Nomenjanahary Samilahy Joseph  to the island’s most amazing spots on Mahe and Praslin and filmed his entire journey. He also had some fascinating encounters with the country’s highest government officials, including Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister for Tourism and Culture and Nathalie Didon, Deputy Chief Executive of Seychelles Tourism Board.
On their first day of their trip in Seychelles, TV Plus Madagascar was welcomed in the minister’s office for a courtesy call. Hobiniaina AndriamparanyMiora Roger, said ‘’it is the first time that the winner of the show is welcomed by a high government official’’. She was moved by the welcome and thanked Seychelles Tourism Board for assisting TV Plus Madagascar and the winner, while they were in Seychelles.
Minister St.Ange welcomed the group in Seychelles, saying the “ Islands have so much to offer visitors”. Shots of Nomenjanahary Samilahy Joseph’s visit in Seychelles will be broadcasted in the fourth edition of  Kopi Kolé Reality show schedule for 2016. Kopi Kolé can also be viewed on You Tube, Canal Plus and Canal Sat in the Indian Ocean and is a clear sign that the concept of the Vanilla islands is bringing the islands more together.





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