Season seven of MTN’s Project Fame is in motion with eighteen contestants with three representing Ghana.

CHRISTIAN K. AMOAH,RAUHEL HALIDU YAKUBU (LAAMI) and CLEMENT AKUOKO will be representing Ghana in the Project Fame house.

This year’s competition will be aired on TV3 every Thursday at 5PM and Sundays at 10.30PM.

CHRISTIAN K. AMOAH is a 27-year-old man with a unique voice from Ghana. He is also training as a Sound Engineer.

He has made several attempts to get into Project Fame Academy and now he is finally living his dreams. Life has been a little rough for him as he grew from a very humble family. He has also lost a dear friend in times past but in it all he has learnt to find succour in music through singing and playing of his guitar. Having done some stints of commercial music here and there, he hopes to get in to the Academy and win big.


RAUHEL HALIDU YAKUBU (LAAMI) is a 24-year-old Kumasi-born beauty. She auditioned in the last three seasons and now deeply grateful for coming this far. She auditioned in both Accra and Kumasi just in a bid to have a chance in the competition

She is the first of 5 children; her grandmother raised her and this molded her into being an independent, disciplined and amiable young woman who loves to be happy and make other people happy.

She has the heart of a philanthropist and desires to make an impact in Ghana by lending voice to the voiceless.

Due to her upbringing, she fears rejection and failure. She eagerly awaits the various training awaiting her in Project Fame Academy.

She’s determined to win this competition and make Ghana proud.

Rauhel is a graduate of Islamic University, East Legon.



The most popular stereotype for an “only child” is that he is spoilt. Meet Clement, the exception to the rule. He is an only child but he is not spoilt, neither is he selfish. As a matter of fact, his guiding principle for life is “serve & respect people, and you will get the same back.”

The 18-year-old high school graduate is interested in nature, and good music. His hobbies are singing and swimming. He is a quiet person, who sometimes likes to be alone. Clement is wise beyond his years, a level- headed young man, who although has access to the good things of life, but was quick to grow a giving heart.

Clement hopes to be the first Project Fame winner from Ghana, he believes he can make this happen because he is a fast learner. He is confident this will help him in the competition as he would pick up every single thing he is being taught at the Academy and make the best use of them. He also thinks relating with the other contestants in the house would be smooth because he would try as much as possible not to offend anybody.


CREDIT: MTN Project Fame West Africa

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