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Kenya’s next highlander finale; only one will remain standing

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IN ACTION! The struggle for Kenya's Islander challenge. Photo/Courtesy].

The search for William Lawson’s Next Highlander concludes this weekend, Saturday, 11th Dec 2021 at the Impala Grounds, where 50 would-be Highlanders will battle it out for the title of Kenya’s Next Highlander, Ksh. 500,000/- cash and an epic adventure worth a half million shillings.

William Lawson’s has been on the hunt to find the boldest, most rugged, unconventional man or woman, who defies the norm and lives life on his or her terms.

In true William Lawson’s style, the event will feature many unconventional activities where spectators will get a chance to showcase their highlander attitude and win instant prizes.

The activities will include axe shave, caber toss, barrelling, arm wrestling, hanging game, hook game and more.

They will also get to party with Eric Omondi and Amber Ray as they cheer on their favourites to win.

Following the capping of Kenya’s Next Highlander, Khaligraph Jones will kick off the after-party with a performance that will bring down the house.

300 participants

Over 3,000 Kenyans registered, ready to take on the challenge for a chance to be named Kenya’s Next Highlander.

William Lawson’s held gruelling pre-qualifier events at various outlets over the last two months to find the boldest highlanders who dare to take up the final challenge.

The 50 finalists will compete through a final set of challenges to be capped Kenya’s Next Highlander.

They will go through two rounds of elimination and the final 10 highlanders will compete through a tough obstacle course to win the title and grand prize.

[Some of the Islanders to-be posing for a photo after gruel;ling challenge. Photo/courtesy].

Speaking about the Next Highlander finale, Paul Maina, Bacardi Area Manager for East Africa said, “We have been searching for Kenya’s Next Highlander, someone bold but not arrogant, daring but not anarchic; challenging them to show their grit for a shot at the title. William Lawson’s believes in living life on your terms. We found many Kenyans who defy the norm and make their own rules, who took up the challenge. We look forward to seeing who among the chosen will remain standing.”