Efe wins BigBrotherNaija

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - Entertainment -

also won the least time in all Pay­porte games, while Bisola carted away the prize for hav­ing the best ONE cam­paign pre­sen­ta­tion for the ed­u­ca­tion of the girl-child. TBoss was pre­sented with a N500 000 (ap­prox­i­mately $1 600) cheque and Bisola will join the ONE Cam­paign team in New York City for the girl-child ed­u­ca­tion at the United Na­tions.

The re­al­ity show, which be­gan in Jan­uary, was aimed at iden­ti­fy­ing, nur­tur­ing, and pro­mot­ing young tal­ent to a wide range of view­ers which cut across the African con­ti­nent.

Af­ter a 10-year hia­tus, the show was repack­aged to give more Nige­rian youths the op­por­tu­nity to show­case their tal­ent to the world. This year’s edi­tion was hosted by for­mer Big Brother Nige­ria housemate, Ebuka ObiUchendu and saw var­i­ous Nige­rian artistes performing. Mul­tiChoice Nige­ria man­ag­ing di­rec­tor, John Ugbe, speak­ing on the show’s fi­nale, said: “We’re par­tic­u­larly ex­cited about the fresh tal­ent the Big Brother Naija plat­form has birthed. “The buzz gen­er­ated by the show has demon­strated its suc­cess as a plat­form that seeks to cre­ate stars and pro­mote the spirit of en­trepreneur­ship of the Nige­rian youth. “We com­mend all the house­mates for their ex­cel­lent show­ing, en­durance and de­ter­mi­na­tion.” Cit­ing the fame and for­tune that the BBNaija plat­form pro­vides, Ugbe fur­ther urged all the house­mates to take a cue from the pos­i­tive ex­am­ples of past house­mates such as Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, Gideon Okeke, Katung Aduwak among others, in carv­ing a niche for them­selves in Nige­ria’s evolv­ing en­ter­tain­ment in­dus­try.

Big Brother Naija win­ner Efe

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