Big Brother Naija reality show on Sunday, added the list of winners after the ‘Shine Ya Eye’ edition of the show was concluded following 72 days of drama in the house.
The reality show in the past few years has produced six winners who are doing well in their chosen line of business and industry.
The likes of Katung Aduwak who won the first edition of the show, Efe Ejeba, Miracle Igbokwe and many others know what it feels like to be winners of the highly streamed show.
Whitemoney on Sunday joined the list of winners after clinching a grand prize of 90 million Naira after defeating Liquorose during the live eviction show.
Naija News has deemed it fit to share with its audience the past winners of the reality show:
1. Katung Aduwak: He won the first edition of the Big Brother Nigeria reality TV show aired between March 5 and June 4, 2006.
Aduwak is from Zonkwa, Kaduna State, and is a scriptwriter, producer and director as well as a graduate of Political Science.
2. Michael Ejeba: The reality star popularly known as Efe won the second edition of the show.
Efe who was born February 25, 1993, is a Nigerian singer, media personality, songwriter, and rapper.
3. Miracle Igbokwe: The pilot won season 3 of the Big Brother Naija reality TV show.
Miracle received 25 million Naira cash, a Hyundai SUV, and a trip to an exotic location for two people.
4. Mercy Eke: The video vixen emerged as the winner of season 4 of Big Brother Naija in October 2019.
Mercy became the first woman to win the reality show and on March 14, 2020, she received the Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Award for Best Dressed Female.
5. Olamilekan Massoud Al-Khalifah Agbeleshebioba: The reality show star popularly known as Laycon won the Brother Naija season 5.
Laycon is a rapper, singer and songwriter and currently the youth ambassador of Ogun State, Nigeria since 6 October 2020.
6. Hazel Oyeze Onou: Big Brother Naija on Sunday declared Whitemoney as the winner of the ‘Shine Ya Eye’ edition of the reality show.
The reality show star clinched a grand prize of ₦90 million after defeating Liquorose who emerged as the first runner up and other housemates.
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