Miracle Wins Big Brother Naija 2018

Miracle Ikechukwu Igbokwe has emerged the winner of Big Brother Nigeria #BBNaija, reality show.

Miracle beats one of the most controversial housemates, Cee-C to win the ultimate grand prize of N25million cash, a brand new SUV among other prizes.

Miracle is a young pilot and also a model.

A total of 170 million votes were cast in the 85-day event, with 30 million votes coming in the final week of the show.

Also referred to as Fly Boy, Miracle won with over 38% of the entire votes cast.

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Hip Hop Star, Davido thrilled the fans at the live eviction show as he rendered his popular tracks LikeThat, FIA among others.

Tagged ‘Double Wahala’, the Big Brother 2018 reality show, came to an end on Sunday amidst social media hype with increased campaigns for housemates during the 85-day event.

The show started with a total number of 20 housemates.

The last five housemates were Cynthia Nwadiora (Cee-C) who emerged first runner-up, Tobi Bakre (Tobi) who emerged the second runner-up. Asogwa Alexandra Amuche Sandra (Alex) and Chinonso Nina (Nina) were evicted at the grand finale.

#BBNaija: I Am Not In A Relationship With Anto – Lolu    

An ex-housemate of Big Brother Nigeria 2018 Reality Show, Lolu Shomuyiwa, has thrown more light on his relationship with his fellow housemate, Anto Lecky.

Lolu and Anto are a favourite pair of some fans of the reality show with the hastag #Loto on social media. Lolu warmed his way into his heart of many fans when he managed a disagreement with Anto in a loving manner. In a video of the show which went viral, Lolu passionately pleaded with Anto to forgive and come back to him. This scene made fans love the duo more.

As a guest on Channels Television programme, Rubbing Minds on Sunday, Lolu, when asked what his fans should expect from his relationship with Anto said he is not in a relationship with Anto.

“First of all, I am not a in relationship with Anto. Second of all, Anto and I are really good friends. We have developed a friendship in the house and that will stay.

“In the event that anything would happen between myself and Anto, it will not be rushed, it will not be based on the fact that there are so many hastags and people contributing aso ebi money and cows (for the wedding).

“It will be solely out of the fact that we see ourselves taking that step,” Lolu explained.

He also spoke concerning one of the most popular housemate, Cee-C describing her as focused and misunderstood by many.

“Cee-C is a very interesting personality. She is very misunderstood. Cee-C is very sweet human being. She is focused. People will say she is myopic but she is stuctutred with the way she thinks. Cee-C says a lot of stuffs and doesn’t know the gravity of it,” Lolu said.

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The reality show which is tagged ‘Double Wahala’ comes to an end today and the social media is agog with increased campaigns for the last five housemates who made it to the final week.

The five housemates Tobi Bakre (Tobi), Asogwa Alexandra Amuche Sandra (Alex), Miracle Ikechukwu Igbokwe (Miracle), Chinonso Nina (Nina) and Cynthia Nwadiora (Cee-C) stand a chance at the ultimate grand prize of N20million cash and an SUV valued at N25million.

FG Directs NBC To Investigate Big Brother Nigeria Location Controversy

nbc-nigeriaThe Minister of Information and Culture, Mr Lai Mohammed, has asked the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) to investigate the circumstances surrounding the reported shooting of the ongoing Big Brother Nigeria Reality Show in South Africa.

In a statement in Abuja on Tuesday, the Minister said the NBC should determine whether Multi-Choice, by shooting the show in South Africa, has breached the Nigerian Broadcasting Code in any way, as well as the issue of possible deceit, since the viewing public was never told that the event would be staged outside Nigeria.

”As a country of laws, only the outcome of the investigation will determine our next line of action,” he said.

While expressing concerns that Nigerians have bombarded his office with calls to complain about what they regard as an anomaly (of shooting outside the country a show meant for Nigerians), he requested that they should remain calm while the NBC investigates the issue and submits its findings.