BBNaija: Miracle receives N25m cash prize, SUV

Winner of 2018 Big Brother Naija TV show, Miracle Ikechukwu

Winner of the 2018 Big Brother Naija, Reality TV Show, Miracle Ikechukwu was on Monday presented with his prizes from the TV show.

The presentation was made at during a press conference at the MultiChoice Nigeria office, in Victoria Island, Lagos.

The presentation was witnessed by other Big Brother Naija 2018 housemates who also received DStv explora decoders and a free DStv premium subscription for a year.

Among Miracle’s prizes was a cheque of N25 million, a Sport Utility Vehicle, SUV, a voucher for an all-expense-paid trip for two, and a premium home entertainment system.

Miracle emerged the winner after he got the highest number of votes beating other finalists; Cee-C, Tobi, Alex and Nina.

Speaking about his experience in the Big Brother house, Miracle said his success was not as a result of hard work, but “miracle gave me victory at the show.”

At the presentation ceremony, Managing Director, MultiChoice Nigeria, John Ugbe, said” “MultiChoice remains at the forefront of empowering the Nigerian youths in all areas of the creative industry.

“Miracle is an example of the young, enterprising, resourceful, innovative and ambitious Nigerian youth.

“A trained pilot, his sojourn in the Big Brother house was an entertaining and endearing one as he won the hearts of viewers in Nigeria and across Africa.

“We are pleased to present him with his prizes today, even as we continue to support him in his future endeavours.”

Also, the Regional Director, M-Net West Africa, Wangi Mba-Uzoukwu, said: “The Big Brother provides the necessary spark to kick-start the careers of the contestants.

“Though Miracle has deservedly emerged as the winner, we cannot ignore the fact all 20 housemates played the game and entertained Nigerians.

“They have all been given a platform to pursue different endeavors courtesy Big Brother and we can only salute their drive even as we pledge to continue to support their quest for success,” Mba-Uzoukwu said.

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