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Big Brother Naija, one of the biggest entertainment show in Nigeria and Africa, gives room for individuals to compete with themselves in which at the end, one of the participants who must have proven to be the best goes homes with some encouraging cash.

This show was first presnted in 2006. Which was called then Big Brother Nigeria. As time goes on, name was replaced with “Big Brother Naija”. Hence, the show has been subsequently repaired to the best taste along with the prizes for the winners.

See List Of All The Previous Winners Of Bbnaija from 2006 to date (2021)
1. Katung Aduwak – Winner of Big Brother Naija 2006 (Season 1)
2. Efe Ejeba – Winner of Big Brother Naija 2017 (Season 2)
3. Miracle Ikechukwu Igbokwe – Winner of Big Brother Naija 2018 ( Season 3)
4. Mercy Eke – Winner of Big Brother Naija 2019 (Season 4)
5. Olamilekan Moshood Agbeleshe (Laycon) – Winner of Big Brother Naija 2020 (Season 5)
6.Hazel Oyeye Onou (Whitemoney) – Winner of BBnaija 2021 (season 6)

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Katung Aduwak – Winner BBnaija 2006 (Season 1)
Katung Aduwak Won the first Big Brother Naija reality TV show in 2006. He hails from Zonkwa in Kaduna State, Nigeria. After completing his degree in Political Science from the University of Jos. At the age of 26, he entered the Big Brother Nigeria house and fortunately became the winner.
Furthering he dreams, went on to become a Scriptwriter and production assistant in which currently he has directed a few Nollywood Movies successfully and is presently married, with kids to Mrs. Raven Taylor.
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Efe Ejeba – Winner of BBnaija 2017 (Season 2)
The Season 2 of the Big Brother Naija was won by Efe Ejeba from Delta, Nigeria. The second Edition subtitled “See Gobbe” began in 2017 with 14 housemates and ran for 77 days. From 22 January 2017 – 9 April 2017. This was 11 years after the first season aired.
After emerging the winner of BBnaija Season two, Efe Ejeba went on to become a rapper and singer. His first music debut single was released the same year he emerged winner of BBnaija and is titled “Based On Logistics”. He has written and released several other musics and has performed with some of the top Nigerian musicians including Olamide and Ice Prince.
Meet All The Past Winners Of Bbnaija

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Miracle Ikechukwu Igbokwe – Winner of BBnaija 2018 (Season 3)
The season 3 of the Big Brother Naija reality show was subtitled “Double Wahala” and was won by Miracle Ikechukwu Igbokwe from Imo, Nigeria. After he defeated 19 other housemates to eventually become the winner.
The reality show lasted for 85 days, from 28 January 2018 to 22 April 2018. An ex-housemates Ebuka Obi Uchendu from season one was the host.
Miracle Igbokwe will go on to fulfill his dream to become an instrument-rated pilot.
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Mercy Eke – Winner Of BBnaija 2019 (Season 4)
The season 4 of the reality show had the BBnaija house moved from South Africa to Lagos, Nigeria. Launched on 30 June 2019. It was titled “Pepper Dem”. Ex housemate Ebuka Obi Uchendu continued to be the host.
Mercy Eke was crowned the winner for season four of the Big Brother Naija reality tv show after the eviction of 25 other housemates. She left with a cash prize of N60 million and was the first female to have won the show.
After Emerging winner, Mercy Eke went on to become an entrepreneur, ambassador for various brands, and an actress. She featured in the Nollywood movie “Fate of Alakada”.
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Olamilekan Moshood Agbeleshe (Laycon) – Winner Bbnaija 2020 (Season 5)
Olamilekan Moshood Agbeleshe popularly known as Laycon was the winner of Big Brother Naija season 5. Launched July 2020 the show was titled “Bbnaija: Lockdown”. The prize for the 2020 edition was N85 million.
Laycon is from Ogun State, Nigeria. He is a graduate of Philosophy from the University of Lagos. Before he got into the BBnaija house, he was a rapper and songwriter. According to him, one of the reasons he applied to contest on the show was to promote his music career.
He was eventually declared the winner on the 27 September, 2020 with 60% of the votes.
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Hazel Oyeye Onou (Whitemoney) – Winner BBnaija 2021 (season 6)
Hazel Oyeye Onou known as Whitemoney was the winner of the big brother naija
season 6 reality tv show. The season 6 was subtitled “Shine Ya Eye” and ended on Sunday October 3rd 2021, with Whitemoney emerging as the winner.
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Nigerian actor and social media commentator, Uche Maduagwu on Saturday, dramatically demanded justice for late student of Dowen College, Sylvester Oromoni jnr.

The controversial critic stormed a market place and created a scene as he warned the management of Dowen College that he would pay them a visit.

The death of Sylvester Oromoni Jnr, has sparked agitations from Nigerian celebrities, as they demand justice for the child.
A Twitter user @perrisonoromoni, who claimed to be the boy’s cousin, said that Oromoni was beaten by fellow students for refusing to join cult.

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However, in a statement on Wednesday, the school denied all allegations stating that Oromoni was neither bullied nor beaten but only complained of hip pain after playing football.

In a video making rounds online, Maduagwu had bra’s strapped all around his body and in his a hand as he jumped around saying; ”Justice for Sylvester, Dowen College I am coming with my bra”

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Nigerian gay rights activist, Bisi Alimi took to his Instastoies to share his thoughts on the Nigerian music industry.

According to him, 80% of Nigerian music are noisy, meaningless, and toxic. The gay rights activist inferred that the quality of music is why Nigerians are ”noisy, meaningless and toxic.”

According to him, the remaining 20% of meaningful music do not interest Nigerians because they are not “emotionally intelligent to appreciate good music.”

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LIONEL MESSI’S week may be going from boom to doom after his £26m hotel was reportedly ordered to be demolished.

Paris Saint-Germain’s Argentine legend was celebrating on Monday when he lifted the Ballon d’Or for an incredible seventh time.

Now the £650,000-a-week striker could be set to take a hit as the 77-bedroom hotel he owns was found not to meet city standards.

Messi’s four-star ‘MiM Sitges’ is located not far from the private estate he lived on during his days in Barcelona and was one of his favourite places to visit.

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According to El Confidencial, a court order for the demolition of the property is currently pending.

And they even approached Messi’s camp for comment, but neither he nor his team decided to speak on the matter.

Messi, who owns hotels in Ibiza and Majorca with the Majestic Hotel Group, spent £26m on the Hotel MiM Sitges, which sits just over 100 feet from the sea, back in 2017.

However, the fresh report states that he did so without knowing that Sitges Town Hall had already ordered its demolition due to its non-compliance with building codes.

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