By Williams Anuku, Abuja
Hazel Oyeze Onou popularly known as White money has emerged winner of the sixth season of Nigeria’s leading reality TV show, Big Brother Naija, Shine Ya Eye edition.
Whitemoney is a Nigerian businessman, comedian, musician, actor, and now Reality TV Star. He clinched the 90 million prize with Liquorose as his first runner-up.
The prize is inclusive of N30million cash, an Innoson Motors SUV, two bedroom apartment courtesy Revolution
Plus, two all expense paid trips to Dubai, cash in Abeg and Patricia wallets and lots of other mouthwatering side gifts.
The evening kicked off with a live show finale where guests watched a fashion show courtesy Darling. DJ Sose was also on hand with music to set off the evening.
Toke Makinwa was equally on ground as first host of the evening, speaking with guests and fans at the show finale.
Made Kuti took over with a scintillating live performance as Ebuka then made his first appearance of the evening with all the other evicted housemates.
Big Brother equally made his final audio appearance of the evening when he congratulated the six remaining housemates for coming so far.
He hailed the housemates individually and told them the dawn of their time as stars was upon them.
Housemate, Emmanuel, whom Big Brother described as Mr Africa was the first of the six to be evicted.
The second eviction of the evening was Angel, Big Brother’s hot girl.
Avala was next with a fiercesome performance.
Cross, was the next to be evicted. Referred to by Big Brother as the life of the party, the much talked about housemate was one hand were sad to see go.
“Energy gad’, Do2tun amped up the live audience with witty remarks and constant hypes.
The fourth eviction of the evening was Pere whom many in the audience seemed happy to let go. A wildcard turned finalist Pere was the in house military officer… of sorts.
Fifth season BBNAIJA winner, Olamilekan Agbelesebioba ‘Laycon’ took the stand next to dazzle fans of the show with his music.
Speaking on the entertainment value of the show, Multichoice Nigeria CEO, John Ugbe stated that the numbers don’t lie, and based on the numbers, entertainment was at its peak. He added that the number of jobs the show creates is a clear indication that the show remains relevant and is a fan favorite.
As is tradition, votes were this year confirmed by Deloitte.
Other performances of the evening include Ajebo Hustlers.
The sixth edition of BBNaija was sponsored by Abeg with Patricia as associate sponsors.