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BBNaija 2020: Who Will Go Home With N85m Grand Prize Today?

As the Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) 2020 edition titled: Lockdown will be coming to an end in a few hours from now, the question to ask is, who will be going home with the grand prize of $100,000 USD equivalent to N85 million naira.

Here is the profile of the top five (5) contestants; 

Laycon

Olamilekan “Laycon” Agbeleshe is a 26-year-old singer and rapper from Lagos. He’s a graduate of philosophy from the University of Lagos who started his musical journey at an early age and has now emerged as one of Nigeria’s most promising new school acts. He describes himself as being versatile and able to coin words together to soothe scenarios and moods.

What new habit or skill did you acquire during lockdown? I acquired the habit of singing and reading my bible.

What are your words to live by? Facts don’t care about your feelings.

What’s your biggest achievement? I’d say having my song ‘Fierce’ on MTV BASE Top ten charts for six months, still tops every other thing I have done.

Nengi

Rebecca “Nengi” Hampson (22) is an entrepreneur from Bayelsa State, Nigeria. She is a former model and MBGN Top 5 contestant who loves learning new things, having fun, travelling, taking on new adventures, and being true to herself. Nengi, as she prefers to be called, studied communications at the University of Port Harcourt and is a proud Capricorn. She proclaims: “If you want the job done right, give it to a Capricorn. I give 110% of my energy and enthusiasm into everything I do.”

What new habit or skill did you acquire during lockdown? The ability to talk to myself and enjoy the conversation.

What are your words to live by? Live and let live.

What is your biggest achievement? Getting my BSc. So many times, I could have dropped out, but I persevered.

Neo

Emuobonuvie “Neo” Akpofure (26), popularly referred to as Neo, is a ride-hailing app driver and a Delta State native. Although he describes himself as fun, tolerant, loving and smart, he won’t hesitate to be Indaboski Bahose when it comes to issues concerning bullying and inequality.

What new habit or skill did you acquire during lockdown? Sketching.

What are your words to live by? To always remain grateful, knowing that God is greater than my ups and downs. Since I no spoil person own, no body fit spoil my own.

What is your biggest achievement? I won N 500 000 from a talent competition.

Dorathy

Dorathy Bachor is a 24-year-old entrepreneur from Lagos. She believes she is the only one who should make you smile. Her sassiness will definitely prove to be an asset in Biggie’s house.

What new habit or skill did you acquire during lockdown? I can sleep for more than four hours. I also discovered the ability to adjust to a new environment quickly.

What are your words to live by? Never let anyone see that they get to you.

What’s your biggest achievement? SHOPFORME – the biggest procurement company in Nigeria … Amen.

Vee

Victoria “Vee” Adeyele (23) is a musician based in Lagos, Nigeria. Vee, as she is affectionately known, was born and raised in London and moved to Lagos almost a year ago to begin her music career where she has already made great strides.

What new habit or skill did you acquire during lockdown? Definitely sleeping for hours on end.

What are your words to live by? Live every day like it is your last.

What is your biggest achievement? Performing at the Palmwine Music Festival last year.

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