Miracle, a pilot by profession, on Sunday emerged the winner of the 2018 edition of the reality TV show, Big Brother Naija, which started since January 28, with 20 housemates.
Miracle will be going home with N45million, a brand new SUV and other prices.
The Big Brother Naija five finalists are Miracle, Cee-C, Tobi, Alex and Nina
According to the percentage scores by each of the BB Naija final contestants, Miracle had 38.18%, Cee-C 28.04%, Tobi 22-54%, Alex 7.07% and Nina 4. 18%
Miracle, has been a lucky one in the contest as he won many of awards put up. He emerged winner of the BigBrotherNaija (Double Wahala) final wager challenge.
The lucky Big Brother Naija housemate had earlier emerged winner of the season’s Payporte arena games challenge with a prize of N1 million.
He also won the Pepsi Challenge carting away the sum of 1 million naira.
Miracle was again lucky to have won N200,000 wager allowance after picking the box tagged number two.
Miracle won the cash in a contest with seven other Big Brother Naija housemates.
They were all instructed by Big Brother to pick a box each labelled 1- 10.
Big Brother, who presented the wager challenge as the simplest of the season, presented housemates with 10 suitcases with gift items in each of the boxes.
Big Brother said one of the suitcases contained a cash reward and instructed housemates not to pick the suitcase containing the cash reward.
He said if any of the housemates picked the suitcase containing the cash reward the housemate wins the cash reward but the house loses the wager.
Housemates were given two minutes to pick and open a box of their choice using the pin code 777.
Miracle picked the box labelled number 2, which contained the money.
Meanwhile, former vice president, Atiku Abubakar has reacted to Miracle’s emergence as winner of BB Naija 2018 edition.
He wrote on Twitter, “Congratulations to Miracle, winner of #BBNaija. Miracle is proof that Nigerian youths are hardworking, innovative and creative.
“Congratulations to Miracle, winner of #BBNaija. Miracle is proof that Nigerian youths are hardworking, innovative and creative.”