BBNaija:  Ilebaye says life hasn’t been easy as “All Stars” winnerIlebaye hasn’t stopped enjoying her win from the just finished “All stars” season of Big Brother Naija.

    Ilebaye emerged victorious over her fierce competitor, Mercy Eke, to secure the N120 million top prize.

    The reality TV star from Kogi State, who was born in Lagos, recently attended a “meet and greet” event held in honor of her fellow BBNaija “All-Stars” housemates. The digital financial services provider, Moniepoint Inc., described the event as “stressful,” but she also said that “it’s been all love and light from my fans.”

    She claims that becoming the youngest millionaire and a winner after leaving the BBNaija house hasn’t made life simple for her or any other celebrity.

    “Everywhere, but especially in the media circles, it’s been tough on social media. I’ve not witnessed hate. My fans will drag you back if you drag me. She remarked, “I’m attempting to acclimate to this new me and I’m focusing on improving myself.


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    After exiting the show, the former housemates talked about their experiences using Moniepoint’s services on their personal and business banking platforms.

    Tobi Amira, the company’s Senior Vice President, Business Loans and Salary Advance, welcomed the BBNaija All Stars contingent to his office on Lagos Island and gave the housemates a quick introduction to Moniepoint.

    As one of the top fintech companies in Africa, we recognized opportunities for collaboration, which inspired us to support this season of Big Brother Nigeria—unquestionably one of the continent’s most significant works of reality and entertainment. As we intensify our efforts to support the dreams of both individuals and businesses, we are enthusiastic about what lies ahead.

    A number of the housemates, including Cynthia “Cee-C” Nwadiora, Ikechukwu “Cross” Okonkwo, Chukwuemeka “Frodd” Okoye, Season Six winner Hazel “Whitemoney” Oyeze, Seyi Awolowo, Doyinsola David, Ike Onyema, Somadina Anyama, and Prince Nelson, were among the housemates who traveled.

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