The keenly contested show, which commenced on 23 April, saw over 10,000 auditioners whittled down to 29 contestants, further trimmed to the top 10 contenders.
After eight highly competitive weeks, Victory Gbakara has been announced as the winner of the eighth edition of Nigerian Idol.
The keenly contested show, which commenced on DStv and GOtv on 23 April, has seen over 10,000 auditioners whittled down to 29 contestants, further trimmed to the top 10 contenders.
The winner just received the coveted grand prize – including N35m cash, a brand new SUV, one Bigi Refrigerator and one year’s supply of Bigi soft drink, an all-expense paid trip courtesy Tecno, a music record deal by a reputable label that will include a video shoot, one year supply of WAW detergent, and a fully installed DStv Explora with one year of Premium subscription.
Victory will join the elite group of winners that have emerged since the show’s return in 2021. He will now be considered peers with talented alums, Kingdom Kroseide, who took on the title in 2021 and Progress Chukwuyem, who won in 2022.